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Moongarden

Moongarden
Country
Italy
Profile
Moongarden was formed in 1994 by Cristiano Roversi (guitar, bass) and David Cremoni (guitar). They have been joined by a variety of other musicians over the years, with Roversi the only constant.
Website
http://www.moongardenband.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (8)
Moongarden — Voyeur Moongarden — Voyeur
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records MRC047, 2014, CD)
Moongarden — Songs from the Lighthouse Moongarden — Songs from the Lighthouse
(ProgRock PRR430, 2008, CD)
Moongarden — Roundmidnight Moongarden — Roundmidnight
(Airlift 73655, 2004, CD)
Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic Various Artists — Kalevala - A Finnish Progressive Rock Epic
(Musea FGBG 4463.AR, 2003, 3CD)
Moongarden — The Gates of Omega Moongarden — The Gates of Omega
(Mellow MMP 398, 2001, 2CD)
Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge
(Mellow MMP328 ABCD, 1997, 4CD)
Moongarden — Brainstorm of Emptiness Moongarden — Brainstorm of Emptiness
(Mellow MMP 284, 1996, CD)
Moongarden — Moonsadness Moongarden — Moonsadness
(Mellow MMP 244, 1994, CD)

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