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Serge Bringolf

Serge Bringolf
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Serge Bringolf is a French drummer who, after years working with dance bands and theater companies, was inspired largely by Tony Williams, turned to jazz and rock in the late 70s and met musicians in England's Canterbury scene. In the early 80s he led a project called Strave with Alain Eckert.
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Serge Bringolf / Strave — Vision Serge Bringolf / Strave — Vision
(Soleil Zeuhl 35, 1981/2012, CD)
Serge Bringolf — Strave Serge Bringolf — Strave
(Soleil Zeuhl 27, 1980/2011, CD)

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