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Dewa Budjana

Dewa Budjana
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Indonesia
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I Dewa Gede Budjana or Dewa Budjana (born August 30, 1963 in Waikabubak) is an Indonesian guitarist, songwriter and composer. He is the lead guitarist and songwriter of the band Gigi. Budjana's style changed dramatically to jazz as he got to know John McLaughlin, Pat Metheny, Jeff Beck, John Abercrombie, Chick Corea and Weather Report. In his early experience, he established a band called Squirrell which was popular in the local community.
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http://dewabudjana.com
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Dewa Budjana & Tohpati — Janapati Dewa Budjana & Tohpati — Janapati
(Moonjune no#, 2019, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Mahandini Dewa Budjana — Mahandini
(Moonjune MJR, 2018, CD / DL)
Beledo — Dreamland Mechanism Beledo — Dreamland Mechanism
(Moonjune MJR077, 2016, CD)
Savoldelli / Casarano / Bardoscia — The Great Jazz Gig in the Sky Savoldelli / Casarano / Bardoscia — The Great Jazz Gig in the Sky
(Moonjune MJR079, 2016, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Zentuary Dewa Budjana — Zentuary
(Favored Nations FN 2880, 2016, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Hasta Karma Dewa Budjana — Hasta Karma
(Moonjune MJR070, 2015, CD)
Yagull — Kai Yagull — Kai
(Moonjune MJR067, 2015, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Surya Namaskar Dewa Budjana — Surya Namaskar
(Moonjune MJR063, 2014, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Dawai in Paradise Dewa Budjana — Dawai in Paradise
(Moonjune MJR051, 2013, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Joged Kahyangan Dewa Budjana — Joged Kahyangan
(Moonjune MJR059, 2013, CD)

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