Gonzales (aka Chilly Gonzales) wrote music for soundtracks under various aliases. His first two albums, Gonzales Über Alles and The Entertainist, were released in 2000. Touring and collaborating with Peaches brought both artists more renown. After Presidential Suite (2002), he was instrumental in the production of Feist's Let It Die. Beside Manu Chao, he recorded with Jane Birkin (2004's Rendez Vous) and Christophe Willem. Solo Piano (2005) was the most distinctive record of Gonzales' career, while Soft Power (2008) channeled the production gloss of '70s and '80s pop/rock. After he set a Guinness world record for longest solo piano performance (27 hours), he recorded Ivory Tower, the soundtrack to a film he co-wrote. Solo Piano II followed in 2012. ~ Diana Potts
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