Biography
Cerrone - Love in C Minor, the title track of his debut, self-titled album, released in 1977. Cerrone was a French drummer and composer who worked a lot with other projects as well as with other composers such as Don Ray and Alec R.Costandinos (Hunchback of Notre Dame / Romeo and Juliet). He continued to record into the eighties. 
  
 


Biography by John Bush
Jean-Marc Cerrone was one of the most influential disco producers in Europe during the 1970s and early '80s, eclipsed only by Giorgio Moroder. Born in Paris in 1952, he studied music as a child and won his first post as the orchestra leader at a Parisian club at the age of 18. After additional work with the French producer Barclay during the early '70s, he released his first solo album, Love in C-Minor, in 1976. The title track proved a massive European hit and worked its way into the American Top 40 as well. Although he only placed one more single in the U.S., Cerrone stayed popular on his native continent over the course of a career spanning a dozen albums. 

 

 

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Cerrone - 1977 - Cerrone's Paradise - 4.5/5

Cerrone - 1978 - Cerrone IV, the Golden Touch - 4/5

Cerrone - 1979 - Cerrone V, Angelina - 2.5/5

Cerrone - 1980 - Cerrone VI - 3/5

Cerrone - 1980 - Cerrone VII - 4/5

Cerrone - 1982 - Cerrone 8, Back Track - 3/5

Cerrone - 1982 - Cerrone IX, Your Love Survived - 2.5/5

Cerrone - 1985 - The Collector - 2/5

Cerrone - 1993 - X-Xex - 3.5/5

Cerrone - 2001 - Cerrone, Remix 2001 - 4/5

Cerrone - 2001 - Dream - 2/5

Cerrone - 2002 - Hysteria - 3.5/5

Cerrone - 2003 - The golden Touch - 4/5

Cerrone - 2006 - Cerrone, By Bob Sinclar - 4/5

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