About Ulan Bator
French band Ulan Bator started their long carrier in 1993 in Paris as a duet composed of founding member Amaury Cambuzat (Vox, Guitar and keyboards) and Olivier Manchion (Bass). Their first rehearsals sessions happened in a deep, unused chalk-mine in the suburbs of Paris. This strange location was, step by step, transformed into a “recording studio” where they were to record, compose and produce their first three recordings albums: “Ulan Bator”, “2 Degrees” and “Végétale”. In 1995, the duet was joined by Franck Lantignac (drums) who became the third permanent member of the group until 1999.
They got their name from Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia. Band members: Amaury Cambuzat, Nathalie Forget, Diego Vinciarelli, Luca Andriola.