EHB aka Emmanuel Hubaut is a French musician, formerly with the bands Les Tétines Noires, Dead Sexy Inc, and Post Gods. Also known for his many collaborations with musicians, poets and artists. Here I aided his collaboration with Louis Armstrong (via a drop-in from "It Takes Two to Tango").
Norwegian artist Susanna Wallumrød’s album Garden of Earthly Delights (with her group the Brotherhood of Our Lady) featured musical interpretations of the surreal medieval paintings of Hieronymous Bosch.
Vocals & machines, Christophe Demarthe. Guitars, Nicolas Demarthe. Voices on "L'œil de chat", Félicia Atkinson & Léa Lescure
The song is somehow inspired by "Histoire de l'œil," a short novel by Georges Bataille, first published clandestinely in 1928 under the pseudonym of Lord Auch due to its "perversity."
Mort Garson wrote the music for this film by experimental director Skip Sherwood, notable for being one of the earliest screen appearances by a young Gary Busey, Didn’t You Hear? also boasts one of the first-ever all-electronic movie scores.
The score was first released in 1970. Originally available only in the lobby of the theater at screenings of the movie in Seattle, the soundtrack LP went out of print shortly after the film's release. It has been a sought-after record for collectors of Mort Garson and early electronic music ever since. Sacred Bones reissued a remastered version after 50 years.