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John Cale

John Cale
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John Davies Cale (born March 9, 1942 in Garnant, Wales, United Kingdom) has played music since the 60s. He was in The Velvet Underground (bass, viola) and worked with Theatre of Eternal Music. He is also known as a producer and has worked on many collaborations, most notably with Brian Eno.
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Releases on file (13)
Various Artists — Rykodisc Twentieth Anniversary Various Artists — Rykodisc Twentieth Anniversary
(Rykodisc RCD10651, 2003, 2CD)
Hector Zazou — Songs from the Cold Seas Hector Zazou — Songs from the Cold Seas
(Columbia CK 67068, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Caged / Uncaged Various Artists — Caged / Uncaged
(Cramps Records 0138652CRA, 1993/2002, CD)
Hector Zazou — Sahara Blue Hector Zazou — Sahara Blue
(Tristar WK 57779, 1992, CD)
Lou Reed / John Cale — Songs for Drella Lou Reed / John Cale — Songs for Drella
(Sire W2 26140, 1990, CD)
Eno / Cale — Wrong Way Up Eno / Cale — Wrong Way Up
(Hannibal HNCD 1485, 1990/2005, CD)
John Cale — Words for the Dying John Cale — Words for the Dying
(All Saints ASCD09, 1989/2004, CD)
John Cale — Comes Alive John Cale — Comes Alive
(Ze Records IT-8402, 1984, LP)
Brian Eno — Music for Films Brian Eno — Music for Films
(Virgin ENOCDX 9, 1978/2009, CD)
Brian Eno — Another Green World Brian Eno — Another Green World
(Virgin ENOCD 3, 1975/2004, CD)
Kevin Ayers / John Cale / Eno / Nico — June 1, 1974 Kevin Ayers / John Cale / Eno / Nico — June 1, 1974
(Island Records ILPS 9291, 1974, LP)
John Cale & Terry Riley — Church of Antrhrax John Cale & Terry Riley — Church of Antrhrax
(Culture Factory C30131, 1971/2011, CD)
Nick Drake — Bryter Layter Nick Drake — Bryter Layter
(Island Records ILPS 9134, 1970/2008, CD)

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