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Garaj Mahal

Garaj Mahal
Country
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Garaj Mahal is a world jazz fusion group led by guitarist Fareed Haque. He is joined by Kai Eckhardt (bass), Alan Hertz or Sean Rickman (drums), and Eric Levy (keyboards).
Website
http://garajmahal.net
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Releases on file (5)
Garaj Mahal — More Mr Nice Guy Garaj Mahal — More Mr Nice Guy
(Harmonized, 2010, CD)
Garaj Mahal & Fareed Haque — Discovery Garaj Mahal & Fareed Haque — Discovery
(Moog Music 789106, 2009, CD)
Garaj Mahal — W00t Garaj Mahal — W00t
(Harmonized, 2008, CD)
Garaj Mahal — Blueberry Cave Garaj Mahal — Blueberry Cave
(Harmonized, 2005, CD)
Garaj Mahal — Mondo Garaj Garaj Mahal — Mondo Garaj
(Harmonized, 2003, CD)

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