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John Etheridge

John Etheridge
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England
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John M.G. Etheridge (born January 12, 1948 in Lambeth, London, England) is a British jazz and rock guitarist, who has worked with Darryl Way's Wolf, Soft Machine, Whatever, and others.
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http://johnetheridge.com
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Releases on file (24)
Soft Machine — Hidden Details Soft Machine — Hidden Details
(Moonjune MJR093, 2018, CD / DL)
Nik Turner — Space Fusion Odyssey Nik Turner — Space Fusion Odyssey
(Cleopatra CLP2302, 2015, CD)
Various Artists — Weasels Re-Ripped Various Artists — Weasels Re-Ripped
(Cordelia Records CD062, 2015, CD)
Soft Machine Legacy — Burden of Proof Soft Machine Legacy — Burden of Proof
(Moonjune MJR052, 2013, CD)
Soft Machine Legacy — Live Adventures Soft Machine Legacy — Live Adventures
(Moonjune MJR036, 2011, CD)
Soft Machine Legacy — Steam Soft Machine Legacy — Steam
(Moonjune MJR016, 2007, CD)
Soft Machine Legacy — Live at the New Morning Soft Machine Legacy — Live at the New Morning
(INAK 9076 2CD, 2006, 2CD)
Soft Machine Legacy — Soft Machine Legacy Soft Machine Legacy — Soft Machine Legacy
(Moonjune MJR008, 2006, CD)
Soft Machine Legacy — Live in Zaandaam Soft Machine Legacy — Live in Zaandaam
(Moonjune MJR006, 2005, CD)
John Etheridge — Chasing Shadows John Etheridge — Chasing Shadows
(Dyad DY 023, 2003, CD)
Zappatistas — Absolutely Live Zappatistas — Absolutely Live
(Jazzprint JPVP 122CD, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Jazzprint Sampler 2001 Various Artists — Jazzprint Sampler 2001
(Jazzprint JPVP999CD, 2001, CD)
Theo Travis — Secret Island Theo Travis — Secret Island
(33JAZZ033, 1996, CD)
John Etheridge — Ash John Etheridge — Ash
(Jazzprint JPVP102CD, 1994/2001, CD)
Elton Dean — Two's and Three's Elton Dean — Two's and Three's
(Voiceprint VP167CD, 1994, CD)
Andy Summers / John Etheridge — Invisible Threads Andy Summers / John Etheridge — Invisible Threads
(Favored Nations FNA5030-2, 1993/2002, CD)
Danny Thompson & Whatever — Elemental Danny Thompson & Whatever — Elemental
(Island Records Antilles ANCD 8753, 1990, CD)
2nd Vision (John Etheridge / Ric Sanders) — First Steps (2nd Vision) 2nd Vision (John Etheridge / Ric Sanders) — First Steps (2nd Vision)
(Blueprint BP341CD, 1980/2000, CD)
Didier Lockwood — New World Didier Lockwood — New World
(Polydor 821 880-2, 1979/1990, CD)
Soft Machine — Alive and Well and Recorded in Paris Soft Machine — Alive and Well and Recorded in Paris
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 22234, 1978/2010, 2CD)
Soft Machine — Softs Soft Machine — Softs
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2202, 1976/2010, CD)
Darryl Way's Wolf — Night Music Darryl Way's Wolf — Night Music
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2064, 1974/2008, CD)
Darryl Way's Wolf — Canis Lupus Darryl Way's Wolf — Canis Lupus
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2065, 1973/2008, CD)
Darryl Way's Wolf — Saturation Point Darryl Way's Wolf — Saturation Point
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2066, 1973/2008, CD)

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