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Dave Weckl

Dave Weckl
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http://www.daveweckl.com
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Oz Noy Trio — Asian Twistz - Live in Asia Oz Noy Trio — Asian Twistz - Live in Asia
(Abstract Logix ABLX 048, 2015, CD)
Oz Noy — Twisted Blues Volume 2 Oz Noy — Twisted Blues Volume 2
(Abstract Logix ABLX043, 2014, CD)
Antoine Fafard — Solus Operandi Antoine Fafard — Solus Operandi
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5076, 2011, CD)
Oz Noy — Schizophrenic Oz Noy — Schizophrenic
(Magnatude MTX-2317-2, 2009, CD)
Dave Weckl Band — The Rhythm of the Soul Dave Weckl Band — The Rhythm of the Soul
(Stretch Records SCD-9016-2, 1998, CD)
The Chick Corea Elektric Band — The Chick Corea Elektric Band The Chick Corea Elektric Band — The Chick Corea Elektric Band
(GRP-D-9535, 1986, CD)

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Carl Weingarten - The Acoustic Shadow – For fifteen years or so, guitarist Carl Weingarten has been active, releasing several albums under his own name, and collaborating on several more with the likes of Joe Venegoni, Kit Watkins, Walter...  (1995) » Read more

The Tunnel Singer - Undercurrents – The theme of this latest offering – the ninth from Lee Ellen Shoemaker, aka The Tunnel Singer – is various deep water undercurrents, with appropriately named titles like “Cedros...  (2011) » Read more

Bon - To the Bone – Bon Lozaga is a talented guitarist related to the Gong axis tenuously through the Pierre Moerlen side. This is his new album, joined by guests like David Torn and other Moerlen's Gong musicians....  (1997) » Read more

Dogma - Twin Sunrise – Dogma are certainly given ample help on their sophomore release: strings, a choir, a flute player and four vocalists appear this time round. Don't let the vocalists scare you. Well, not too much,...  (1997) » Read more

Henry Cow - Unrest – While the late 80s reissue of Henry Cow’s second album was not accompanied by a large dose of irregular remixing (as had been the case for the first and third), it still suffered from some more...  (1999) » Read more



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