Format: COMPACT DISC
RIBOT DARLOT VERVLOESEM ALONOVSKY FONTAINE
Self trained guitarist from France, Manu Ribot started playing in various punk-rock bands before coming to live and stay in Brussels in 1992. After spending 5 years playing with Amarak lab (already with Didier Fontaine on drums), he appeared on Pierre Vervloesem’s album ‘Chef- d’Oeuvre’ in 1998. They became friends since that time and never really stopped to play together time to time. Manu then returned to France for 4 years where he worked and recorded with French punk-rock band Weak. Back in Belgium he recorded and released ‘SSShhhTTTTT’, started playing in various punk-rock bands before recording his first album under the name The Claude Zac Ensemble, produced and mixed by Pierre Vervloesem. This is his first solo effort, playing all the guitars, bass, keyboard and programming. All instrumental, but full of humor and gimmicks, and references to all sort of music from the 1960s to now!