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Tsuboy Akihisa

Tsuboy Akihisa
Country
Japan
Profile
Tsuboy Akihisa (壷井彰久) is a Japanese violinist and composer, best known as a member of the band KBB.
Website
http://tsuboy.internet.ne.jp
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (10)
KBB — Age of Pain KBB — Age of Pain
(Arcangelo ARC-1162, 2013, CD)
Korekyojinn with Tsuboy Akihisa — Doldrums Korekyojinn with Tsuboy Akihisa — Doldrums
(Magaibutsu MGC-41, 2011, CD)
Koenjihyakkei — 070531 Koenjihyakkei — 070531
(Magaibutsu MGDV-04, 2008, DVD)
KBB — Proof of Concept KBB — Proof of Concept
(Musea FGBG 4722.AR, 2007, CD)
A Triggering Myth — The Remedy of Abstraction A Triggering Myth — The Remedy of Abstraction
(Laser's Edge LE 1044, 2006, CD)
Interpose+ — Interpose+ Interpose+ — Interpose+
(Musea FGBG 461.AR, 2005, CD)
KBB — Live 2004 KBB — Live 2004
(Musea FGBG 4598.AR, 2005, CD)
KBB — Four Corner's Sky KBB — Four Corner's Sky
(Musea FGBG 4501.AR, 2003, CD)
KBB — Lost & Found KBB — Lost & Found
(Musea FGBG 4363.AR, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Un Voyage en Progressif Vol. 5 Various Artists — Un Voyage en Progressif Vol. 5
(Musea FGBG 4374.AR, 2000, CD)

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