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Officer!

Officer!

Officer!


Mick Hobbs and a loose list of guests including Felix Fiedorowicz, Andy Bole, Catherine Jauniaux, Tom Cora, Zeena Parkins, Georgie Born, Daniel Koskowitz, Chris Cutler, Judy Carter, Terri Robson, Patrick Q. Wright and the rest of The Work (Bill Gilonis, Rick Wilson and Tim Hodgkinson) appears doing music from complex chamber-rock to Incredible String Band influenced folk. And all things between. Officer! was a french/english pop/jazz/electronic band in the mid to late 80's. Read more on Last.fm
Mick Hobbs and a loose list of guests including Felix Fiedorowicz, Andy Bole, Catherine Jauniaux, Tom Cora, Zeena Parkins, Georgie Born, Daniel Koskowitz, Chris Cutler, Judy Carter, Terri Robson, Patrick Q. Wright and the rest of The Work (Bill Gilonis, Rick Wilson and Tim Hodgkinson) appears doing music from complex chamber-rock to Incredible String Band influenced folk. And all things between. Officer! was a french/english pop/jazz/electronic band in the mid to late 80's. They were quite unusual in the fact that they incorporated a couple orchestral instruments like the bassoon, cello, viola and harp in their instrument line up.

These instruments were certainly not typical of an experimental band, nonetheless the band being members of the underground music scene blooming at this time. They have released approximately 5 or more albums. Ossification (which basically means bone tissue formation) might be their first album. It was recorded and released by Ayaa in 1984. Members: Antoine Gindt, Bill Gilonis, Claudia Schmid, Daniel Koskowitz, Felix Fiedorowicz, Keisuke Matsui, Marie-Jeanne, Mick Hobbs, Patrick Q-Wright Read more on Last.fm.

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