This album was included in the 1971-74 box set, now remastered & released as a stand alone on Bureau B for the first time. Recorded in 1974, it was supposed to released on Richard Branson's Virgin label, but Branson didn’t pay the studio bill, and the album became lost. Later on the band scraped together the $ to pay the studio, but the masters were missing (and not found until years later).
I heard this while listening to Beyond the Beat Generation (great 24 hour streaming channel out of the Netherlands who play garage, mod, beat & psych from the 1960's). The title, according to Google translate which I don't totally trust for accuracy, means "Do you hear that guitar".
originally named the Majority, the band started in the UK in1965, released a bunch of Decca singles,, then moved to France in 1969 and renamed themselves Majority One. They recorded an album Rainbow Rocking Chair on Jolly records in 1971. On the compilation the band is listed as Majority Of One, but as far as I could find, they never went by that name.