Francis Dreyfus (French pronunciation: [fʁɑ̃sis dʁɛfys]; born 2 March 1940 in Le Raincy – died 24 June 2010 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) was a French record producer, who focused on jazz and electronic music, publishing Jean-Michel Jarre's first commercially successful work, Oxygène.
In 1971, Dreyfus was the founder of the French record label, Disques Motors, and became the producer of Christophe. In 1985, he founded Disques Dreyfus. In 1991, Dreyfus also founded a jazz label called Dreyfus Jazz, whose artists have included Marcus Miller, Steve Grossman, Richard Galliano and Alan Stivell.
Dreyfus was born in Le Raincy, Seine-Saint-Denis department of France, the son of a Romanian mother and an Alsatian-Jewish father. He was a descendant of Captain Alfred Dreyfus. He was the father of Laura, Chloe and actress Julie Dreyfus.
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