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Initials B.B is a 1968 album by Serge Gainsbourg. The album was recorded between 1965 and 1968, at three different London studios—except for "Bonnie and Clyde," which was recorded in Paris. The album was originally distributed by Philips Records. The French edition of Rolling Stone magazine named this album the 14th greatest French rock album (out of 100).

Track listing

| title1 = Initials B.B. | length1 = 3:36 | title2 = Comic Strip | length2 = 2:13 | title3 = Bloody Jack | length3 = 2:11 | title4 = Docteur Jekyll et Monsieur Hyde | length4 = 1:56 | title5 = Torrey Canyon | length5 = 2:43 | title6 = Shu Ba Du Ba Loo Ba | length6 = 2:08 | title7 = Ford Mustang | length7 = 2:41 | title8 = Bonnie and Clyde (With Brigitte Bardot) | length8 = 4:19 | title9 = Black and White | length9 = 2:10 | title10 = Qui Est «In» Qui Est «Out» | length10 = 2:14 | title11 = Hold Up | length11 = 2:20 | title12 = Marilu | length12 = 2:34 }}

Tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12 arranged and conducted by Arthur Greenslade; tracks 2, 5, 11 arranged and conducted by David Whitaker. Track 8 arranged and conducted by Michel Colombier. Background and duet vocals on 2, 3, 7 by Madeline Bell.

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