Bernard Estardy was one of the most prolific (and sought after) sound engineers in the French music scene during the 60's and 70's. After being involved on a number of sessions with Nino Ferrer, he took the initiative to build his own studio from scratch (the CBE as it's known, built in 1967). It is said that in the first two decades of operation, records that were produced here accounted for 200 million copies sold. When he wasn't busy working on albums with popular French artists such as Francoise Hardy, Johnny Hallyday, the aforementioned Ferrer, etc .. Bernard was recording background music for French television, film and radio (not to mention composing weird concept albums, see: La Formule De Baron). Electro Sounds was a two-part 'mood music' series Estardy recorded for the popular Paris-based Tele Music library label in the early 1970's. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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