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Pascal Duffard

Pascal Duffard

Pascal Duffard


PASCAL DUFFARD released just one album, 1976's "Dieu est Fou" ("God is Insane"). Sadly, there is little information readily available about the pianist-lyricist-composer, but the LP has become highly collectible. For this dramatic avant-zeuhlish rock operatic concept album -- which includes chanson and operatic vocals with a good dose of wackiness -- he worked with many respected session players (musicians and singers) from France; including a number of artists who had worked with MAGMA and ZAO. Read more on Last.fm
PASCAL DUFFARD released just one album, 1976's "Dieu est Fou" ("God is Insane"). Sadly, there is little information readily available about the pianist-lyricist-composer, but the LP has become highly collectible. For this dramatic avant-zeuhlish rock operatic concept album -- which includes chanson and operatic vocals with a good dose of wackiness -- he worked with many respected session players (musicians and singers) from France; including a number of artists who had worked with MAGMA and ZAO. Eighteen musicians contributed to the project, including Yochk'o Seffer and Mauricia Platon of ZAO, Francis Moze of MAGMA, as well as acclaimed trumpeter Pierre Thibaud.

In 1974 Pascal Duffard had collaborated with pop-artist Pascal Lami for the funky jazz single "L'amour a Trois". Like "Dieu est Fou", many session musicians were utilized for the recording. This included Francis Moze and Mauricia Platon who were to later work with Duffard on "Dieu est Fou". "Dieu est Fou" should thrill those that enjoy chanson infused jazzy Zeuhl-related avant rock operas. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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