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Gary Boyle

Gary Boyle
Gary Winston Boyle is a British guitarist and vocalist, born 24 November 1941, Patna, Bihar, India. After a stint with Brian Auger, he formed the fusion group Isotope, then concentrated on solo releases.
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Gary Boyle — GAmes Gary Boyle — GAmes
(Red Kite RKRCD004, 2003, CD)
Gary Boyle — Triple Echo Gary Boyle — Triple Echo
(The Jazz Label TJL004, 1994, CD)
Gary Boyle — Step Out Gary Boyle — Step Out
(Pick Up PULP 80 305, 1980, LP)
Gary Boyle — Electric Gllide Gary Boyle — Electric Gllide
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2308, 1978/2012, CD)
Gary Boyle —  The Dancer Gary Boyle — The Dancer
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2307, 1977/2012, CD)
Isotope and Gary Boyle — Live at the BBC Isotope and Gary Boyle — Live at the BBC
(Hux Records 048, 1977/2004, CD)
Isotope — Deep End Isotope — Deep End
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2274, 1975/2011, CD)
Isotope — Illusion Isotope — Illusion
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2273, 1974/2011, CD)
Isotope — Isotope Isotope — Isotope
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2272, 1974/2011, CD)
Stomu Yamash'ta's East Wind — One by One Stomu Yamash'ta's East Wind — One by One
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2083, 1974/2008, CD)
Stomu Yamash'ta's East Wind — Freedom Is Frightening Stomu Yamash'ta's East Wind — Freedom Is Frightening
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2087, 1973/2008, CD)
Stomu Yamash'ta's Red Buddha Theatre — The Soundtrack from Stomu Yamash'ta's Red Buddha Theatre — The Soundtrack from "The Man from the East"
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2082, 1973/2008, CD)
Bert Jansch — Moonshine Bert Jansch — Moonshine
(Sanctuary Records CMRCD112, 1972/2001, CD)
The Keith Tippett Group — Dedicated to You, but You Weren't Listening The Keith Tippett Group — Dedicated to You, but You Weren't Listening
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2367, 1971/2013, CD)
Brian Auger and the Trinity — Befour Brian Auger and the Trinity — Befour
(Castle Music CMRCD 1054, 1970/2004, CD)
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity — Open Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity — Open
(Sanctuary Records Castle Music CMRCD 978, 1967/2004, CD)

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