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Jacob Holm-Lupo / Telepath

Jacob Holm-Lupo / Telepath
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Jacob Holm-Lupo (born 15 July 1971) is a Norwegian guitarist, composer, and producer. He is the main songwriter in White Willow and The Opium Cartel, and has worked with a wide variety of other artists as well. His solo project is called Telepath.
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Weserbergland — Am Ende der Welte Weserbergland — Am Ende der Welte
(Karisma KAR, 2020, CD / LP / DL)
Telepath — Mental Mutations Telepath — Mental Mutations
(Apollon Records , 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Galasphere 347 — Galasphere 347 Galasphere 347 — Galasphere 347
(Karisma KAR144, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Plenty — It Could Be Home Plenty — It Could Be Home
(Karisma KAR141, 2018, CD / DL)
White Willow — Future Hopes White Willow — Future Hopes
(Laser's Edge LE1078, 2017, CD)
Weserbergland — Sehr Kosmische - Ganz Progisch Weserbergland — Sehr Kosmische - Ganz Progisch
(Apollon Records ARP004, 2017, CD)
Alco Frisbass — Alco Frisbass Alco Frisbass — Alco Frisbass
(AltrOck Productions Fading FAD-016, 2015, CD)
White Willow — Signal to Noise Demos White Willow — Signal to Noise Demos
((Not on label) no#, 2011, DL)
White Willow — Terminal Twilight White Willow — Terminal Twilight
(Laser's Edge LE 1060, 2011, CD)
Frequency Drift — Personal Effects (Part Two) Frequency Drift — Personal Effects (Part Two)
(Cyclops CYCL176, 2010, CD)
White Willow — Signal to Noise White Willow — Signal to Noise
(Laser's Edge LE1046, 2006, CD)
White Willow — Storm Season White Willow — Storm Season
(Laser's Edge LE1038, 2004, CD)
White Willow — Sacrament White Willow — Sacrament
(Laser's Edge LE1034, 2000, CD)
White Willow — Ex Tenebris White Willow — Ex Tenebris
(Laser's Edge LE1029, 1998, CD)
White Willow — Ignis Fatuus White Willow — Ignis Fatuus
(Laser's Edge LE 1021, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Progfest '95 Various Artists — Progfest '95
(Musea FGBG 4180.AR, 1995/1996, 2CD)

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