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Graham Collier

Graham Collier
Country
England
Profile
James Graham Collier OBE (21 February 1937 – 9 September 2011) was an English jazz bassist, bandleader, and composer.
Website
http://www.grahamcolliermusic.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (9)
Graham Collier — Charles River Fragments Graham Collier — Charles River Fragments
(Jazzprint JPVP123CD, 1994/2003, CD)
Graham Collier — Hoarded Dreams Graham Collier — Hoarded Dreams
(Cuneiform Rune 252, 1983/2007, CD)
Graham Collier — Workpoints Graham Collier — Workpoints
(Cuneiform Rune 213/214, 1975/2005, 2CD)
Graham Collier —  Down Another Road / Songs for My Father / Mosaics Graham Collier — Down Another Road / Songs for My Father / Mosaics
(BGO BGOCD767, 1971/2007, 2CD)
Graham Collier Music Featuring Harry Beckett — Mosaics Graham Collier Music Featuring Harry Beckett — Mosaics
(Philips 6308 051, 1971, LP)
Graham Collier Sextet — Down Another Road Graham Collier Sextet — Down Another Road
(Fontana SFJL 922, 1970, LP)
Graham Collier Music — Songs for My Father Graham Collier Music — Songs for My Father
(Fontana 6309 006, 1970, LP)
The Graham Collier Sextet — Deep Dark Blue Centre The Graham Collier Sextet — Deep Dark Blue Centre
(Deram SML 1005, 1967, LP)
Graham Collier — The Third Colour Graham Collier — The Third Colour
(*, 0, CD)

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