Taken from the soundtrack to Gérard Pirès’ 1969 French-Italian drama Erotissimo, this guitar-driven psych nugget has recently re-instated itself into my DJ sets. At a quick, no nonsense, 1 minute and 14 seconds the track rips through the PA at a propulsive clip. Excitissimo.

MP3: William Sheller :: Excitissimo

3 Responses to “William Sheller :: Excitissimo 7″ (France, 1969)”

  1. Wicked track…going to have to search this movie out

  2. Absolutley awesome track. Reminds me of Crime and Dissonance by Ennio Morricone.
    A great man indeed. You should check it out.

    H Fitz.

  3. […] Culled from the BYG vaults, I’ve had Coeur Magique’s slice of French psychedelia, “Mademoiselle Marie,” on deck for awhile now slated for an upcoming DJ set. Track two off the groups 1971 LP, Wakan Tanka the track exemplifies the substrain of heavy, guitar-driven, underground French psych blasting off at the time (see also: William Sheller’s “Exitissimo”). […]

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