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  1. Patrick Moraz (born June 24, in Morges, Switzerland) is a progressive rock keyboard player. He is best known as the keyboardist for progressive rock legends Yes, from , and the Moody Blues from - He was classically trained at the Conservatory of Lausanne, but played jazz.
  2. Patrick Moraz's Future Memories, consisting of two parts, was first released on Dec 29, , and was based on the principle of spontaneous musical interpretation filmed by several video cameras as the performance was taking palce/5.
  3. Patrick Moraz('s) Album Future Memories II. Listen to all tracks of Future Memories II for free. All music instantly composed, arranged & performed by Moraz .
  4. PATRICK MORAZ released FUTURE MEMORIES II, in This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Future Memories 2 - Patrick Moraz on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Future Memories 2 - Patrick Moraz on AllMusic - Satellite. Patrick Moraz. Amazon: 4 Patrick Moraz. Amazon: blue highlight 4/5.
  6. Notes. Instant compositions on electronic keyboards & percussions Composed, arranged & performed at Aquarius Studios, Geneva, Switzerland TV-Play by François Jaquenod & Patrick Moraz.
  7. Jun 07,  · This is a Patrick Moraz classic of some of that structured improv. I wish I found the video first, Future Memories (Live on TV) but I may still get it later. This has the classic improv made for TV performance, combining volumes 1 and 2. There are extra tracks, but there are also missing tracks (i.e. "After the Year After" from Future Memories 4/5(1).
  8. Patrick Moraz (born June 24, in Morges, Switzerland) is a progressive rock keyboard player. He is best known as the keyboardist for progressive rock legends Yes, from , and the Moody Blues from - He was classically trained at the Conservatory of Lausanne, but played jazz primarily before entering progressive rock and has been highly acclaimed for his virtuosity.

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