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Tim Motzer

Tim Motzer
Country
United States
Profile
American guitarist based in Philadelphia.
Website
http://1krecordings.com
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Releases on file (5)
Pat Mastelotto / Markus Reuter — Face Pat Mastelotto / Markus Reuter — Face
(Tempus Fugit TF VÖ 41, 2017, CD)
EchoTest — From Two Balconies EchoTest — From Two Balconies
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, CD)
Tim Motzer + Markus Reuter — Descending Tim Motzer + Markus Reuter — Descending
(1k Recordings 1k018, 2010, CD)
Goldbug — The Seven Dreams Goldbug — The Seven Dreams
(1k Recordings 1k016, 2010, CD)
David Sylvian — Sleepwalkers David Sylvian — Sleepwalkers
(Samadhisound sound cd ss020, 2010, CD)

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2020-03-17
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