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Beth Custer

Beth Custer
Country
United States
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Beth Custer is a San Francisco based composer and performer who is also a member of Trance Mission.
Photo by Federico Cusigch
Website
http://bethcuster.com
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Releases on file (8)
Daevid Allen's University of Errors  — e²x10=Tenure Daevid Allen's University of Errors — e²x10=Tenure
(Innerspace innerSPACE 7715, 2001, CD)
Trance Mission — A Day out of Time Trance Mission — A Day out of Time
(City of Tribes COTCD-022, 1999, CD)
Beth Custer — In the Broken Fields Where I Lie Beth Custer — In the Broken Fields Where I Lie
(BC2, 1999, CD)
Trance Mission — Head Light Trance Mission — Head Light
(City of Tribes COTCD11, 1996, CD)
Trance Mission — Meanwhile... Trance Mission — Meanwhile...
(City of Tribes COTCD-005, 1995, CD)
Beth Custer — The Shirt I Slept In Beth Custer — The Shirt I Slept In
(BC1, 1995, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — A Return to the Inner Experience Sky Cries Mary — A Return to the Inner Experience
(Hoodooh Music HD001, 1993/2004, CD)
Trance Mission — Trance Mission Trance Mission — Trance Mission
(City of Tribes COTCD-002, 1992, CD)

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