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Leo Abrahams

Leo Abrahams
Country
England
Profile
British musician, composer and producer, born in 1977 in Camden, London, UK.
Website
http://leoabrahams.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (16)
Brian Eno — The Ship Brian Eno — The Ship
(Warp Records WARPCD272X, 2016, CD)
Leo Abrahams — Daylight Leo Abrahams — Daylight
(Lo Records, 2015, CD)
Eno - Hyde — High Life Eno - Hyde — High Life
(Warp Records WARPCD255, 2014, CD)
Leo Abrahams — Zero Sum Leo Abrahams — Zero Sum
(Palomino, 2013, CD)
Brian Eno — Lux Brian Eno — Lux
(Warp Records WARPCD231, 2012, CD)
Brian Eno and the Words of Rick Holland  — Drums between the Bells Brian Eno and the Words of Rick Holland — Drums between the Bells
(Warp Records WARPCD214, 2011, CD)
Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams — Small Craft on a Milk Sea Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams — Small Craft on a Milk Sea
(Warp Records WARPCD207, 2010, CD)
Leo Abrahams — The Grape and the Grain Leo Abrahams — The Grape and the Grain
(TAO 026, 2009, CD)
David Byrne & Brian Eno — Everything That Happens Will Happen Today David Byrne & Brian Eno — Everything That Happens Will Happen Today
(Todomundo TODO 002, 2008, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Dylanesque Bryan Ferry — Dylanesque
(Virgin CDV3026, 2007, CD)
Leo Abrahams — The Unrest Cure Leo Abrahams — The Unrest Cure
(Mercury 1737167, 2007, CD)
K Leimer — The Useless Lesson K Leimer — The Useless Lesson
(Palace of Lights PoL o7o1, 2007, CD)
Leo Abrahams — Scene Memory Leo Abrahams — Scene Memory
(Bip Hop BLEEP 33, 2006, CD)
Brian Eno — Another Day on Earth Brian Eno — Another Day on Earth
(Hannibal HNCD1475, 2005, CD)
Leo Abrahams — Honeytrap Leo Abrahams — Honeytrap
(TAO 012, 2005, CD)
Brian Eno & Peter Schwalm — Drawn from Life Brian Eno & Peter Schwalm — Drawn from Life
(Astralwerks ASW10148-2, 2001, CD)

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