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Jeffrey Fayman

Jeffrey Fayman
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Jeffrey Fayman is an American percussionist, composer and producer, best known for his soundtrack work. He is the co-founder (with Yoav Goren) in 1993 of Immediate Music, a supplier of major Hollywood studio film trailers.
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Steve Roach & Jeffrey Fayman — Trance Spirits Steve Roach & Jeffrey Fayman — Trance Spirits
(Projekt 135, 2002, CD)
Steve Roach / Vir Unis — Blood Machine Steve Roach / Vir Unis — Blood Machine
(GreenHouse GHM.01.01, 2001, CD)
Steve Roach / Byron Metcalf — The Serpent's Lair Steve Roach / Byron Metcalf — The Serpent's Lair
(Projekt 107, 2000, CD)
Fayman & Fripp — A Temple in the Clouds Fayman & Fripp — A Temple in the Clouds
(Projekt 104, 2000, CD)
Ten Seconds — Ten Seconds Ten Seconds — Ten Seconds
(Discipline DGM9603, 1996, CD)

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