|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Zig Zag Dance||2||Audio||1972||Les Disques Motors|
|3||Black Bird||2||Audio||1973||Fonit Cetra|
|4||Zig - Zag / Vento Caldo||2||Audio||1973||Fonit Cetra|
|5||Zig Zag Dance||2||Audio||1972||Les Disques Motors|
Foggy Joe is the duet formed by [a=Samuel Hobo] and [a=Jean-Michel Jarre] in 1972. The only single released by the duet under that name is "Zig-zag" (or "Zig-zag dance").
To be noted that the vocal version is usually credited as performed by "Foggy Joe", but the instrumental version credited as performed by "The Foggy Joe Band", which may mean that "Foggy Joe" is Hobo's alias, and "The Foggy Joe Band" Jarre's one.