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David Rose
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David T. Rose (born 1946 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, died 1994) was an American violinist who played with the folk-rock-jazz group Fred in the early 70s, then moved to France, where he worked with Transit Express, and many of his albums feature Transit Express keyboardist Serge Perathoner. He recorded several albums with his own line-up, between 1977 and 1983, the first of which, Distance between Dreams (1977), is the most well known. At the age of 48, in 1994, Rose passed away prematurely from severe illness.
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Annie Haslam — Annie Haslam Annie Haslam — Annie Haslam
(T-Bird 0022 CD, 1989/2010, CD)
Patrick Gauthier — Bébé Godzilla Patrick Gauthier — Bébé Godzilla
(Seventh Records REX XVIII, 1981/1994, CD)
Rose — Behind the Line Rose — Behind the Line
(Millennium BXL1-7754, 1980, LP)
Jean-Philippe Goude — Drones Jean-Philippe Goude — Drones
(Musea FGBG 4102.AR, 1979/1994, CD)
Catherine Ribiero + Alpes — Passions Catherine Ribiero + Alpes — Passions
(Philips 9101 270, 1979, LP)
Rose — Worlds Apart Rose — Worlds Apart
(Millennium BXL1-7749, 1979, LP)
David Rose — Live David Rose — Live
(Belle Antique BELLE 091575, 1978/2009, CD)
Transit Express — Couleurs Naturelles Transit Express — Couleurs Naturelles
(Belle Antique BELLE 091573, 1977/2009, CD)
David Rose — Distance between Dreams David Rose — Distance between Dreams
(Belle Antique BELLE 091574, 1977/2009, CD)
Transit Express — Opus Progressif Transit Express — Opus Progressif
(Belle Antique BELLE 091572, 1976/2009, CD)
Fred — Live at the Bitter End Fred — Live at the Bitter End
(World in Sound WIS-1020, 1974/2004, CD)
Fred — Notes on a Picnic Fred — Notes on a Picnic
(World in Sound WIS-1016, 1974/2002, CD)
Fred — Fred Fred — Fred
(World in Sound WIS-1003, 1971/2001, CD)

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