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Guy LeBlanc

Guy LeBlanc
Country
Canada
Profile
Guy LeBlanc (1960-2015) was a Canadian keyboardist and composer best known as a founding member of Nathan Mahl. In addition to solo albums, he also worked with Camel.
Website
http://www.guyleblanc.com
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Releases on file (13)
Nathan Mahl — Justified Nathan Mahl — Justified
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5089, 2014, CD)
Camel — The Snow Goose (2013) Camel — The Snow Goose (2013)
(Camel Productions CP0014CD, 2013, CD)
Various Artists — The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft - A SyNphonic Collection Various Artists — The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft - A SyNphonic Collection
(Musea FGBG 4914, 2012, 3CD)
Distinguished Panel of Experts — Trans-Indulgent Distinguished Panel of Experts — Trans-Indulgent
(Luna Negra CDLN-44, 2009, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Exodus Nathan Mahl — Exodus
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5058, 2008, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Shadows Unbound Nathan Mahl — Shadows Unbound
(Mahl Productions NMA009, 2003, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume III: The Sentence Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume III: The Sentence
(Mahl Productions NMA008, 2002, CD)
Camel — A Nod and a Wink Camel — A Nod and a Wink
(Camel Productions CP-013CD, 2002, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume II: The Trial Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume II: The Trial
(Mahl Productions NMA007, 2001, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume I: Body of Accusations Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume I: Body of Accusations
(Mahl Productions NMA006, 2000, CD)
Guy LeBlanc — Subversia Guy LeBlanc — Subversia
(Mahl Productions NMA005, 1999, CD)
Nathan Mahl — The Clever Use of Shadows Nathan Mahl — The Clever Use of Shadows
(Mahl Productions NMA004, 1998, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Parallel Eccentricities Nathan Mahl — Parallel Eccentricities
(Mahl Productions NMA 003, 1983/1997, CD)

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