Marc Moulin

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Marc Moulin (16 August 1942 – 26 September 2008) was a Belgian musician and journalist (print, radio, TV). In the early seventies he was the leader of the jazz-rock group Placebo (not to be confused with the English alternative rock band with the same name). He went on to be a member of the avant-rock band Aksak Maboul in 1977 and formed the pop group Telex in 1978. Moulin was one of Belgium's jazz legends, making jazz-influenced records for over 30 years.


Marc Moulin, son of Belgian poet and literary critic Jeanine Moulin, was a music producer, working with Lio, four albums for French crooner Alain Chamfort, Sparks (band) (the album "In Outer Space" from 1983), jazz guitarist Philip Catherine and left-field artists such as Anna Domino and Kid Montana.

During the '80s, Moulin worked as a radio producer, appeared regularly on radio shows, and wrote for various Belgian publications.

He died of throat cancer on Friday 26 September 2008.[1]


  • 1971 Ball of Eyes
  • 1973 1973
  • 1974 Placebo
  • 1975 Sam Suffy
  • 1986 Picnic
  • 1992 Maessage
  • 1999 Placebo Years 1971-1974
  • 2001 Top Secret
  • 2004 Entertainment
  • 2007 I Am You
  • 2009 Best of


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