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Jérôme Langlois

Jérôme Langlois
Country
Canada
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Jérôme Langlois is a Canadian composer and pianist, member of the band Maneige.
Website
http://jeromelanglois.com
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Releases on file (6)
Jérôme Langlois — Live au FMPM 2006 + Themes Jérôme Langlois — Live au FMPM 2006 + Themes
(ProgQuébec MPM26, 2007, 2CD)
Jerome Langlois — Molignak Jerome Langlois — Molignak
(ProgQuébec MPM08, 2005, CD)
Maneige — Live Montreal 1974/1975 (Live à l'Évêché) Maneige — Live Montreal 1974/1975 (Live à l'Évêché)
(ProgQuébec MPM07, 1975/1998, CD)
Maneige — Maneige Maneige — Maneige
(ProgQuébec MPM24, 1975/2007, CD)
Maneige — Les Porches Maneige — Les Porches
(ProgQuébec MPM25, 1975/2007, CD)
Maneige — Les Porches Live Maneige — Les Porches Live
(ProgQuébec MPM15, 1975/2006, CD)

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