Boomkat Product Review:
Trunk stump up Roger Webb’s extra musty, swinging symphonic soundtrack to Val Guest’s tawdry looking 1972 sexploitation flick starring Corrie’s Johnny Briggs
‘Au Pair Girls’ harks to the era of wink wink, nudge nudge and all that creepy shite, and is the kind of stuff that used to crop up your granddad’s trews as well as, inexplicably, Channel 5 programming late at night and deep into the ‘00s. The soundtrack’s genuinely funky jazz bits and striking cues are surely the only good thing associated with the film and smug boomer era.
“They come from here, they come from there....Au Pair....with swinging hips and swinging hair....Au Pair. Hell yeah! Au Pair!!! Brilliant unreleased easy, cheesy, groovy and swinging' soundtrack to the "sex comedy" starring Gabrielle Drake, Richard O"Sullivan, Me Me Lay and all sorts of other people. Brilliant.”