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David Sancious

David Sancious
Country
United States
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David Sancious is an American musician, best known for playing keyboards and guitar for a variety of other artists in both pop and jazz. In the 70s he formed a fusion group called Tone.
Website
http://davidsancious.com
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Releases on file (24)
David Sancious — Eyes Wide Open David Sancious — Eyes Wide Open
(Headstrong Media no#, 2020, CD / DL)
Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Tribute to Keith Emerson & Greg Lake Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Tribute to Keith Emerson & Greg Lake
(Cleopatra no#, 2020, CD / DL)
Jeff Berlin — Joe Frazier - Round 3 Jeff Berlin — Joe Frazier - Round 3
(JBMG, 2018, 12")
Various Artists — A Life in Yes - The Chris Squire Tribute Various Artists — A Life in Yes - The Chris Squire Tribute
(Purple Pyramid no#, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
The Prog Collective — The Prog Collective The Prog Collective — The Prog Collective
(Purple Pyramid CLP9904, 2012, CD)
David Sancious — Cinema David Sancious — Cinema
(Not By Sight NBS002, 2004, CD)
Peter Gabriel — Up Peter Gabriel — Up
(Geffen Records 0694933882, 2002, CD)
Tony Levin — Waters of Eden Tony Levin — Waters of Eden
(Narada 72438-49132-2-9, 2000, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Taxi Bryan Ferry — Taxi
(Reprise 9 45246-2, 1993, CD)
Peter Gabriel — Passion Peter Gabriel — Passion
(Geffen Records 9 24206-2, 1989, CD)
Stanley Clarke — Hideaway Stanley Clarke — Hideaway
(Epic EK 40275, 1986, CD)
Didier Lockwood — The Kid Didier Lockwood — The Kid
(Polydor 821 897-2, 1983/1990, CD)
Jon Anderson — Animation Jon Anderson — Animation
(Atlantic SD 19355, 1982, LP)
David Sancious — The Bridge David Sancious — The Bridge
(Elektra E1-60130, 1981, LP)
Jack Bruce and Friends — I've Always Wanted to Do This Jack Bruce and Friends — I've Always Wanted to Do This
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2073, 1980/2008, CD)
David Sancious — Just As I Thought David Sancious — Just As I Thought
(One Way 34526, 1979/2001, CD)
David Sancious and Tone — True Stories David Sancious and Tone — True Stories
(One Way 34527, 1978/2001, CD)
David Sancious — Dance of the Age of Enlightenment David Sancious — Dance of the Age of Enlightenment
(Arista AL 4130, 1977, LP)
David Sancious — David Sancious David Sancious — David Sancious
(Chelsea CHL-548, 1976, LP)
Stanley Clarke — School Days Stanley Clarke — School Days
(Epic EK 36975, 1976/2005, CD)
David Sancious and Tone — Transformation (The Speed of Love) David Sancious and Tone — Transformation (The Speed of Love)
(Wounded Bird WOU-3939, 1976/2003, CD)
Lenny White — Venusian Summer Lenny White — Venusian Summer
(Wounded Bird WOU 435, 1976/2001, CD)
David Sancious — Forest of Feelings David Sancious — Forest of Feelings
(Epic KE 33441, 1975, LP)
Stanley Clarke — Journey to Love Stanley Clarke — Journey to Love
(Epic EK 36974, 1975/2005, CD)

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