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Lesli Dalaba

Lesli Dalaba
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Trumpet player Lesli Dalaba, a New York resident since 1978, was a member of Wayne Horvitz's, Elliott Sharp's and La Monte Young's ensembles. Despite keeping a low profile, throughout the 1980s she contributed to renovate the vocabulary of the instrument. Relocating to Seattle in 1989, she joined Jeff Greinke's Land and in 1996 formed Radio Chongching, inspired by a tour of China.
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Jeff Greinke — Before Sunrise Jeff Greinke — Before Sunrise
(Spotted Peccary SPM-3701, 2018, CD)
Eric Glick Rieman / Lesli Dalaba / Stuart Dempster — Lung Tree Eric Glick Rieman / Lesli Dalaba / Stuart Dempster — Lung Tree
(ReR Megacorp RDD, 2008/2005, CD)
Lesli Dalaba — Timelines Lesli Dalaba — Timelines
(Tzadik TZ 7713, 2004, CD)
Lesli Dalaba / Fred Frith / Eric Glick Rieman / Carla Kihlstedt — Dalaba Frith Glick Rieman Kihlstedt Lesli Dalaba / Fred Frith / Eric Glick Rieman / Carla Kihlstedt — Dalaba Frith Glick Rieman Kihlstedt
(Accretions ALP-030 CD, 2003, CD)
Land — Road Movies Land — Road Movies
(First World Music FWD01.09, 2001, CD)
Radio Chongching — Radio Chongching Radio Chongching — Radio Chongching
(First World Music FWD 99.04, 1999, CD)
Land — Archipelago Land — Archipelago
(Periplum P0040, 1997, CD)
Land — Land Land — Land
(Extreme XCD 032, 1995, CD)

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