The "Jane Birkin Black & White 7" 45RPM PS Single Vinyl" is a unique collectible. Presented as a complimentary item with Black & White Scotch Whiskey, this 7" PS (picture sleeve) disc was a promotional giveaway by Desk & Field in collaboration with Philips. A piece of music memorabilia associated with the iconic Jane Birkin and the world of whiskey


High Resolution Photo #1 JANE BIRKIN - Black & White

Album Description & Collectors information:


This is a complementary 7" PS Disc which came with a bottle of "Black & White" whiskey. Giveaway label "Desk & Field" released this in conjunction with Philips

70s Pop, Chanson Francaise 
The album: "JANE BIRKIN - Black & White" was produced by: Pierre Bachelet, Herve Roy
Desk & Field
7" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record 
Complete Track-listing of the album "JANE BIRKIN - Black & White"

The detailed tracklist of this record " Black and White" is:

    Side A:
  1. Black and White (English Version)
    Side B:
  1. Black and White (French Version)
High Quality Photo Sleeve of "JANE BIRKIN - Black & White"
High Resolution Photo #1 JANE BIRKIN - Black & White  
Album Back Cover  Photo of "JANE BIRKIN - Black & White"
High Resolution Photo #2 JANE BIRKIN - Black & White  
Photo of "JANE BIRKIN - Black & White" 7" Side B
High Resolution Photo #3 JANE BIRKIN - Black & White  

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Charlotte and Serge Gainsbourg: A Dynamic Father-Daughter Duo and Their Enduring Cultural Legacy


Charlotte and Serge Gainsbourg are two of the most renowned and influential figures in the world of French music, cinema, and art. The father-daughter duo created a unique legacy that has left an indelible mark on French culture. Their contributions to the arts span several decades and continue to inspire new generations of artists.  

Serge Gainsbourg was born in 1928 in Paris, France. He was a prolific singer-songwriter, composer, actor, and filmmaker. His music was characterized by a unique fusion of genres, including chanson, pop, jazz, reggae, and rock. He was notorious for his controversial lyrics and provocative behavior, which often attracted both criticism and admiration. Throughout his career, he released over 20 studio albums and collaborated with numerous artists, such as Brigitte Bardot, Jane Birkin, and Vanessa Paradis.  

Charlotte Gainsbourg, Serge's daughter, was born in 1971 in London, England. She is an actress, singer, and filmmaker. Her acting career started in the early 1980s, and she quickly gained recognition for her performances in various French and English-language films. In 1984, she made her musical debut with the song "Lemon Incest," which was a duet with her father. She has since released several albums and collaborated with artists such as Beck, Air, and Jarvis Cocker.  

Charlotte and Serge's relationship was complex and often fraught with tension. Serge was notorious for his wild and sometimes self-destructive behavior, which sometimes put a strain on their relationship. However, they also shared a deep love and admiration for each other's work, and their collaborations were often the result of a profound artistic connection.  

One of their most famous collaborations was the song "Je t'aime... moi non plus." The song was originally written for Brigitte Bardot, who refused to record it. Serge then gave the song to Jane Birkin, who recorded it with him in 1969. The song's explicit lyrics and Birkin's orgasmic moans caused a sensation and were banned by several radio stations. The controversy surrounding the song only added to its popularity, and it has since become a classic of French music.  

Charlotte and Serge's collaborations were also marked by a deep emotional intensity. Their song "Charlotte For Ever" was written and performed by Serge for his daughter, and it explores the complex relationship between a father and his teenage daughter. The song was later turned into a film by Serge, which starred Charlotte in the lead role. The film was controversial and received mixed reviews, but it remains an essential part of their artistic legacy.  

Another collaboration between the two was the film "Jane B. par Agnès V.," which was directed by Agnès Varda and starred both Charlotte and Jane Birkin. The film is a playful and surreal exploration of femininity, fame, and identity, and it features several songs written and performed by Serge.  

Charlotte and Serge's work together demonstrates the power of art to bridge generational and cultural divides. Their collaborations brought together two different artistic sensibilities and created something new and exciting. Their work continues to inspire and influence artists across various genres and mediums.