J.J. Jeczalik

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Jonathan Edward Stephen "J.J." Jeczalik (/jɛnˈtʃɑːlɪk/; born 11 May 1955) is a retired electronic musician, and co-founder of the former electronic music group, Art of Noise.

Jeczalik also worked as a record producer and musician on a number of the Pet Shop Boys early recordings. After leaving Art of Noise, he recorded in the 1990s under the moniker "The Art of Silence", releasing one album entitled artofsilence.co.uk. He has also won a Grammy and taught IT at Oxford High School The Girls' Day School Trust until his retirement in 2013.

  1. ↑ Hochman, Steve (20 July 1986). "Art of Noise Got Wrong Image By Avoiding One". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 10 February 2013. 
  2. ↑ Cromelin, Richard (31 July 1986). "Pop Music Review : Duane Eddy Rocks Life into Art of Noise". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 10 February 2013. 
  3. ↑ "Staff List". Oxford High School for GDST. Retrieved 17 June 2013. 
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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1989 Synthesizer Greatest, Volume 1 Ed Starink 8
1989 Synthesizer Greatest, Volume 2 Ed Starink 5
1989 Synthesizer Greatest, Volume 3 Ed Starink 5
1989 Synthétiseur 2 Ed Starink 3
1990 Synthétiseur 3 Ed Starink 2
1994 House Party Presents: Trance Dream: The Most Beautiful Sounds to Relax Your Mind, Body & Soul Various Artists 1
1996 The Eve of the War: 16 Spectacular Synthetizer Hits Various Artists 1
1996 Synthesizer Top 100 Ed Starink 1
Synthesizer Gold Various Artists 4
Synthesizer Greatest, Volume 2 Russell B. 1

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