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Hopi Mesa

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Hopi Mesa
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Label handling music from René Aubry, Jean Philippe Goude, Henry Torgue, and Serge Houppin.
Releases on file (2)
Jean-Philippe Goude — De Anima Jean-Philippe Goude — De Anima
(Hopi Mesa 452025, 1992, CD)
Jean-Philippe Goude — Ainsi de Nous Jean-Philippe Goude — Ainsi de Nous
(Hopi Mesa 852504, 1994, CD)

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