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The Red Masque

The Red Masque
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The Red Masque is a Philadelphia area avant progressive rock band founded in February 2001 by bassist / keyboardist Brandon Lord Ross and vocalist Lynnette Shelley, who have worked with a number of other musicians to fill out the group. As of 2018, the other members are Jim Harris (drums, percussion) and David Carle (guitar).
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http://www.theredmasque.com
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Releases on file (7)
The Red Masque — Fathomless The Red Masque — Fathomless
(Bandcamp no#, 2018, CD / DL)
The Red Masque — Live at the Kennett Flash The Red Masque — Live at the Kennett Flash
(Bandcamp no#, 2018, DL)
The Red Masque — Mythalogue The Red Masque — Mythalogue
(Beta-lactam Ring mt257a, 2013, CD)
The Red Masque — Fossileyes The Red Masque — Fossileyes
(Ad Hoc 7607, 2008, CD)
The Red Masque — Feathers for Flesh The Red Masque — Feathers for Flesh
(Big Balloon Music BBM1102, 2004, CD)
The Red Masque — Victoria and the Haruspex The Red Masque — Victoria and the Haruspex
(Big Balloon Music no#, 2002, CD)
The Red Masque — Death of the Red Masque The Red Masque — Death of the Red Masque
((Not on label) no#, 2001, CD)

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