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Michel Delville

Michel Delville
Country
Belgium
Profile
Michel Delville is a guitarist, writer, and teacher born in Liège, Belgium, in 1969. He is best known for his work as a member of The Wrong Object and Machine Mass.
Website
http://www.micheldelville.com
Related articles (10)
Releases on file (16)
The Wrong Object — Into the Herd The Wrong Object — Into the Herd
(Off-Record OCD043, 2019, CD)
The Wrong Object — Zappa Jawaka The Wrong Object — Zappa Jawaka
(Off-Record OCD042, 2019, CD)
Dominique Vantomme — Vegir Dominique Vantomme — Vegir
(Moonjune MJR090, 2018, CD)
Machine Mass — Plays Hendrix Machine Mass — Plays Hendrix
(Moonjune MJR, 2017, CD)
The Wrong Object — After the Exhibition The Wrong Object — After the Exhibition
(Moonjune MJR055, 2013, CD)
NichelOdeon — Bath Salts NichelOdeon — Bath Salts
(Lizard CD 0097, 2013, 2CD)
Machine Mass featuring Dave Liebman — Inti Machine Mass featuring Dave Liebman — Inti
(Moonjune MJR060, 2012, CD)
Doubt — Mercy, Pity, Peace & Love Doubt — Mercy, Pity, Peace & Love
(Moonjune MJR049, 2012, CD)
Machine Mass Trio — As Real as Thinking Machine Mass Trio — As Real as Thinking
(Moonjune MJR041, 2011, CD)
Doubt — Never Pet a Burning Dog Doubt — Never Pet a Burning Dog
(Moonjune MJR032, 2010, CD)
Alex Maguire Sextet — Brewed in Belgium Alex Maguire Sextet — Brewed in Belgium
(Moonjune MJR022, 2008, CD)
Trank Zappa Grappa in Varese? — More Light Trank Zappa Grappa in Varese? — More Light
(Fazul fm 0824, 2008, CD)
The Wrong Object — Stories from the Shed The Wrong Object — Stories from the Shed
(Moonjune MJR018, 2008, CD)
The Wrong Object — Platform One The Wrong Object — Platform One
(Jazzprint JPVP138CD, 2007, CD)
Elton Dean & the Wrong Object — The Unbelievable Truth Elton Dean & the Wrong Object — The Unbelievable Truth
(Moonjune MJR009, 2007, CD)
Elton Dean Quartet + Roswell Rudd — Rumours of an Incident Elton Dean Quartet + Roswell Rudd — Rumours of an Incident
(SLAMCD 223, 1997, CD)

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