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Tom Dyer

Tom Dyer
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Tom Dyer is a musician, composer, and record label head (Green Monkey Records) based in Olympia, Washington. His music spans various styles of rock, Americana, and avant-garde.
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http://www.greenmonkeyrecords.com
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Releases on file (7)
Tom Dyer — 1 + 1 = ? Tom Dyer — 1 + 1 = ?
(Green Monkey GM1055, 2019, CD / DL)
Tom Dyer and the True Olympians — 12 New Recordings Tom Dyer and the True Olympians — 12 New Recordings
(Green Monkey GM1047, 2018, CD)
Tom Dyer's New Pagan Gods — History of Northwest Rock Vol. 1 1959-1968 Tom Dyer's New Pagan Gods — History of Northwest Rock Vol. 1 1959-1968
(Green Monkey GM1031, 2015, CD)
Tom Dyer — I Ain't Blue Anymore Tom Dyer — I Ain't Blue Anymore
(Green Monkey GM 1015, 2013, CD)
Tom Dyer — Songs from Academia Vol 1: Songs with Singing, 1981​-​2009 Tom Dyer — Songs from Academia Vol 1: Songs with Singing, 1981​-​2009
(Green Monkey GM1002, 2009, CD / DL)
Tom Dyer — Songs from Academia Vol 2: Instrumental and Spoken Word, 1980​-​2008 Tom Dyer — Songs from Academia Vol 2: Instrumental and Spoken Word, 1980​-​2008
(Green Monkey GM1003, 2008/2010, CD / DL)
The Colorplates — Agony and Ecstasy The Colorplates — Agony and Ecstasy
(Green Monkey GM 1017, 1982/2013, CD)

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