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Farpoint

Farpoint
Country
United States
Profile
Farpoint is an American progressive rock band formed in Dalzell, South Carolina in 1997 by Kevin Jarvis and Rick Walker.
Website
http://www.farpointband.com
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Releases on file (5)
Farpoint — Cold Star, Quiet Star Farpoint — Cold Star, Quiet Star
(SCM-105, 2008, CD)
Various Artists — Higher and Higher: A Tribute to the Moody Blues Various Artists — Higher and Higher: A Tribute to the Moody Blues
(Mellow MMP-481-ABC, 2006, 3CD)
Farpoint — From Dreaming to Dreaming Farpoint — From Dreaming to Dreaming
(Starcross SCM104, 2004, CD)
Farpoint — Grace Farpoint — Grace
(Starcross SCM103, 2003, CD)
Farpoint — First Light Farpoint — First Light
(Starcross SCM102, 2002, CD)

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