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David Bagsby / Xen

David Bagsby / Xen
Country
United States
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David Bagsby is a Cherokee musician, film maker, photographer and composer born in Tulsa, OK. Some of his solo work is released under the name Xen.
Website
http://bagsby-com
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Releases on file (7)
David Bagsby — Hallucinographs David Bagsby — Hallucinographs
(Esotericity ESTCD26, 2006, CD)
David Bagsby — Syllogisms David Bagsby — Syllogisms
(Esotericity ESTCD24, 2005, CD)
David Bagsby — Translator David Bagsby — Translator
(*, 2000, 2CD)
Various Artists — To Canterbury and Beyond - A Tribute to the Canterbury Scene Various Artists — To Canterbury and Beyond - A Tribute to the Canterbury Scene
(Mellow MMP 361 A/B, 1999, 2CD)
David Bagsby — Transphoria David Bagsby — Transphoria
(Mellow MMP 386, 1996/1999, CD)
Xen — Xen Xen — Xen
(Esotericity Music ESTCD2, 1995, CD)
David Bagsby — Ephemeron David Bagsby — Ephemeron
(EST015, 1993, MC)

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