# BMS018 Various Artists THE BYG DEAL Tracklist
  1. Alice - Que Pouvons-Nous Faire Ensemble?
  2. Francois Wertheimer - L Automne mp3
  3. Brigitte Fontaine And Areski - Ca Va Faire Un Hit mp3
  4. Gong - Hip Hypnotise You
  5. Alan Jack - Ny Change Rien
  6. Couer Magique - Madmoiselle Marie mp3
  7. Valerie Lagrange - Si Ma Chanson Pouvait mp3
  8. Alpha Beta - Astral Abuse
  9. Jacques Barsamian - Rockers En Liberte
  10. Ame Son - Je Veux Justre Dire
  11. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - Rock Out
  12. Gong - Rational Anthem
  13. Freedom - Dirty Water
  14. Vangelis - Stuffed Tomato
  15. Ame Son - Eclosion (Marie Aux Quatre Vents)
  16. Paul Semama - Mon Petit Garcon
  17. Inter-Groupie Psychotherapeutic Elastic Band - Floating
  18. Banana Moon - All I Want Is Out Of Here
  19. Alice - Viens
  20. Couer Magique - Pacha
  21. Joachim And Rolf Kuhn - Bloody Rockers
  22. Gong - Mother Long Shanks (Oh Mother I Am Your Fantasy)

On paper a label like BYG shouldn't have worked. A collapsed business plan salvaged from the flames of a Molotov cocktail. A makeshift label built around second hand music, handshake deals, alter egos and backstabs after scratches; resulting in an unexpected explosion of positive and spiritual energy emerging from political turmoil in an unsympathetic era united and guided under a divine symbol - that was stolen as a marketing mascot from a plastic key-fob.

This is the untold story of the bloodline of a sprawling musical legacy that unites a freakish family of disparate, influential pop-cultural orphans and the estranged surrogate parent that lost-pop forgot it ever knew. Celluloid Records, Frank Zappa, Marmalade Records, Actuel magazine and the free press, the May 68 riots, the Tour Du France, Fellini, Magma, Blade Runner, Procul Harem, Charly Records, Serge Gainsbourg, Los Bravos, Saravah, The Pink Floyd, The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, Soft Machine, The Marquee Club, Hitler, Jesus, Aliens, Pot Headed Pixies and Elton John. Buddha smiles over all of them.

Between 1968 and 1974 the combination of B, Y and G might not have been the surefire code to financial fulfillment but the indelible contribution to experimental pop, free jazz, spiritual prog rock and Total Space Music would continue to send positive vibrations through future generations of progressive pop.