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Djabe
Country
Hungary
Profile
Djabe is a folk-world-jazz-rock band from Hungary formed in 1996. In recent years they have frequently worked with Steve Hackett.
Website
http://www.djabe.com
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Releases on file (4)
Djabe Special Guest Steve Hackett — In the Footsteps of Attila and Genghis Djabe Special Guest Steve Hackett — In the Footsteps of Attila and Genghis
(Gramy Records GR-094, 2011, 2CD)
Djabe — Update Djabe — Update
(Gramy Records GR-099, 2001/2012, CD)
Djabe — Lay-A-Loya Djabe — Lay-A-Loya
(Gramy Records GR-017, 1999, CD)
Djabe — Djabe Djabe — Djabe
(Gramy Records GR 004, 1996, CD)

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