Didier Lockwood (born 11 February 1956 in Calais) is a French jazz violinist. He played in the progressive rock/jazz fusion band Magma in the 1970s and is known for his use of electric amplification and experimentation on different sounds on the electric violin.
Lockwood's influences include fusion violinist Jean-Luc Ponty. He took up the electric violin after hearing Ponty play on the album King Kong: Jean-Luc Ponty Plays the Music of Frank Zappa. Another important influence was fellow Frenchman Stéphane Grappelli. In 2000, Lockwood recorded a tribute album to Grappelli.
- with Magma
- Theatre Du Taur Concert, 1975
- Live/Hhaï (1975)
- Concert 1976 Opéra de Reims (Akt IX, released 1996)
- Inédits (1977)
- Retrospektiw (Parts I+II) (1981, rec. 1980)
- Retrospektiw (Part III) (1981, rec. 1980)
- Downwind (1979, rec. 1978)
- with ZAO
With Billy Hart
- Oshumare (Gramavision, 1985)
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- New World review at Allmusic
- Discography at Allmusic
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- Didier Lockwood > Credits at Allmusic
- ZAO: Live! review at Allmusic