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-Chris Stassinopoulos Drummer,pianist,keyboardist,composer of Progressive Rock & Jazz Fusion music. -is composer of album(cd Light in the Dark)(production at 2008). *Drummer- ex axis,zao,clear light(lp -forever blowing bubbles),catherine lara,francis moze(magma),jannick top orchestra(magma),joel dugrenot(zao,clear light)vangelis papathanassiou,david cross(king crimson),hugh hopper(soft machine),alex foster(jaco pastorius),barry finnerty(miles davis),joe berger(john entwistle),michel delville(the wrong object),clint bahr(tripod),explorers band(gr)and many others.


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REVIEW 1 by CHRIS PARKER(LONDON)-Friday, November 28, 2008 http://www.vortexjazz.co.uk A stalwart of the Greek progressive rock scene since the late 1960s, drummer/keyboard player/composer Chris Stassinopoulos has assembled a great cast of like-minded souls, from violinist extraordinaire David Cross and fuzz bass supremo Hugh Hopper to saxophonist Alex Foster and guitarists Barry Finnerty and Joe Berger �- not to mention his own Explorer Band spearheaded by guitarist Stelios Frederikos �- for this extravaganza, an album he says represents ‘my live adventures in Athens with my dear friends, as a spiritual research of the human lifestyle … an exploration of this and of the parallel Universe’

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Light In The Dark

Unknown label
2008

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