Didier Bocquet

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Didier Bocquet is a French electronic music composer and musician who was active in the late 1970s[1] and early 1980s. His primary instrument was the keyboard and he was inspired by German artist Klaus Schulze


  • Eclipse (1977) LP
  • Cerebral Voyage (1978) LP
  • Sequences (1980) LP Pulse Records
  • Pictures of Life (1982) LP Pulse Records


  1. ^ Macan, Edward (9 January 1997). Rocking the classics: English progressive rock and the counterculture. Oxford University Press. p. 172. ISBN 978-0-19-509887-7. Retrieved 30 May 2010.