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Dave Bainbridge

Dave Bainbridge
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England
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Dave Bainbridge is an English guitarist, keyboardist, and founding member of Iona. He has also recorded as a solo artist, and in 2017 he joined Lifesigns.
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http://davebainbridge.com
Related articles (13)
Releases on file (16)
Lifesigns — Cardington Lifesigns — Cardington
((Not on label) LML003, 2017, CD)
Strawbs — The Ferryman's Curse Strawbs — The Ferryman's Curse
(Esoteric Recordings Antenna 5013929477032, 2017, CD)
Dave Bainbridge — Celestial Fire Dave Bainbridge — Celestial Fire
(Open Sky CD 18, 2014, CD)
Iona — The Circling Hour Iona — The Circling Hour
(OPENVP11CD, 2006, CD)
Iona — Live in London Iona — Live in London
(Open Sky DVD2, 2006, DVD)
Dave Bainbridge — Veil of Gossamer Dave Bainbridge — Veil of Gossamer
(Open Sky OPENVP4CD, 2004, CD)
Iona — Open Sky Iona — Open Sky
(FFD5285, 2000, CD)
Iona with the All Souls Orchestra — Woven Cord Iona with the All Souls Orchestra — Woven Cord
(Alliance Music 1901802, 1999, CD)
Iona — Heaven's Bright Sun - Live Iona — Heaven's Bright Sun - Live
(ALD 092, 1997, 2CD)
Iona — Journey into the Morn Iona — Journey into the Morn
(ALD 050, 1995, CD)
Iona — Beyond These Shores Iona — Beyond These Shores
(WHAD 1300, 1993, CD)
Iona — The Book of Kells Iona — The Book of Kells
(WHAD 1287, 1992, CD)
Iona — Iona Iona — Iona
(CDO 2700, 1990, CD)
Iona — Iona Iona — Iona
(Open Sky DVD1, 1990/2003, DVD)
Bert Jansch — A Rare Conundrum Bert Jansch — A Rare Conundrum
(Virgin CASCDX 1127, 1977/2009, CD)
Bert Jansch — Poor Mouth Bert Jansch — Poor Mouth
(ExLibris EXL 20.011, 1976, LP)

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