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David Cross
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David Cross (born April 23, 1948 in Turnchapel near Plymouth, England) is an English electric violinist, best known for playing with progressive rock band King Crimson during the 70s.
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Cross & Quinn — Cold Sky Blue Cross & Quinn — Cold Sky Blue
(Esoteric Antenna EANTCD 1058, 2016, CD)
David Cross Band — Sign of the Crow David Cross Band — Sign of the Crow
(Noisy, 2016, CD)
Stick Men+ — Midori Stick Men+ — Midori
(Moonjune no#, 2015/2016, 2CD)
Stick Men+ — Midori - Live in Tokyo 2015 - Second Show Stick Men+ — Midori - Live in Tokyo 2015 - Second Show
( Iapetus no#, 2015, DL)
David Cross / Robert Fripp — Starless Starlight David Cross / Robert Fripp — Starless Starlight
(Noisy 007, 2015, CD)
David Cross Band — Alive in the Underworld David Cross Band — Alive in the Underworld
(Noisy 005, 2008, CD)
David Cross — Closer Than Skin David Cross — Closer Than Skin
(NOISY 003, 2005, CD)
David Cross — Exiles David Cross — Exiles
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0146, 1997, CD)
David Cross — Testing to Destruction David Cross — Testing to Destruction
(Inside Out Music IOM 001, 1994, CD)
Jade Warrior — Distant Echoes Jade Warrior — Distant Echoes
(CDR 106, 1993, CD)
David Cross — The Big Picture David Cross — The Big Picture
(Noisy 001, 1992/1999, CD)
David Cross — Memos from Purgatory David Cross — Memos from Purgatory
(Red Hot CDR 103, 1989, CD)
John Wetton — King's Road - 1972-1980 John Wetton — King's Road - 1972-1980
(E.G. Records EGCD 70, 1980/1987, CD)
Clearlight — Forever Blowing Bubbles Clearlight — Forever Blowing Bubbles
(Clearlight Music C8M-002, 1975/2000, CD)
King Crimson — USA King Crimson — USA
(Discipline KCSP12, 1975/2013, CD+DVD)
King Crimson — The Great Deceiver (Live 1973 - 1974) King Crimson — The Great Deceiver (Live 1973 - 1974)
(Discipline KC DIS1, 1974/1992, 4CD)
King Crimson — Red King Crimson — Red
(Discipline KCSP7, 1974/2009, CD+DVD)
King Crimson — Starless and Bible Black King Crimson — Starless and Bible Black
(Discipline KCSP6, 1974/2011, CD+DVD)
King Crimson — Larks' Tongues in Aspic King Crimson — Larks' Tongues in Aspic
(Discipline KCSP5, 1973/2012, CD+DVD)
King Crimson — The Night Watch King Crimson — The Night Watch
(Discipline DGM9707, 1973/1997, 2CD)

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