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Phil Mercy

Phil Mercy
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England
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Phil Mercy is the guitarist and chief composer for the band Thieves' Kitchen.
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Releases on file (8)
Thieves' Kitchen — The Clockwork Universe Thieves' Kitchen — The Clockwork Universe
((Not on label) TKCD006, 2015, CD)
Thieves' Kitchen — One for Sorrow, Two for Joy Thieves' Kitchen — One for Sorrow, Two for Joy
((Not on label) TKCD005, 2013, CD)
Thieves' Kitchen — The Water Road Thieves' Kitchen — The Water Road
((Not on label) TKCD004, 2008, CD)
Thieves' Kitchen — Shibboleth Thieves' Kitchen — Shibboleth
((Not on label) TKCD003, 2003, CD)
Thieves' Kitchen — Argot Thieves' Kitchen — Argot
((Not on label) TKCD002, 2001, CD)
Thieves Kitchen — Head Thieves Kitchen — Head
((Not on label) TKCO001, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — To Canterbury and Beyond - A Tribute to the Canterbury Scene Various Artists — To Canterbury and Beyond - A Tribute to the Canterbury Scene
(Mellow MMP 361 A/B, 1999, 2CD)
Phil Mercy — Fear of Fantastic Flight Phil Mercy — Fear of Fantastic Flight
(Mellow MMP 337, 1998, CD)

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