Live in Paris & Ottawa 1968 is a posthumous live album by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, released on September 5, 2008 by Dagger Records. The album contains songs from the band's performances at the Olympia Theatre in Paris, France on 29 January 1968 and the Capitol Theatre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on March 19, 1968.
…Originally released in 1968, the now impossible to find self titled album by Les Fleurs De Pavot is considered as the first psychedelic/hippie record from France. A veil of mystery surrounded the real origins of the band at the time… according to their press release, they were formed by a couple of hippies, Groovy Pat from London and Jesus from San Francisco who met at some Soft Machine shows in Paris… the reality was more unglamorous: Les Fleurs De Pavot were in fact a twist band called Bourgeois De Calais, transformed into exploitation acid-eater hippies by their manager JP Rawson…
"The Visionary Tradition in Architecture" - George R. Collins; "The New Visionaries" - Arthur Rosenblatt; "The Museum in the Park" - Jay E. Cantor; "Kafka on the Municipal Badminton Court" - James Delihas; "The Museum as the City's Aesthetic Conscience" - Barbara Y. Newsom; "Chess: East and West, Past and Present" - Charles K. Wilkinson; "Painting in France" - Claus Virch
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Jean Boudot; Centre de recherche et d'étude pour la diffusion du français (Saint-Cloud, Hauts-de-Seine).