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  1. An alias of Bernard Fevre.

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  3. Dominique Guiot released three albums between 1978 and 1986: L'Univers De La Mer (1978), La Dame A La Licorne (1983) and Sports Et…

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  6. Film and Television composer active in Germany since the 1960s.

    His works include the music for the TV movie Order of the prodigies (1963), Earl…

  7. Musician and producer from France.

  8. Walt Rockman (sometimes listed as W. Rockman) is one of many aliases of Austrian library musician Gerhard Narholz.

  9. Teddy Lasry used to play sax in Magma but after abandoning the band he switched to synthesizers releasing a lot of electronic music albums, many…

  10. Claude Larson is the pseudonym of the German electronic musician Klaus Netzle. He was born on April 26, 1926 in Munich and studied composition and…

  11. French electronic musician, active mainly during the 1970's

    a tribute myspace page (in french only)

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  13. The music of James Daniel Emmanuel, known as J.D. Emmanuel.
    Influenced by the organ works of Terry Riley and the kosmische school of Krautrock,…

  14. This fabulous Morricone-esque library rarity (issued on the Leo label) is plainly the template for the turn Stereolab would take circa Dots And…

  15. Selected Sound recording artist producing primarily library music. Formed Niagara in 1971.

    Born on February 17, 1942 in Gevelsberg, during the late…

  16. See also Joel Vandroogenbroeck.

  17. Patrice Sciortino was born in Paris the 26th July 1922. His Father, Edouard Sciortino, a composer and student of Vincent d'Indy, taught Gregorian…

  18. ADELBERT VON DEYEN is a relatively obscure electronic artist whose style is very similar to the famed KLAUS SCHULZE, even down to the album…

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