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Steve Eulberg

Steve Eulberg
United States
Steve Eulberg is a traveling, performing, teaching musician based in San Mateo, California. He sings, plays piano, guitar, mandolin, didjeridoo, drums, dulcimer
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Steve Eulberg — Between the Tracks Steve Eulberg — Between the Tracks
(Owl Mountain Music OMM CD1901, 2019, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — Soaring Steve Eulberg — Soaring
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 2007, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — A Piece of It All Steve Eulberg — A Piece of It All
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 2006, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — Celebrate Life Steve Eulberg — Celebrate Life
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 2005, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — Christ Is Our Peace Steve Eulberg — Christ Is Our Peace
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 2003, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — 'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime Steve Eulberg — 'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 2003, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — Happy Are They Steve Eulberg — Happy Are They
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 2002, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — Hark, the Glad Sound Steve Eulberg — Hark, the Glad Sound
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 1999, CD / DL)
Steve Eulberg — Holy Mountain Steve Eulberg — Holy Mountain
(Owl Mountain Music No #, 1998, CD / DL)

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Camel - Harbour of Tears – It's hard to believe that Dust and Dreams, the album that single-handedly revived Camel, was released so long ago. The subsequent 20th anniversary double-live CD elevated the band to their highest...  (1996) » Read more

Osada Vida - Uninvited Dreams – Poland is bursting with talented groups these days and I’d put this quartet near the top of that list. Their sound is similar to countrymen Riverside in that they can delve into heavy duty rock,...  (2011) » Read more

Simon Mayor and the Mandolinquents - Dance of the Comedians – The Mandolinquents are an acoustic, mandolin based (how did you guess?) quartet that’s been playing together off and on for a dozen years or more, and this – documenting one of their live...  (2008) » Read more

Holger Czukay - Moving Pictures – If Holger Czukay continues to bring forth projects of the caliber achieved here, he will continue to keep my attention. For Moving Pictures is much more delicate on the sensitive ear than anything I...  (1998) » Read more

Anekdoten - Official Bootleg: Live in Japan – Recorded over two nights of the band's recent trip to Japan, this double-CD live set captures perfectly the confident and relentlessly energetic live sound Anekdoten has developed. The set...  (1998) » Read more

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