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Marc Barreca

Marc Barreca
Country
United States
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American synth/multi-instrumental musician, initially active in the early 1980's, and of the Brian Eno inspired ambient school.
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Releases on file (7)
Barreca / Leimer — Premap Barreca / Leimer — Premap
(Palace of Lights PoL 01 | 2014, 2014, CD)
Marc Barreca — Tremble Marc Barreca — Tremble
(Palace of Lights PoL 05 / 2012, 2012, CD)
Marc Barreca — Subterrane Marc Barreca — Subterrane
(Palace of Lights PoL 02 | 2010, 2010, CD)
Savant — Artificial Dance Savant — Artificial Dance
(RVNG Intl. ReRVNG07, 1984/2015, 2LP)
Marc Barreca — Music Works for Industry Marc Barreca — Music Works for Industry
(RVNG Intl. FTS002, 1983/2017, CD)
Savant — The Neo-Realist (At Risk) Savant — The Neo-Realist (At Risk)
(Palace of Lights PoL.15/2002, 1983/2002, CD)
Marc Barreca — Twilight Marc Barreca — Twilight
(Palace of Lights POL. 05/1000, 1980, LP)

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