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KBB is a progressive rock/jazz fusion quartet from Tokyo, Japan. They were formed in 1992, and released their first album in 2000 on the Musea record label. Members are: Akihisa Tsuboy (violin, composer), Toshimitsu Takahashi on keyboards, Dani (using only one name) on bass, and Shirou Sugano on drums.
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http://http://tsuboy.internet.ne.jp/kbb/index-e.html
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Releases on file (6)
KBB — Age of Pain KBB — Age of Pain
(Arcangelo ARC-1162, 2013, CD)
KBB — Proof of Concept KBB — Proof of Concept
(Musea FGBG 4722.AR, 2007, CD)
KBB — Live 2004 KBB — Live 2004
(Musea FGBG 4598.AR, 2005, CD)
KBB — Four Corner's Sky KBB — Four Corner's Sky
(Musea FGBG 4501.AR, 2003, CD)
KBB — Lost & Found KBB — Lost & Found
(Musea FGBG 4363.AR, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Un Voyage en Progressif Vol. 5 Various Artists — Un Voyage en Progressif Vol. 5
(Musea FGBG 4374.AR, 2000, CD)

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