Companyia Elèctrica Dharma were a Spanish jazz-rock band that released 11 studio albums and two live discs between 1975 and 1991, mostly on Edigsa and PDI. The nameplate has remained active into the 21st century.
Members: Pep Fortuny (drums, percussion, vocals), Joan Fortuny (soprano saxophone, vocals), Carles Vidal (bass, guitar), Jordi Soley (keyboards, 1974-78), Esteve Fortuny (guitar, 1974-86), Lluís Fortuny (keyboards, accordion, trumpet, vocals, 1978-?), Maria Fortuny (piano, keyboards, vocals, 1987-?)
- Diumenge (1975)
- L’Oucomballa (1976)
- Tramuntana (1977)
- L’àngel de la Dansa (1978)
- Ordinàries Aventures (1979)
- L’Atlàntida (1981)
- Al Palau de la Música Catalana (live, 1982 • Companyia Elèctrica Dharma amb la Cobla Mediterrània)
- Catalluna (1983)
- Força Dharma! Deu anys de resistència (1985)
- No Volem Ser (live, 1986)
- Homenatge a Esteve Fortuny (1987)
- Fibres del Cor (1989)
- Tifa Head (1991)
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