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Francis Lockwood / Volkor

Francis Lockwood / Volkor
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Francis Lockwood is a French keyboard player who works mainly in jazz. In addition to leading his own projects, he has worked extensively with his brother, violinist Didier Lockwood. Due to contractual difficulties, some of his material was released using the name Volkor.
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Volkor (Lockwood) — Jazz Rock / Debbi Volkor (Lockwood) — Jazz Rock / Debbi
(Musea FGBG 4197.AR, 1981/1996, CD)
Didier Lockwood — New World Didier Lockwood — New World
(Polydor 821 880-2, 1979/1990, CD)
Didier Lockwood — Surya Didier Lockwood — Surya
(Belle Antique 132186, 1979/2013, CD)
Visitors — Visitors Visitors — Visitors
(Musea FGBG 4106.AR, 1974/1994, CD)

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