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Phaesis
Country
France
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Phaesis is a French progressive band, formed in 1982. Members are Dominique Vassart (guitar), Eric Herbillon (bass), Patrick Parmentier then Gautier Lombart (keyboards), and Rachid Tazibt then Hugues Masson (drums).
Website
http://phaesis.free.fr
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (3)
Phaesis — Puzzle Phaesis — Puzzle
(Musea Parallele MP 3047.AR, 2005, CD)
Phaesis — Labyrinthe Phaesis — Labyrinthe
(Musea Parallele MP 3008, 1991, CD)
Phaesis — Réminiscence Phaesis — Réminiscence
(Musea FGBG 4041.AR, 1989/1991, CD)

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