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Andrew Booker

Andrew Booker
Country
England
Profile
Andrew Booker is a British drummer and vocalist best known for his work with Tim Bowness (in Bowness's solo band, No-Man and in Henry Fool) and with ex-Yes guitarist Peter Banks (in the improvising band Harmony in Diversity). He is also a member of Sanguine Hum.
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http://andrewbooker.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (10)
Sanguine Hum — Now We Have Light Sanguine Hum — Now We Have Light
(Esoteric Recordings EANTCD 20142, 2015, 2CD)
Tim Bowness — Stupid Things That Mean the World Tim Bowness — Stupid Things That Mean the World
(Inside Out Music OMLTDCD 425, 2015, 2CD)
Peter Banks's Harmony in Diversity — The Complete Recordings Peter Banks's Harmony in Diversity — The Complete Recordings
(Cherry Red PBME004, 2013/2018, 6CD)
Darkroom — Gravity's Dirty Work Darkroom — Gravity's Dirty Work
(Burning Shed bshed 1303, 2013, CD)
Sanguine Hum — The Weight of the World Sanguine Hum — The Weight of the World
(Esoteric Recordings EANTCD1014, 2013, CD)
No-Man — Love and Endings No-Man — Love and Endings
(Burning Shed bshed1201, 2012, CD+DVD)
No-Man — Schoolyard Ghosts No-Man — Schoolyard Ghosts
(Kscope kscope103, 2008, CD)
Darkroom — Some of These Numbers Mean Something Darkroom — Some of These Numbers Mean Something
(Burning Shed bshed 0408, 2008, CD)
David Cross / Andrew Booker — Ends Meeting David Cross / Andrew Booker — Ends Meeting
(The Right Honourable Recording Company Ltd noisy 009, 2006/2018, CD / DL)
Andrew Booker — Ahead Andrew Booker — Ahead
(EA Records CD1, 1996, CD)

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