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Bernard Paganotti

Bernard Paganotti
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France
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Bernard Paganotti (born 20 January, 1950 in Oran, Algeria) is a French bassist and composer, member of Magma, Weidorje, and his own band Paga. Paganotti had played with Christian Vander in the 60s, and when Jannick Top left Magma in 1973, Vander invited Paganotti to take his place, a role he filled until 1976, when he and Patrick Gauthier left to form Weidorje. He formed Paga in 1984, and has worked as a guest with many other musicians, including many associated with Magma.
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http://www.myspace.com/paganotti‎
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Patrick Gauthier — Clinamens Patrick Gauthier — Clinamens
(Arcangelo RC-1168, 2016, CD)
Chardeau — Hors Portée Highlight/Instrumental Chardeau — Hors Portée Highlight/Instrumental
(L Records LR0501/LR0502, 2005, CD)
Christian Vander — Korusz Christian Vander — Korusz
(AKT XIV, 2000, 2CD)
Serah — Senegal Moon Serah — Senegal Moon
(Great Northern Arts , 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Supernatural Fairy Tales Various Artists — Supernatural Fairy Tales
(Rhino Records R2 72451, 1996, 5CD)
Paga Group — Gnosis Paga Group — Gnosis
(BLCD 013, 1993, CD)
Lydia Domancich — Au Delà des Limites Lydia Domancich — Au Delà des Limites
(Too Much 3 TMR 302, 1991, CD)
Various Artists — Enneade Various Artists — Enneade
(Musea FGBG 4005 AR, 1987/1990, CD)
Bernard Paganotti — Paga Bernard Paganotti — Paga
(Columbia COL 468441 2, 1985/1991, CD)
Richard Pinhas — Rhizosphere / Live, Paris 1982 Richard Pinhas — Rhizosphere / Live, Paris 1982
(Cuneiform Rune 61, 1982/1994, CD)
Patrick Gauthier — Bébé Godzilla Patrick Gauthier — Bébé Godzilla
(Seventh Records REX XVIII, 1981/1994, CD)
Magma — Retrospektïw I & II Magma — Retrospektïw I & II
(Seventh Records REX XVI-XVII, 1981/1994, 2CD)
Magma — Retrospektïw III Magma — Retrospektïw III
(Seventh Records REX XV, 1981/1992, CD)
Magma — Mythes et Légendes Vol.1 Magma — Mythes et Légendes Vol.1
(Seventh Records REX XIV, 1980/1985, CD)
Jean-Philippe Goude — Drones Jean-Philippe Goude — Drones
(Musea FGBG 4102.AR, 1979/1994, CD)
Weidorje — Weidorje Weidorje — Weidorje
(Musea FGBG 4058.AR, 1978/1992, CD)
Magma — Inédits Magma — Inédits
(Celluloid LTM 1001, 1977, LP)
Magma — Mekanïk Zeuhl Wortz Magma — Mekanïk Zeuhl Wortz
(KISS 30, 1976/1994, 2CD)
Magma — Theusz Hamtaahk - Premier Mouvement Magma — Theusz Hamtaahk - Premier Mouvement
(KISS 11, 1976/1992, CD)
Magma — Üdü Wüdü Magma — Üdü Wüdü
(RCA Victor FPL1-7332, 1976, LP)
Magma — Live (Hhaï) Magma — Live (Hhaï)
(Seventh Records REX X-XI, 1975/2012, 2LP)
Magma — Théâtre du Taur - Concert 1975 - Toulouse Magma — Théâtre du Taur - Concert 1975 - Toulouse
(Seventh Records AKT IV, 1975/1996, 2CD)

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