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Ivann Cruz

Ivann Cruz
Country
France
Profile
Ivann Cruz is a French jazz guitarist who has worked with various other artists, many associated with the Circum Grand Orchestra, such as TOC.
Website
http://toc-music.com
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (9)
Philip Zoubek / Ivann Cruz / Marcin Witkowski — Radium Philip Zoubek / Ivann Cruz / Marcin Witkowski — Radium
(Circum-Disc Helix LX015, 2019, CD)
Maciej Garbowski / Ivann Cruz / Peter Orins  — Lines of Flux Maciej Garbowski / Ivann Cruz / Peter Orins — Lines of Flux
(Circum-Disc Microcidi013, 2018, CD)
TOC — Will Never Play These Songs Again TOC — Will Never Play These Songs Again
(Circum-Disc no#, 2018, CD / LP)
Ivann Cruz — Lignes de Fuite Ivann Cruz — Lignes de Fuite
(Circum-Disc LX010, 2017, CD)
TOC — Air Bump TOC — Air Bump
(Circum-Disc CIDI1601, 2016, CD)
Ternoy / Cruz / Orins — Qeqertarsuatsiaat Ternoy / Cruz / Orins — Qeqertarsuatsiaat
(Circum-Disc CIDI1501, 2016, CD)
Circum Grand Orchestra — 12 Circum Grand Orchestra — 12
(Circum-Disc CIDI 1401, 2014, CD)
TOC — Haircut TOC — Haircut
(Circum-Disc CIDI1404, 2014, CD / LP)
Ternoy / Cruz / Orins — Le Gorille Ternoy / Cruz / Orins — Le Gorille
(Circum-Disc microcidi001, 2009, CD)

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