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todayMarch 13, 2024

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Jean-Marc Cerrone, a luminary in the disco scene of 1970s and early ’80s Europe, stands as one of the most influential and creative producers, rivaled only by the legendary Giorgio Moroder. Born in Paris in 1952, Cerrone’s musical journey commenced in childhood, and by the age of 18, he secured the role of orchestra leader at a Parisian club, signaling the onset of a remarkable career.

After collaborating with French producer Barclay in the early ’70s, Cerrone stepped into the solo spotlight with his inaugural classic album, “Love in C-Minor,” in 1976. The title track resonated as a massive hit across Europe and even found its place in the American Top 40. While he achieved another single placement in the U.S., Cerrone’s popularity endured on his home continent, shaping a prolific career that spanned a dozen albums. Despite only a brief footprint in the American charts, Cerrone’s influence and creativity solidified his status as a disco maestro, leaving an indelible mark on the musical landscape of his era.

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