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Yochk'o Seffer

Yochk'o Seffer
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Hungary
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Yochk'o "Jeff" Seffer (born 1939 in Miskolc, Hungary) is a saxophonist who first came to attention as a member of Magma. His work is known to incorporate sounds from around the world.
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Yochk'o Seffer — From New York to Budapest Yochk'o Seffer — From New York to Budapest
(Great Winds GW3157, 2013, 2CD)
Yochk'o Seffer — Condor Yochk'o Seffer — Condor
(Musea Parallele MP 3210, 2009, 3CD)
Zao — Ethnic-3 Live Zao — Ethnic-3 Live
(Musea FGBG 4779.AR, 2009, CD)
Yochk'o Seffer — Magyar Etno Yochk'o Seffer — Magyar Etno
(Pannon Jazz PJ1028, 1997, CD)
Yochk'o Seffer — Pitchipoy Yochk'o Seffer — Pitchipoy
(Musea MP 3028.AR, 1997, CD)
Zao — Akhenaton Zao — Akhenaton
(Musea FGBG 4125.AR, 1994, CD)
Mestari — Mestari Mestari — Mestari
(Charlotte 590131, 1993, CD)
Yochk'o Seffer — Prototype Yochk'o Seffer — Prototype
(Kid 590 462, 1989, CD)
Various Artists — Enneade Various Artists — Enneade
(Musea FGBG 4005 AR, 1987/1990, CD)
John Greaves — Accident John Greaves — Accident
(Blueprint BP234CD, 1982/1997, CD)
Magma — Mythes et Légendes Vol.1 Magma — Mythes et Légendes Vol.1
(Seventh Records REX XIV, 1980/1985, CD)
Yochk'o Seffer / Neffesh Music — Ghilgoul Yochk'o Seffer / Neffesh Music — Ghilgoul
(Musea FGBG 4145.AR, 1978/1995, CD)
Magma — Inédits Magma — Inédits
(Celluloid LTM 1001, 1977, LP)
Zao — Kawana Zao — Kawana
(Musea FGBG 4039.AR, 1976/2001, CD)
Zao — Live! Zao — Live!
(Musea FGBG 4492.AR, 1976/2003, CD)
Speed Limit — Speed Limit Speed Limit — Speed Limit
(Belle Antique 071351, 1975/2007, CD)
George Jinda — The Wheel of Love George Jinda — The Wheel of Love
(Disques Motors MT 44051, 1975, LP)
Zao — Osiris Zao — Osiris
(Musea FGBG 4130.AR, 1974/1995, CD)
Speed Limit — Speed Limit Speed Limit — Speed Limit
(Belle Antique 071350, 1974/2007, CD)
Christian Vander — Christian Vander et les 3 Jef Christian Vander — Christian Vander et les 3 Jef
(PALM 6, 1973, LP)
Zao — Z=7L Zao — Z=7L
(Musea FGBG 4081 AR, 1973/1993, CD)
Magma — Concert 1971 Bruxelles - Théâtre 140 Magma — Concert 1971 Bruxelles - Théâtre 140
(Seventh Records AKT VIII, 1971/1996, 2CD)

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