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Arto Lindsay

Arto Lindsay
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Arthur Morgan "Arto" Lindsay (born May 28, 1953, Richmond, Virginia) is an American guitarist, singer, record producer, and experimental composer. He spent much of his youth with his family in Brazil, and his music is often infused with South American styles. He first achieved recognition as part of New York no wave group DNA in the late 70s. Other projects of note include The Lounge Lizards, Ambitious Lovers, and The Golden Palominos.
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Date Course Pentagon Royal Garden — Alter War in Tokyo Date Course Pentagon Royal Garden — Alter War in Tokyo
(Universal Classics UCCJ-2091, 2011, 2CD)
Arto Lindsay — O Corpo Sutil - The Subtle Body Arto Lindsay — O Corpo Sutil - The Subtle Body
(Bar/None 078-2, 1996, CD)
Arto Lindsay — Mundo Civilizado Arto Lindsay — Mundo Civilizado
(Bar/None AHAON-082, 1996, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Smoochy Ryuichi Sakamoto — Smoochy
(Güt / For Life FLCG-3014, 1995, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Sweet Revenge Ryuichi Sakamoto — Sweet Revenge
(Elektra 61680-2, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Caged / Uncaged Various Artists — Caged / Uncaged
(Cramps Records 0138652CRA, 1993/2002, CD)
Marc Ribot — Rootless Cosmopolitans Marc Ribot — Rootless Cosmopolitans
(Island Records 422-842 577-2, 1990, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Beauty Ryuichi Sakamoto — Beauty
(Virgin VJD-32235, 1989, CD)
Bill Frisell — Before We Were Born Bill Frisell — Before We Were Born
(Elektra 9 60843-2, 1989, CD)
Laurie Anderson — Strange Angels Laurie Anderson — Strange Angels
(Warner Bros 9 25900-2, 1989, CD)
Tenko — Slope - Gradual Disappearance Tenko — Slope - Gradual Disappearance
(Shoh-120, 1987/2001, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Esperanto Ryuichi Sakamoto — Esperanto
(MINI Inc MDCL-5036, 1985/2015, CD)

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