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Martin Gordon

Martin Gordon
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England
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Martin Gordon (born 1954, Ipswich, Suffolk) is an English musician who plays bass guitar, double bass, and piano. His first prominent job was with Sparks, after which he formed Jets and later Radio Stars. After the breakup of Radio Stars in 1979, he worked as a session bassist and producer, and in the 90s he started travelling the world and studying different kinds of music, especially gamelan. He started his solo career in 2003 with The Baboon in the Basement.
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http://www.martingordon.de
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Releases on file (9)
Martin Gordon — Thanks for All the Fish Martin Gordon — Thanks for All the Fish
(Radiant Future, 2018, CD)
Martin Gordon — Gilbert Gordon & Sullivan Martin Gordon — Gilbert Gordon & Sullivan
(Radiant Future RF019CD, 2015, CD)
Martin Gordon — Include Me Out Martin Gordon — Include Me Out
(Radiant Future RD016, 2013, CD)
Martin Gordon — Time Gentlemen Please Martin Gordon — Time Gentlemen Please
(Radiant Future RFVP013CD, 2009, CD)
Martin Gordon — The World Is Your Lobster Martin Gordon — The World Is Your Lobster
(Radiant Future RFVP009CD, 2007, CD)
Martin Gordon — God's on His Lunchbreak (Please Call Back) Martin Gordon — God's on His Lunchbreak (Please Call Back)
(Radiant Future RFVP007CD, 2006, CD)
Martin Gordon — The Joy of More Hogwash Martin Gordon — The Joy of More Hogwash
(Radiant Future RFVP006CD, 2005, CD)
Martin Gordon — The Baboon in the Basement Martin Gordon — The Baboon in the Basement
(Radiant Future RFVP005CD, 2003, CD)
Sparks — Kimono My House Sparks — Kimono My House
(Island Records 984 341-7, 1974/2009, CD)

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