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Emmanuel Borghi

Emmanuel Borghi
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France
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Emmanuel Borghi is a French jazz pianist known for his membership in One Shot and Magma and association with various other Christian Vander projects.
Website
http://myspace.com/manuborghijazz
Related articles (15)
Releases on file (19)
SLuG — Namekuji SLuG — Namekuji
(Signature / Radio France, 2012, DL)
One Shot — Live in Tokyo One Shot — Live in Tokyo
(Soleil Zeuhl 29, 2011, CD)
Magma — Ëmëhntëhtt-Ré Magma — Ëmëhntëhtt-Ré
(Seventh Records A XXXV, 2009, CD+DVD)
SLuG — Speed and Joy SLuG — Speed and Joy
(Off 900.0441.322, 2009, CD)
One Shot — Dark Shot One Shot — Dark Shot
(Le Triton TRI-08515, 2008, CD+DVD)
One Shot — Ewaz Vader One Shot — Ewaz Vader
(Le Triton TRI-06512, 2006, CD)
Magma — Mythes et Légendes 1 Magma — Mythes et Légendes 1
(Seventh Records VD4, 2005/2006, DVD)
One Shot — Vendredi 13 One Shot — Vendredi 13
(Soleil Zeuhl 06, 2001, CD)
Christian Vander Quartet — Au Sunset Christian Vander Quartet — Au Sunset
(Seventh Records A XXVIII, 1999, CD)
One Shot — One Shot One Shot — One Shot
(Soleil Zeuhl 25, 1999/2010, CD)
Magma — Flöë Ëssi / Ëktah Magma — Flöë Ëssi / Ëktah
(Seventh Records SRA A26, 1998, CD)
Emmanuel Borghi — Anecdotes Emmanuel Borghi — Anecdotes
(Seventh Records A XXII, 1996, CD)
Christian Vander / Simon Goubert — Welcome Christian Vander / Simon Goubert — Welcome
(Seventh Records A XIX, 1996, CD)
Christian Vander Trio — 65! Christian Vander Trio — 65!
(Seventh Records A X, 1993, CD)
Christian Vander / Offering — A Fiièh Christian Vander / Offering — A Fiièh
(Seventh Records A IX, 1993, CD)
Simon Goubert — Couleurs de Peaux Simon Goubert — Couleurs de Peaux
(Seventh Records A XII, 1993, CD)
Stella Vander — D'Épreuves d'Amour Stella Vander — D'Épreuves d'Amour
(Seventh Records A VIII, 1991, CD)
Christian Vander — Offering III-IV Christian Vander — Offering III-IV
(Seventh Records AV-AVI, 1990, CD)
Christian Vander Trio — Jour après Jour Christian Vander Trio — Jour après Jour
(Seventh Records A IV, 1989, CD)

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