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Eddie Jobson

Eddie Jobson
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England
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Edwin Jobson (born 1955 Billingham, Cleveland, United Kingdom) has been the keyboard player for a number of UK progressive rock outfits. Replaced Brian Eno in Roxy Music. Founding member of progressive rock Super group UK with John Wetton, Allan Holdsworth, and Bill Bruford.
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http://eddiejobson.com
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Releases on file (27)
Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition
(Music Brut, 2017, 8CD)
Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition: Non-Finito Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition: Non-Finito
(Music Brut MB6181953-1, 2017, CD)
John Wetton — Raised in Captivity John Wetton — Raised in Captivity
(Frontiers Records FR CD 522, 2011, CD)
UKZ — Radiation UKZ — Radiation
(GLO 9000-2, 2009, CD)
Frank Zappa — Läther Frank Zappa — Läther
(Rykodisc RCD 10574/76, 1996, 3CD)
Eddie Jobson — Theme of Secrets Eddie Jobson — Theme of Secrets
(Private Music 2005-2-P, 1985/2005, CD)
Jethro Tull — A Jethro Tull — A
(Chrysalis PV 41301, 1980, LP)
John Wetton — King's Road - 1972-1980 John Wetton — King's Road - 1972-1980
(E.G. Records EGCD 70, 1980/1987, CD)
Eddie Jobson — 1971-1979 The Band Years Eddie Jobson — 1971-1979 The Band Years
((Not on label) no#, 1979/2018, 2CD)
U.K. — Danger Money U.K. — Danger Money
(E.G. Records EGCD 39, 1979/1990, CD)
Bruford — One of a Kind Bruford — One of a Kind
(Winterfold BBWF004CD, 1979/2004, CD)
U.K. — Concert Classics Volume 4 U.K. — Concert Classics Volume 4
(Renaissance RRCD00704, 1978/1999, CD)
Jasun Martz / The Neoteric Orchestra — The Pillory Jasun Martz / The Neoteric Orchestra — The Pillory
(All Ears AE11480, 1978, LP)
Jasun Martz — The Pillory Jasun Martz — The Pillory
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9404, 1978/1994, CD)
U.K. — U.K. U.K. — U.K.
(E.G. Records EGCD 35, 1978/1988, CD)
Phil Manzanera / 801 — Listen Now Phil Manzanera / 801 — Listen Now
(Virgin EXPCD17, 1977/2000, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Let's Stick Together Bryan Ferry — Let's Stick Together
(Island Records ILPS 9367, 1976, LP)
Roxy Music — Viva! Roxy Music Roxy Music — Viva! Roxy Music
(Virgin ROXYCDX6, 1976/1999, CD)
Phil Manzanera — Diamond Head Phil Manzanera — Diamond Head
(E.G. Records EGCD 19, 1975/1990, CD)
Roxy Music — Siren Roxy Music — Siren
(Virgin ROXYCD5, 1975/1999, CD)
King Crimson — USA King Crimson — USA
(Discipline KCSP12, 1975/2013, CD+DVD)
Roxy Music — Country Life Roxy Music — Country Life
(Virgin ROXYCD4, 1974/1999, CD)
Amazing Blondel — Mulgrave Street Amazing Blondel — Mulgrave Street
(Talking Elephant TECD141, 1974/2009, CD)
Curved Air — Air Cut Curved Air — Air Cut
(Repertoire REP 5061, 1973/2011, CD)
Curved Air — Lovechild Curved Air — Lovechild
(Repertoire REP 5181, 1973/2011, CD)
Roxy Music — Stranded Roxy Music — Stranded
(Virgin ROXYCD3, 1973/1999, CD)
Bryan Ferry — These Foolish Things Bryan Ferry — These Foolish Things
(Island Records ILPS 9249, 1973, LP)

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