What can I tell you about this album? Not much, I'm afraid, except that it's a first-rate album of rockin' guitar instrumentals. The selections range from big band standards (In the Mood) to R&B (I'm Walkin') to the U.K.'s Shadows (Shadoogie).
The album was issued in France, probably in the mid to late 1960s, under the name of Samuel Altonn and his orchestra. Whether Samuel Altonn actually exists is uncertain. There's no mention of him on the web other than this album and the LP cover shot looks suspiciously like a decapitated Chuck Berry. Still, the album was also released under another title with this cover, so maybe Altonn exists after all.
Among the songs on the album is something called Hamp's Boogie. The correct title is Hamp's Boogie Woogie, which Lionel Hampton recorded and had a hit with in 1944. Grab Samuel Altonn's version from the link below. The MP3 is from a cassette release of the album.
Altonn's LP hasn't been released in a digital format, but vinyl copies turn up from time to time at fairly reasonable prices on European auction sites. However, the postage to the U.S. and Canada more than doubles the price.
From YouTube here's Lionel Hampton's recording of Hamp's Boogie Woogie.