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Curlew
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Curlew was an American avant-rock band which featured at various times such members as George Cartwright (saxes), Tom Cora (cello), Davey Williams (guitar), Ann Rupel (bass), Pippin Barnett (drums), Fred Chalenor (bass), Bill Laswell (bass), Nicky Skopelitis (guitar), and more.
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Curlew — Mercury Curlew — Mercury
(Cuneiform Rune 177, 2003, CD)
Curlew — Meet the Curlews! Curlew — Meet the Curlews!
(Cuneiform Rune 157, 2002, CD)
Curlew — Fabulous Drop Curlew — Fabulous Drop
(Cuneiform Rune 105, 1998, CD)
Curlew — Paradise Curlew — Paradise
(Cuneiform Rune 80, 1996, CD)
Curlew — A Beautiful Western Saddle Curlew — A Beautiful Western Saddle
(Cuneiform Rune 50, 1993, CD)
Curlew — Bee Curlew — Bee
(Cuneiform Rune 27, 1991, CD)
Curlew — Live in Berlin Curlew — Live in Berlin
(Cuneiform Rune 12, 1988/1990, CD)
Curlew — North America Curlew — North America
(Cuneiform Rune 167, 1985/2002, CD)
Curlew — Curlew Curlew — Curlew
(Landslide LD 1004, 1980, LP)

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