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Lazuli

Lazuli
Country
France
Profile
Lazuli is a French progressive rock band, formed in Southern France in 1998 by Claude and Dominique Leonetti. A number of other members have been through the band, playing a wide variety of instruments.
Website
http://www.lazuli-music.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (7)
Lazuli — Nos Âmes Saoules Lazuli — Nos Âmes Saoules
(Eclats BZZ038, 2016, CD)
Lazuli — Tant Que l'Herbe Est Grasse Lazuli — Tant Que l'Herbe Est Grasse
(Eclats BZZ037, 2014, CD)
Lazuli — 4603 Battements Lazuli — 4603 Battements
(Eclats BZZ035, 2011, CD)
Lazuli — Réponse Incongrue à l'Inéluctable Lazuli — Réponse Incongrue à l'Inéluctable
(Eclats bzz033, 2009, CD)
Lazuli — Amnésie Lazuli — Amnésie
(Musea FGBG 4694.AR, 2006, CD)
Lazuli — En Avant Doute Lazuli — En Avant Doute
(Musea FGBG 4660 AR, 2006, CD+DVD)
Lazuli — Lazuli Lazuli — Lazuli
((Not on label) no#, 1999, CD)

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