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Simon Goubert

Simon Goubert
Country
France
Profile
Born 1960 in Rennes, France, Simon Goubert started to play the piano at the age of 3 before switching over to drums. He studied percussion at the Rennes music academy and the Versailles music academy, where he also studied harmony.
Website
http://simongoubert.com
Related articles (10)
Releases on file (14)
Simon Goubert — Nous Verrons... Simon Goubert — Nous Verrons...
(Seventh Records , 2019, CD)
Magma — Zëss - Le Jour du Néant Magma — Zëss - Le Jour du Néant
(Seventh Records A40, 2019, CD)
Sophia Domancich & Simon Goubert — You Don't Know What Love Is Sophia Domancich & Simon Goubert — You Don't Know What Love Is
(Cristal CRCD0701, 2007, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Volume 7 - Soft Boundaries Hugh Hopper — Volume 7 - Soft Boundaries
(Gonzo Multimedia HST249CD, 2005/2015, CD)
Stella Vander — Le Coeur Allant Vers Stella Vander — Le Coeur Allant Vers
(Ex-Tension EX03, 2004, CD)
Soft Bounds — Live at Le Triton 2004 Soft Bounds — Live at Le Triton 2004
(Le Triton TRI-05511, 2004/2005, CD)
Simon Goubert — Le Phare des Pierres Noires Simon Goubert — Le Phare des Pierres Noires
(Seventh Records A XXV, 1998, CD)
Christian Vander / Simon Goubert — Welcome Christian Vander / Simon Goubert — Welcome
(Seventh Records A XIX, 1996, CD)
Simon Goubert — L'Encierro Simon Goubert — L'Encierro
(Seventh Records A XVIII, 1995, CD)
Simon Goubert — Couleurs de Peaux Simon Goubert — Couleurs de Peaux
(Seventh Records A XII, 1993, CD)
Magma —  Magma — "Les Voix" - Concert 1992 Douarnenez
(Seventh Records AKT I, 1992, CD)
Simon Goubert — Haïti Simon Goubert — Haïti
(Seventh Records A VII, 1991, CD)
Christian Vander — Offering I - II Christian Vander — Offering I - II
(Seventh Records AI/AII, 1986/1988, CD)
Magma — Merci Magma — Merci
(Seventh Records 274 1708, 1984/2009, CD)

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