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Annie Whitehead

Annie Whitehead
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Annie Whitehead (born 16 July 1955 in Oldham, Lancashire) is an English jazz trombone player. She has worked with Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath, National Health, Carla Bley, Robert Wyatt, Joan Armatrading, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, Chris Rea, Bill Wyman, Elvis Costello, Jah Wobble, and others.
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Various Artists — Weasels Re-Ripped Various Artists — Weasels Re-Ripped
(Cordelia Records CD062, 2015, CD)
Robert Wyatt — Comicopera Robert Wyatt — Comicopera
(Domino WIGCD202, 2007, CD)
Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Conspiracy Theories Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Conspiracy Theories
(Moonjune MJR013, 2007, CD)
The Wrong Object — Platform One The Wrong Object — Platform One
(Jazzprint JPVP138CD, 2007, CD)
Robert Wyatt — Cuckooland Robert Wyatt — Cuckooland
(Hannibal HNCD1468, 2003, CD)
Various Artists — Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt Various Artists — Soupsongs Live: The Music of Robert Wyatt
(Jazzprint JPVP101CD, 2002, 2CD)
Zappatistas — Absolutely Live Zappatistas — Absolutely Live
(Jazzprint JPVP 122CD, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Jazzprint Sampler 2001 Various Artists — Jazzprint Sampler 2001
(Jazzprint JPVP999CD, 2001, CD)
Annie Whitehead — Naked Annie Whitehead — Naked
(Voiceprint LCVP129CD, 2000, CD)
Paul Dunmall Octet — Bebop Starburst Paul Dunmall Octet — Bebop Starburst
(Cuneiform Rune 112, 1999, CD)
Annie Whitehead — Home Annie Whitehead — Home
(Voiceprint LCVP102CD, 1999, CD)
Elton Dean's Newsense — Elton Dean's Newsense Elton Dean's Newsense — Elton Dean's Newsense
(SLAMCD 229, 1998, CD)
Robert Wyatt — Shleep Robert Wyatt — Shleep
(Thirsty Ear thi 57040.2, 1997, CD)
Robert Wyatt — Flotsam Jetsam Robert Wyatt — Flotsam Jetsam
(Rough Trade R3112, 1994, CD)
Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Union Cafe Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Union Cafe
(Zopf ZOPFD-001, 1993, CD)
National Health — D.S. al Coda National Health — D.S. al Coda
(Blueprint BP129CD, 1982/2001, CD)
Jakko — Silesia Jakko — Silesia
(Chiswick 0067 082, 1982, LP)

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