Zao (French band)

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Origin France
Genres Progressive rock, Zeuhl, jazz fusion[1]
Years active 1971–1977, 1994
Associated acts Magma

Zao was a progressive rock/zeuhl band that was founded by two ex-members of Magma: Yochk'o Seffer (saxophone, clarinet) and François Cahen (piano). They were active from 1971 to 1994 and released six studio albums.

In 1976, Magma violinist Didier Lockwood also joined the band and appeared on their albums Kawana and Live!.[1][2]




  1. ^ a b Live! review at Allmusic
  2. ^ Kawana at Allmusic

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