Deja Vu

Déjà Vu were a German jazz-rock band that self-released the album Cosmic Zack in 1977. Members: Andreas W. Wegener (keyboards), Hans P. Hamacher (guitar), Eckard P. Meszelinsky (saxophone, flute, acoustic guitar, vocals), Hans W. Sch. (drums), Paul H. B. (bass, vocals) Discography: Cosmic Zack (1977)

Déjá-Vu ‎– Between the Leaves (1976)

Between the Leaves is an album by Dutch maximalist rockers Déjá-Vu, self-released by the band in 1976. Tracklist: A1. “Burning Bridges” (10:04) A2. “Between the Leaves” (5:49) A3. “Free Man” (7:15) B1. “Flying” (8:06) B2. “Somebody Cares” (10:46) B3. “Time” (7:00) B4. “Visions of Nirvana” (6:27) Credits: Bass – Per Amundsen Drums, Backing Vocals – […]


Déjà-Vu were a Norwegian symphonic-rock band that self-pressed the album Between the Leaves 1976. Initially limited to a run of 100 copies, the album was reissued by Swedish archivists Research Records in 1995. Members: Svein Rønning (guitar, vocals), Harald Otterstad (keyboards), Kai Grønlie (vocals), Per Amundsen (bass), Knut Lie (drums, vocals) Discography: Between the Leaves […]


Deja-Vu were a Japanese symphonic-rock band from Tokyo that released the album Baroque in the Future on Made In Japan in 1988. Keyboardist/arranger Motoi Sakuraba subsequently played in Pazzo Fanfano di Musica and became a prolific soundtrack composer. Members: Motoi Sakuraba (keyboards), Genta Kudo (drums), Tetsuya Nagatsuma (bass, vocals) Discography: Baroque in the Future (1988)