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Air Craft
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Air Craft was the quartet of Doug McKeehan (piano/keys), T.Bruce Bowers (violin), Myron Dove (electric bass) and Jack Dorsey (drums), the ensemble produced one album So Near, So Far on the Catero label in 1985
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http://craftedair.com
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Air Craft — So Near, So Far Air Craft — So Near, So Far
(Craftedair CA 30100, 1985/2015, CD)

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