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Jeremy Cubert

Jeremy Cubert
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United States
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Jeremy Cubert is an American multi-instrumentalist. In addition to recording under his own name, he has worked with the bands Zapotec and Apothecary.
Website
http://jeremycubert.bandcamp.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (8)
Apothecary — That's What You Get for Talking Apothecary — That's What You Get for Talking
((Not on label) 885007534099, 2015, CD)
Anderson / Wakeman — The Living Tree Anderson / Wakeman — The Living Tree
(Gonzo Multimedia HST050CD, 2010, CD)
Apothecary — Not Just Loud Apothecary — Not Just Loud
((Not on label) 884501277556, 2010, CD)
Apothecary — Apothecary Apothecary — Apothecary
((Not on label) no#, 2007, CD)
The Archaic Revival — Transformation Number Nine The Archaic Revival — Transformation Number Nine
(, 2002, CD)
Jeremy Cubert Project — From A to B Jeremy Cubert Project — From A to B
(Psycho-Audible PA-0003, 2000, CD)
Acoustic Tales  — The Archaic Revival Acoustic Tales — The Archaic Revival
(Psycho-Audible PA-0002, 1999, CD)
Zapotec — Alpha Centuri Zapotec — Alpha Centuri
(Psycho-Audible PA-0001, 1998, CD)

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