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Patrick Moraz

Patrick Moraz
Country
Switzerland
Profile
Patrick Philippe Moraz (born 24 June 1948) is a Swiss progressive rock keyboardist, best known as member of Mainhorse, Refugee, Yes, and The Moody Blues. He has also worked extensively composing music for films, and has released a number of solo albums.
Website
http://www.patrickmoraz.com
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Releases on file (22)
Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Tribute to Keith Emerson & Greg Lake Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Tribute to Keith Emerson & Greg Lake
(Cleopatra no#, 2020, CD / DL)
Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Prog Rock Christmas Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Prog Rock Christmas
(Cleopatra no#, 2019, CD / DL)
Various Artists — A Life in Yes - The Chris Squire Tribute Various Artists — A Life in Yes - The Chris Squire Tribute
(Purple Pyramid no#, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Billy Sherwood — Citizen Billy Sherwood — Citizen
(Frontiers Records FR CD 710, 2015, CD)
Tony Palkovic — Esoteric Tony Palkovic — Esoteric
(AP 2000, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — The Fox Lies Down - A Tribute to Genesis Various Artists — The Fox Lies Down - A Tribute to Genesis
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0287, 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Steinway to Heaven Various Artists — Steinway to Heaven
(Magna Carta MA-9011-2, 1996, CD)
Tim Morse — Yes Stories: Yes in Their Own Words Tim Morse — Yes Stories: Yes in Their Own Words
(St. Martin's Press 0-312-144, 1996, TPB)
Various Artists — Tales from Yesterday Various Artists — Tales from Yesterday
(Magna Carta MA-9003-2, 1995, CD)
The Moody Blues — Keys of the Kingdom The Moody Blues — Keys of the Kingdom
(Polydor 849-433-2, 1991, CD)
The Moody Blues — Sur la Mer The Moody Blues — Sur la Mer
(Polydor 835 756-2, 1988, CD)
The Moody Blues — The Other Side of Life The Moody Blues — The Other Side of Life
(Polydor POLD 5190, 1986, LP)
Patrick Moraz / Bill Bruford — Flags Patrick Moraz / Bill Bruford — Flags
(E.G. Records EGCD 63, 1985, CD)
Moraz / Bruford — Music for Piano and Drums Moraz / Bruford — Music for Piano and Drums
(Summerfold BB001CD, 1983/2004, CD)
The Moody Blues — The Present The Moody Blues — The Present
(Threshold TXS 140, 1983, LP)
The Moody Blues — Long Distance Voyager The Moody Blues — Long Distance Voyager
(Threshold TXS 139, 1980, LP)
Patrick Moraz — The Story of I Patrick Moraz — The Story of I
(Timewave IDVP003CD, 1976/2006, CD)
Steve Howe — Beginnings Steve Howe — Beginnings
(Atlantic 80319-2, 1975/1994, CD)
Chris Squire — Fish out of Water Chris Squire — Fish out of Water
(Wounded Bird WOU 8159, 1975/2007, CD)
Refugee — Refugee Refugee — Refugee
(Time Wave, 1974/2005, IDVP002CD)
Yes — Relayer Yes — Relayer
(Atlantic SD 18122, 1974, LP)
Mainhorse — Mainhorse Mainhorse — Mainhorse
(Time Wave IDVP001CD, 1971/2011, CD)

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