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Channel Light Vessel
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Channel Light Vessel was formed after Bill Nelson worked with Roger Eno and Kate St. John on their album The Familiar. The three recruited Laraaji (keyboards, zither, percussion) and Mayumi Tachibana (cello) and recorded Automatic (1994). A second album was released in 1996 without Tachibana.
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Channel Light Vessel — Excellent Spirits Channel Light Vessel — Excellent Spirits
(Hannibal HNCD 1514, 1996/2008, CD)
Channel Light Vessel — Automatic Channel Light Vessel — Automatic
(Hannibal HNCD 1501, 1994/2005, CD)

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