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John Paul Jones (Baldwin)

John Paul Jones (Baldwin)
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John Baldwin (born 3 January 1946), better known by his stage name John Paul Jones, is an English multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, composer, arranger and record producer. Best known as the bassist, keyboardist, and co-songwriter for the English rock band Led Zeppelin, Jones has since developed a solo career. A versatile musician, Jones also plays organ, guitar, koto, lap steel guitars, mandolin, autoharp, violin, ukulele, sitar, cello, continuum and recorder.
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http://www.johnpauljones.com
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Releases on file (19)
John Paul Jones — The Thunderthief John Paul Jones — The Thunderthief
(Discipline DGM0104, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Miniatures 2 Various Artists — Miniatures 2
(Cherry Red CD BRED 165, 2000, CD)
John Paul Jones — Zooma John Paul Jones — Zooma
(Discipline DGM9909, 1999, CD)
Brian Eno — Nerve Net Brian Eno — Nerve Net
(Opal 9 45033-2, 1992, CD)
Peter Gabriel — Us Peter Gabriel — Us
(RealWorld PGCD 7, 1992, CD)
Various Artists — Music for Films III Various Artists — Music for Films III
(Hannibal HNCD 1488, 1988/2005, CD)
Led Zeppelin — In through the Out Door Led Zeppelin — In through the Out Door
(Atlantic Swan Song SSK 59410, 1979, LP)
Led Zeppelin — Coda Led Zeppelin — Coda
(Atlantic Swan Song A0051, 1978/1982, LP)
Led Zeppelin — Presence Led Zeppelin — Presence
(Atlantic Swan Song SSK 59402, 1976, LP)
Led Zeppelin — The Soundtrack from the Film The Song Remains the Same Led Zeppelin — The Soundtrack from the Film The Song Remains the Same
(Atlantic Swan Song SSK 89402, 1976, 2LP)
Roy Harper — HQ (When an Old Cricketer Leaves the Crease) Roy Harper — HQ (When an Old Cricketer Leaves the Crease)
(Science Friction HUCD048, 1975/2012, CD)
Led Zeppelin — Physical Graffiti Led Zeppelin — Physical Graffiti
(Atlantic SSK 89400, 1975, 2LP)
Led Zeppelin — Houses of the Holy Led Zeppelin — Houses of the Holy
(Atlantic K 50014, 1973, LP)
Led Zeppelin — How the West Was Won Led Zeppelin — How the West Was Won
(Atlantic 83587-2, 1972/2003, 3CD)
Led Zeppelin — Untitled (AKA Led Zeppelin IV) Led Zeppelin — Untitled (AKA Led Zeppelin IV)
(Atlantic 2401012, 1971, LP)
Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin III Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin III
(Atlantic 2401002, 1970, LP)
Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin
(Atlantic 588171, 1969, LP)
Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin II Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin II
(Atlantic 588198, 1969, LP)
Jeff Beck — Truth Jeff Beck — Truth
(Epic 82876 77352 2, 1968/2006, CD)

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