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Greg Segal

Greg Segal
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Greg Eric Segal is a Portland, Oregon based multi-intrumentalist, singer, and composer operating as a solo artist, or through his work as guitarist with Paper Bag, Jugalbandi, Cold Sky, Dog Neutral, and various collaborations. His numerous releases cover a diverse range of music from rock with vocals and lyrics, instrumental rock, space rock, progressive, experimental, ambient and industrial sounds.
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http://gregsegal.com
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Releases on file (25)
Manna / Mirage — Face Manna / Mirage — Face
(New House Music NH07, 2020, CD)
Greg Segal — 33 Greg Segal — 33
(gregsegal.com (no #), 2018, CD)
Manna / Mirage — Rest of the World Manna / Mirage — Rest of the World
(New House Music NH05, 2018, CD)
Greg Segal with Friends — Visible Greg Segal with Friends — Visible
(Bandcamp no#, 2018, CD / DL)
Greg Segal with Friends — Invisible Ground of Sympathy Greg Segal with Friends — Invisible Ground of Sympathy
(Phantom Airship no#, 2017, CD)
Greg Segal — Birds Greg Segal — Birds
(Phantom Airship no#, 2016, CD)
Greg Segal — Energies Coarse and Fine Greg Segal — Energies Coarse and Fine
(Phantom Airship no#, 2016, CD)
Greg Segal — Moving Greg Segal — Moving
(Bandcamp no#, 2016, DL)
Greg Segal — Toad Is the Uncle of Heaven Greg Segal — Toad Is the Uncle of Heaven
(Phantom Airship no#, 2016, CD)
Greg Segal — A Handful of Ashes Greg Segal — A Handful of Ashes
(Phantom Airship , 2015, CD)
Greg Segal — Beauty Sleep Greg Segal — Beauty Sleep
(Phantom Airship , 2015, CD)
Eric Wallack / Greg Segal — Asleep or Somewhere Else Eric Wallack / Greg Segal — Asleep or Somewhere Else
(Bandcamp no#, 2006, CD / DL)
Greg Segal — Tales of Today Will Be Tales of Long Ago Greg Segal — Tales of Today Will Be Tales of Long Ago
(Bandcamp no#, 2006/2014, DL)
Greg Segal — A Play of Light and Shadow Greg Segal — A Play of Light and Shadow
(Bandcamp no#, 2005/2014, DL)
Greg Segal — The Old Familiar Place Greg Segal — The Old Familiar Place
(Bandcamp no#, 2005/2014, DL)
Greg Segal — Adventures of Forever and Nowhere Greg Segal — Adventures of Forever and Nowhere
(Bandcamp no#, 2004, DL)
Greg Segal / Chrissy Barr — Intext Greg Segal / Chrissy Barr — Intext
(Bandcamp no#, 2003/2015, DL)
Greg Segal — In Search of the Fantastic Greg Segal — In Search of the Fantastic
(Bandcamp no#, 2002/2015, DL)
Jugalbandi — The Cram and Stuff Method Jugalbandi — The Cram and Stuff Method
(Bandcamp no#, 2000/2015, DL)
Jugalbandi — The View Is Always Better from the Top of the Food Chain Jugalbandi — The View Is Always Better from the Top of the Food Chain
(Bandcamp no#, 2000/2014, DL)
Jugalbandi — Yellow Star Mailing List Jugalbandi — Yellow Star Mailing List
(Bandcamp no#, 2000/2014, DL)
Greg Segal — Always Look on the Dark Side of Life Greg Segal — Always Look on the Dark Side of Life
(Bandcamp no#, 1993/2015, DL)
Cold Sky — The King of Illusion Variations Cold Sky — The King of Illusion Variations
(Bandcamp no#, 1990/2007, DL)
Cold Sky — Live at Be-Bop Records, 2/8/89 Cold Sky — Live at Be-Bop Records, 2/8/89
(Bandcamp no#, 1989/2014, DL)
Greg Segal — A Man Who Was Here Greg Segal — A Man Who Was Here
(Bandcamp no#, 1985/2014, DL)

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