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    Gibson Brothers

    The three brothers Chris, Patrick and Alex Francfort were born in Martinique, West Indies, and together they formed the band Gibson Brothers.  Their sound was defined as being disco-salsa and after being guided by the music producer Daniel Vangarde, they cut their first single "Come to America" in 1976 which was successful in Europe.  Their next single was their first million-seller in Europe.  Although not popular in the US, they met with much more success in the European scene.  Although disco music essentially collapsed in 1980, the brothers continued to tour and release discs.



    Chris Gibson (lead vocals)

    Alex Gibson (keyboard/synthesizer/vocals)

    Patrick Gibson (drums/percussion/vocals)


    Gibson Brothers recordings

    Heaven (Alex Francfort/Daniel Vangarde)

    Ooh! What A Life (Daniel Vangarde/Alex Francfort)                                       

    Que Sera Mi Veda (If You Should Go)(Daniel Vangarde/Jean Kluger/Nellie Byl)

    You (Alex Francfort/Daniel Vangarde/Nellie Byl)                                                                        



    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibson_Brothers
    2. www.discomuseum.com/GibsonBros.html
    3. http://www.thegibsonbrothers.com/gb/index.html
    4. www.wallybadarou.com/ZUS.H/Sub-Pages/Bio/05-Barclay/Barclay.F.html








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