The adventuresome French guitarist Jean Pascal Boffo spent some time working with a multitude of music artists since 1980 and has explored an equally diverse ground in his solo work for the Musea label. His function continues to be variously affected by jazz, intensifying rock, and cultural music. Jean Pascal Boffo began his career like a musician in 1975 as the guitarist for the intensifying rock-band Mandragore. In 1981 he joined up with Troll. Boffo started his solo profession with 1985’s Juex De Nains, the 1st release within the French record label, Musea. Documented mostly with an acoustic guitar with the help of some synthesizers, the extra recording sounds small like his later on work. Carillions, documented at his house studio, adopted in 1987 and presented additional music artists and a more powerful jazz sound. Right here, Boffo recorded mainly on guitar. Boffo significantly shifted gears for 1988’s Ritual, which presented a dozen extra music artists from numerous backgrounds and a classically affected epic opening monitor. For another couple of years, Boffo was guitarist with Cac and Co, Antoine Tome, as well as the reggae group Sawurri. His following solo launch was 1994’s Nomades, which Boffo pursued musical representation from the nomads of Asia and the center East. Offrende implemented in 1995. Then joined the music group Christian Decamps & Fils. Departing the group in 1996, he documented the record DEBOCO with Delaunay Eric and Coppin Gilles. In the record, three different melodies by each musician had been each explored by others. In 1998, he released Vu du Ciel, accompanied by 1999’s cooperation Les Dents Rouge beneath the name KaHaRo. Parfum de’Etoiles implemented in 2000.