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Lindsay Cooper

Lindsay Cooper
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Lindsay Cooper (3 March 1951 – 18 September 2013) was an English bassoon and oboe player, composer and political activist. Best known for her work with the band Henry Cow, she was also a member of Comus, National Health, News from Babel and David Thomas and the Pedestrians.
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Comus — Out of the Coma Comus — Out of the Coma
(Coptic Cat NIFE 014CD, 2012, CD)
Rova — Bingo Rova — Bingo
(Victo CD 056, 1997, CD)
Lindsay Cooper & Charles Gray — Pia Mater Lindsay Cooper & Charles Gray — Pia Mater
(Resurgence RES124CD, 1997, CD)
Tim Hodgkinson — Each in Our Own Thoughts Tim Hodgkinson — Each in Our Own Thoughts
(Megaphone MEGA 014, 1994, CD)
Robert Wyatt — Flotsam Jetsam Robert Wyatt — Flotsam Jetsam
(Rough Trade R3112, 1994, CD)
Lindsay Cooper — Oh Moscow Lindsay Cooper — Oh Moscow
(Victo CD015, 1991, CD)
Lindsay Cooper — Music of Other Occasions Lindsay Cooper — Music of Other Occasions
(No Man's Land nml 8603, 1986/1990, CD)
Lindsay Cooper — The Gold Diggers Lindsay Cooper — The Gold Diggers
(Sync Pulse 0617, 1983, LP)
Various Artists — Recommended Records Sampler Various Artists — Recommended Records Sampler
(Recommended Records (RéR) ReR 25A/B, 1982/2009, 2CD)
Lindsay Cooper — Rags Lindsay Cooper — Rags
(Recommended Records (RéR) R?/arc, 1980/1983, LP)
Henry Cow — A Cow Cabinet of Curiosities Henry Cow — A Cow Cabinet of Curiosities
(ReR Megacorp HC1000, 1978/2009, CD)
Henry Cow — The Road: Volumes 6-10 Henry Cow — The Road: Volumes 6-10
(ReR Megacorp HC 41, 1978/2008, 4CD+DVD)
Henry Cow — The Studio: Volumes 1-5 Henry Cow — The Studio: Volumes 1-5
(ReR Megacorp ReR HC 42, 1978/2008, 5CD)
Henry Cow — Western Culture Henry Cow — Western Culture
(ReR Megacorp hc 4, 1978/2001, CD)
Henry Cow — Concerts Henry Cow — Concerts
(ReR Megacorp HC 5 & 6, 1976/2006, 2CD)
Henry Cow — The Road: Volumes 1-5 Henry Cow — The Road: Volumes 1-5
(ReR Megacorp HC 40, 1976/2008, 5CD)
Slapp Happy / Henry Cow — Desperate Straights Slapp Happy / Henry Cow — Desperate Straights
(ReR Megacorp HCSH1, 1975/2004, CD)
Steve Hillage — Fish Rising Steve Hillage — Fish Rising
(Virgin CDVR2031, 1975/2007, CD)
Egg — The Civil Surface Egg — The Civil Surface
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2003, 1974/2007, CD)
Mike Oldfield — Hergest Ridge Mike Oldfield — Hergest Ridge
(Caroline CAR 49368, 1974/2000, CD)
Comus — To Keep from Crying Comus — To Keep from Crying
(Strange Days WAS-1068, 1974/2005, CD)
Henry Cow — Unrest Henry Cow — Unrest
(ReR Megacorp HC 2, 1974/1999, CD)
Mike Oldfield — Tubular Bells Mike Oldfield — Tubular Bells
(Virgin CDVX2001, 1973/1998, CD)

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