Back in September 2008, Marc Moulin, member of Télex, died of throat cancer. This week, famous jazz label Blue Note publishes a 3-CD box with most of Moulin's personal works.
Moulin's website writes : "Blue Note pays tribute to the Belgian keyboardist-composer Marc Moulin and releases the first 'best of' of one of the electro jazz pioneer and lounge star in the years 2000. Also, in limited edition the "Boxof ", a 3 albums anthology including 45 titles, among those 15 unreleased, rare or live tracks".
Earlier this year (in June), EMI Belgium released a new "Best of" CD of Télex, entitled "Ultimate", which can be bought on http://www.7digital.com/stores/emibelgium_3/artists/telex/ultimate-best-of/. Back in 1980, Télex represented Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest in The Hague, with the song Euro-Vision. Moulin was not the singer of the group, but one of the two keyboardists (the tallest one, on the left). In an interview about their Eurovision experience, Marc Moulin declared: "We had hoped to finish last, but Portugal decided otherwise. We got ten points from them!". This placed Belgium at the 17th place out of 19 contestants that year.
Video of the song Silver (who stole the groove), recorded in 2004: