François Bréant began being a jazz pianist but shortly considered progressive rock and roll in the first 1970s, producing his initial recordings in several obscure French groupings. He produced a name for himself in the past due ’70s because the keyboardist, arranger, and bandleader of well-known French vocalist/songwriter Bernard Lavilliers, before learning to be a sought-after manufacturer within the ’80s and beyond. His focus on Salif Keita’s 1987 record, Soro, was imperative to the early advancement of worldbeat. He released two single LPs in the past due ’70s. Blessed in Rouen, France, Bréant’s musical inclinations had been strongly inspired by his dad, himself a pianist and painter. He discovered to try out the piano as well as the body organ at a age group. In his lycée (senior high school) years he had taken a shine towards the music of Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane, and performed in several local jazz devices. After research at Rouen’s École des Beaux-Arts he became a member of Cruciferius Lobonz, a visionary fusion jazz group created by Christian Vander and Bernard Paganotti. The group documented its sole recording, A Nice Life-style, in 1970, and Vander quit to create the highly important Magma. Following a short-lived task with Albert Marcoeur and Pascal Arroyo, Bréant journeyed to the U.S. for eight weeks. Back he created Nemo with Cruciferius’ Marc Perru, Clément Bailly, and potential Alpha Ralpha drummer Emmanuel Lacordaire — together he started to make use of synthesizers. After two intensifying rock and roll LPs the group disbanded in 1975. Immediately after he started focus on his 1st solo recording, which will be three years within the producing. Meanwhile he became a member of old close friends Lacordaire and Arroyo in 1976 to create among Lavilliers’ first rings. His 1st single LP, Sons Optiques, arrived in 1979, quickly accompanied by Voyeur Extra-Lucide. That same yr he co-wrote Lavilliers’ recording Pouvoirs, among the singer’s finest occasions. Bréant remaining Lavilliers’ music group in 1983 and spent a couple of years from the limelight, documenting music for film, tv, and generating. His name resurfaced in 1987 when Salif Keita’s LP Soro became among the 1st cornerstones of worldbeat. He also added to the African singer’s follow-up, Ko-Yan. From 1989 onward he performed an important component within the profession of jazz-pop vocalist Enzo Enzo, but once more remained from the limelight, except for a brief escapade using the jazz-rock music group Zao in the first ’90s.
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