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Rick Biddulph

Rick Biddulph
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England
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Rick Biddulph is an English musician who has worked with a great number of bands, many in the Canterbury Scene, including Spirogyra, National Health, Stewart & Gaskin, and Mirage.
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Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin — Hour Moon Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin — Hour Moon
(Broken BRCDEP-01, 2009, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Parabolic Versions Hugh Hopper — Parabolic Versions
(Voiceprint VP209CD, 2000, CD)
Mirage — Live 14.12.94 Mirage — Live 14.12.94
(Mirage MM001CD, 1995, 2CD)
Rick Biddulph — Second Nature Rick Biddulph — Second Nature
(Voiceprint VP178, 1994, CD)
Anaïd — Four Years Anaïd — Four Years
(AYAA Disques JMEC1991, 1991, CD)
Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin — The Big Idea Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin — The Big Idea
(Rykodisc RCD 20172, 1990, CD)
Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin — Up from the Dark Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin — Up from the Dark
(Rykodisc RCD 10011, 1986, CD)
National Health — Of Queues and Cures National Health — Of Queues and Cures
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2130, 1978/2009, CD)
Spirogyra — Bells, Boots and Shambles Spirogyra — Bells, Boots and Shambles
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2412, 1973/2013, CD)
Spirogyra — Old Boot Wine Spirogyra — Old Boot Wine
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2411, 1972/2013, CD)

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