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Niacin

Niacin
Country
United States
Profile
Instrumental jazz fusion group, founded in 1996 by Billy Sheehan, John Novello, and Dennis Chambers. Their name is taken from the B3 part of Novello's Hammond organ - Niacin is vitamin B3.
Website
http://myspace.com/niacinb3
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (7)
Niacin — Krush Niacin — Krush
(Prosthetic 656191015929, 2012, CD)
Niacin — Organik Niacin — Organik
(Magna Carta MA-9081-2, 2005, CD)
Niacin — Time Crunch Niacin — Time Crunch
(Magna Carta MA-9059-2, 2001, CD)
Niacin — Deep Niacin — Deep
(Magna Carta MA-9048-2, 2000, CD)
Niacin — High Bias Niacin — High Bias
(Stretch Records SCD-9017-2, 1998, CD)
Niacin — Live: Blood, Sweat and Beers Niacin — Live: Blood, Sweat and Beers
(Magna Carta MA-9063-2, 1997/2003, CD)
Niacin — Niacin Niacin — Niacin
(Stretch Records SCD-9011-2, 1997, CD)

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