Real Name:
Bernard Fevre
Originally released in 1978, Black Devil's "Disco Club" is an extremely rare disco masterpiece, an epic journey into the deepest electronic disco.
The record is credited to Junior Claristidge and Joachim Sherylee, pseudonyms of two french library writers Bernard Fevre and Jacky Giordano, respectively. It was made manually in a recording studio in the suburbs of Paris using synths and occasional tape loops and a drummer. No midi or computers.
According to an interview given by Bernard Fevre in January 2007, Jacky Giordano only financed the recording sessions. His being credited as co-composer was just a deal for recouping his financial investment.

Bernard Fevre came back with a new opus in 2006 under the guise of Black Devil Disco Club although some remixed versions taken from this second album were released under the original Black Devil monicker by the same label.

Black Devil Discography Tracks

Black Devil - Too High To Move (The Quiet Village Remixes) album art Quiet Village I Regret The Flower Power (Quiet Village Remix) (as Black Devil Disco Club) Quiet Village - Too High To Move (The Quiet Village Remixes) (Comp) Pyramids Of Mars Japan 2012 Sell This Version


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July 20, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Another example of newly-manufactured "retro", accompanied with a convincing backstory, used to add intrigue to a collector`s life In the hunt for rarities. Or is it??

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