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Jean-Luc Chevalier

Jean-Luc Chevalier
Country
France
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Jean-Luc Chevalier is a French guitarist best known for his stint in Magma (roughly 1978 - 1984).
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Releases on file (12)
Magma — Mythes et Légendes 1 Magma — Mythes et Légendes 1
(Seventh Records VD4, 2005/2006, DVD)
Jean-Luc Chevalier — Hommage à Jaco Jean-Luc Chevalier — Hommage à Jaco
(Seventh Records A XXI, 1996, CD)
Jean-Luc Chevalier — Km 5 à Bangui Jean-Luc Chevalier — Km 5 à Bangui
(Seventh Records A XII, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Enneade Various Artists — Enneade
(Musea FGBG 4005 AR, 1987/1990, CD)
Jean-Luc Chevalier — Jean-Luc Chevalier (AKA Dromadaire) Jean-Luc Chevalier — Jean-Luc Chevalier (AKA Dromadaire)
(Cryonic AD 3013, 1985, CD)
Magma — Merci Magma — Merci
(Seventh Records 274 1708, 1984/2009, CD)
Magma — Concert - Bobino 1981 Magma — Concert - Bobino 1981
(Seventh Records AKT V, 1981/1995, 2CD)
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)
Magma — Bourges 1979 Magma — Bourges 1979
(Seventh Records AKT XV, 1979/2020, 2CD)
Magma — Attahk Magma — Attahk
(Tomato TOM-7021, 1978, LP)

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