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Gilles Rieder (Manœuvres d'Automne)

Gilles Rieder (Manœuvres d'Automne)
Country
Switzerland
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Gilles "Dizzi" Rieder is best known as a member of Debile Menthol. Manœuvres d'Automne is his project "band."
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Releases on file (9)
L'Ensemble Rayé — Les Contrepoints Cardinaux L'Ensemble Rayé — Les Contrepoints Cardinaux
(Kein & Aber 906547-86, 2002, CD)
Various Artists — Miniatures 2 Various Artists — Miniatures 2
(Cherry Red CD BRED 165, 2000, CD)
Manœuvres d'Automne — Manœuvres d'Automne (AKA Un Peu d'Air!) Manœuvres d'Automne — Manœuvres d'Automne (AKA Un Peu d'Air!)
(AYAA CDT 0994, 1997, CD)
Nimal — Dis Tanz Nimal — Dis Tanz
(Ayaa CDT 1292, 1991, CD)
Gilles Rieder — Manœuvres d'Automne Gilles Rieder — Manœuvres d'Automne
(Art Gué AGR 002, 1987, LP)
Nimal — Nimal Nimal — Nimal
(Recrec Music 19, 1987, LP)
Débile Menthol — Battre Campagne Débile Menthol — Battre Campagne
(Recrec Music 06, 1984, LP)
Débile Menthol — Emile à la Campagne Débile Menthol — Emile à la Campagne
(Recrec Music 601, 1984/1994, 2CD)
Débile Menthol — Emile au Jardin Patrologique Débile Menthol — Emile au Jardin Patrologique
(Recrec Music 01, 1981, LP)

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