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Marc Anderson

Marc Anderson
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United States
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Marc Anderson is an American percussionist best known for his accompaniment of fellow Minneapolis musician Steve Tibbetts. He has also recorded as a leader on his own.
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http://www.marcanderson.com
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Releases on file (12)
Steve Tibbetts — Life Of Steve Tibbetts — Life Of
(ECM 2599, 2018, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — Natural Causes Steve Tibbetts — Natural Causes
(ECM 1951, 2010, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — A Man about a Horse Steve Tibbetts — A Man about a Horse
(ECM 1814, 2002, CD)
Djam Karet — Collaborator Djam Karet — Collaborator
(HC Productions HC008, 1994, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — The Fall of Us All Steve Tibbetts — The Fall of Us All
(ECM 1527, 1994, CD)
David Sylvian & Robert Fripp — The First Day David Sylvian & Robert Fripp — The First Day
(Virgin 0777 7 88208 2 6, 1993, CD)
Marc Anderson — Timefish Marc Anderson — Timefish
(East Side Digital 80842, 1993, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — Big Map Idea Steve Tibbetts — Big Map Idea
(ECM 1380, 1989, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — Exploded View Steve Tibbetts — Exploded View
(ECM 1335, 1986, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — Safe Journey Steve Tibbetts — Safe Journey
(ECM 1270, 1984/1989, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — Northern Song Steve Tibbetts — Northern Song
(ECM 1215, 1982/1989, CD)
Steve Tibbetts — Yr Steve Tibbetts — Yr
(ECM 1355, 1980/1988, CD)

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