Pierre Bachelet  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Pierre Bachelet (May 25, 1944 - February 15, 2005) was a French singer and composer best-known for his contributions to the first Emmanuelle film (1974) and his ode to blaxploitation, OK Chicago (1974), complete with an opening salvo of gun shots, similar to one found in many a reggae songs.

His songs from the film Emmanuelle called Emmanuelle In The Mirror and Theme From Emmanuelle have been sampled in the Lily Allen single Littlest Things, released in December 2006.

Japanese pop music dynamo Takako Minekawa is known to be a fan of Bachelet.

Bachelet died of cancer.

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