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Brannan Lane

Brannan Lane
Country
United States
Profile
Based in Texas, Brannan Lane is an award-winning composer and producer who has released 26 albums in the Ambient, World, and New Age music genres.
Website
http://brannanlane.com
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Releases on file (8)
Brannan Lane — Answer the Sky Brannan Lane — Answer the Sky
(Ambient Circle ACM-103, 2003, CD)
Brannan Lane / Ashera — Sextant Brannan Lane / Ashera — Sextant
(Ashera CDAW-2003-1, 2003, CD)
Brannan Lane / Vidna Obmana — Deep Unknown Brannan Lane / Vidna Obmana — Deep Unknown
(Brannanlane BLM504CD, 2002, CD)
Brannan Lane — Hypnotic Drift Brannan Lane — Hypnotic Drift
(Brannanlane BLM506CD, 2002, CD)
Brannan Lane — To Earth and Back Brannan Lane — To Earth and Back
(Space for Music sfmBL1021, 2002, CD)
Brannan Lane / Tom Larson — Tribal Spirit Brannan Lane / Tom Larson — Tribal Spirit
(Brannanlane BLM505CD, 2002, CD)
Brannan Lane — Sleep Cycle Brannan Lane — Sleep Cycle
(Brannanlane BLM501CD, 2001, CD)
Brannan Lane — Lost Caverns of Thera Brannan Lane — Lost Caverns of Thera
(World Circle WCR802CD, 2000, CD)

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