Bernard Fèvre is a self-taught french composer, now over 60 years old.In his early life, his day job was in precision mechanics; on saturday nights he played piano in a R' n B' band, Frankie Presle and the G.
men. He then spent ten years as part of Les Francs Garçons, a singing group in the "Don Camillo" night-club in Paris. He now works for a French radio station, providing its 'sound environment'.His first solo record is "The Strange World of Bernard Fèvre", followed some months after by "Black Devil Disco Club 78" which had a new and pioneering electronic sound.
The records met with limited success and Bernard Fèvre remained in obscurity for more than twenty years. He released at least 3 albums of electronic library music during the 70s.In 1999, The Chemical Brothers used a large sample from Fèvre's 1975 piece Earth Message in their record "Got Glint?".
In 2006, Bernard Fèvre returned to recording, writing and releasing music as Black Devil Disco Club.
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