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Emily Bezar

Emily Bezar
Country
United States
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Emily Bezar is a singer, keyboardist and composer from San Francisco, California who balances her academic training (vocal and composition) with elements of rock, jazz, and electronic music.
Website
http://www.emilybezar.com
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Releases on file (9)
Emily Bezar — Out of the Moment Emily Bezar — Out of the Moment
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, CD / DL)
Emily Bezar — Fooled by Yesterday Emily Bezar — Fooled by Yesterday
(DemiVox DVX, 2011, CD)
Robert Rich — Ylang Robert Rich — Ylang
(Soundscape SP021, 2010, CD)
Emily Bezar — Exchange Emily Bezar — Exchange
(DemiVox DVX1000, 2008, CD)
Emily Bezar — The Rococo B-Sides Emily Bezar — The Rococo B-Sides
((Not on label) no#, 2005, DL)
Emily Bezar — Angels' Abacus Emily Bezar — Angels' Abacus
(DemiVox DVX899, 2004, CD)
Emily Bezar — Four Walls Bending Emily Bezar — Four Walls Bending
(DemiVox DVX799, 1999, CD)
Emily Bezar — Moon in Grenadine Emily Bezar — Moon in Grenadine
(DemiVox DVX699, 1996, CD)
Emily Bezar — Grandmother's Tea Leaves Emily Bezar — Grandmother's Tea Leaves
(Olio Records ORD599, 1993, CD)

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