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Michel Banabila

Michel Banabila
Country
Netherlands
Profile
Michel Banabila is a Dutch composer and sound artist, born April 14, 1961, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He has worked extensively in soundtracks and music for theater.
Website
http://www.banabila.com
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Releases on file (7)
Michel Banabila — VoizNoiz - Urban Soundscapes Michel Banabila — VoizNoiz - Urban Soundscapes
(Steamin' Soundworks STEAM201, 1999/2018, 2LP / DL)
Banabila / Saka — 1993 Banabila / Saka — 1993
(Steamin’Soundworks, 1993/2018, DL)
Michel Banabila — Early Works - Things Popping up from the Past Michel Banabila — Early Works - Things Popping up from the Past
(Bureau B BB227, 1989/2016, CD / LP/ DL)
Michel Banabila — Des Traces Retrouvees 3 Michel Banabila — Des Traces Retrouvees 3
(Low Lands 01, 1987, MC)
Michel Banabila — Des Traces Retrouvees 2 Michel Banabila — Des Traces Retrouvees 2
(Trichord MB 300585, 1985, LP)
Michel Banabila — Des Traces Retrouvees Michel Banabila — Des Traces Retrouvees
(Trichord MB191084, 1984, LP)
Michel Banabila — Marilli Michel Banabila — Marilli
(Eduard Vingerhoets MAB 14046, 1983, LP)

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