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Boomkat Product Review:
In West Germany circa 1968, much like the rest of the Western world, cinema was in decline, correlating with the increase of TV ownership. Former film soundtrack composers like Peter Thomas found themselves crossing between the two mediums in search of a wage, ending up working for the Rialto Film production company who, in '68, decided to translate the ideas of Dutch sexologist Theodoor Hendrik Van Der Velde onto celluloid. They created two films, directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb, 'The Pefect Marriage' and 'Every Night Of The Week' one year later, both scored by Thomas. The score of the former was committed to vinyl for release in French-speaking Canada, and has since become one of the most sought after soundtracks in history. The music for both films ranges from ebullient funk pomp to tender moments of flute and harp interplay, generally avoiding anything remotely smutty, but hey, everyone's got their kinks, right? With Gerd Naumann's in depth sleeve notes and the priceless picture of a chuffed looking bloke groping a rather tripped out lass on a park bench, this is priceless lounge exotica of the highest order.