Aksak Maboul

Aksak Maboul — alternately spelled Aqsak Maboul — were a Belgian ensemble that released two albums during the late 1970s. The project was headed by multi-instrumentalist Marc Hollander and featured a revolving door of talent from both sides of the channel, including members of Placebo, Cos, and Henry Cow.

Members: Marc Hollander (clarinet, drum machine, percussion, alto saxophone, xylophone, mandolin, flute, darabukka, Farfisa, keyboards), Vincent Kenis (accordion, guitar, bass, Fender Rhodes, percussion), Chris Joris (percussion, keyboards, saxophone), Marc Moulin (keyboards, 1977), Frank Wuyts (keyboards, piano, synthesizer, devices, recorder, percussion), Denis Van Hecke (electric cello, vocals, guitar), Catherine Jauniaux (vocals), Michel Berckmans (bassoon, oboe), Fred Frith (bass, guitar, violin, viola), Chris Cutler (percussion, drums, radio)


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