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Jimmy Ågren

Jimmy Ågren
Country
Sweden
Profile
Jimmy Ågren is a guitarist born in Umeå, Sweden.
Website
http://www.jimmyagren.com
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Releases on file (12)
Jimmy Ågren — Honk Flap and Tease Jimmy Ågren — Honk Flap and Tease
(Garageland GRCD 057, 2017, CD)
Morgan Ågren — Batterie Deluxe Morgan Ågren — Batterie Deluxe
(Transubstans Records TRANSV31, 2015, LP)
Jimmy Ågren — Various Phobias Jimmy Ågren — Various Phobias
(Garageland GRCD 034, 2008, CD)
Mats / Morgan Band —  Heat Beats Live / Tourbook 1991 - 2007 Mats / Morgan Band — Heat Beats Live / Tourbook 1991 - 2007
(Cuneiform Rune 265/266, 2007/2008, CD+DVD)
Mats / Morgan Band — Thanks for Flying with Us Mats / Morgan Band — Thanks for Flying with Us
(Cuneiform Rune 215, 2005, CD)
Jimmy Ågren — Close Enough for Jazz Jimmy Ågren — Close Enough for Jazz
(UAE disc 16, 2003, CD)
Mats / Morgan Band — On Air with Guests Mats / Morgan Band — On Air with Guests
(Ultimate Audio UAE DISC 15, 2002, CD)
Jimmy Ågren — Glass Finger Ghost Jimmy Ågren — Glass Finger Ghost
(UAE disc 12, 2001, CD)
Mats / Morgan Band — Live Mats / Morgan Band — Live
(Cuneiform Rune 337, 2001/2011, CD)
Mats / Morgan Band — The Music or the Money? Mats / Morgan Band — The Music or the Money?
(Cuneiform Rune 301/302, 1997/2010, 2CD)
Jimmy Ågren — Get This into Your Head Jimmy Ågren — Get This into Your Head
(UAE disc 2, 1996, CD)
Mats / Morgan — Trends and Other Diseases Mats / Morgan — Trends and Other Diseases
(Ultimate Audio UAE DISC 1, 1996, CD)

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