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The Flying Luttenbachers
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The Flying Luttenbachers was an American instrumental unit led by multi-instrumentalist / composer / producer Weasel Walter. The original configuration, formed in 1991, consisted of Hal Russell (tenor and soprano saxophones, trumpet), Chad Organ (tenor saxophone), and Weasel Walter (drums). From that time up to 2007, a large number of different musicians joined Walter, featuring players from both jazz and rock worlds. In 2017, the group was reactivated for some live shows.
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Various Artists — Post Now: Round One - Chicago vs New York Various Artists — Post Now: Round One - Chicago vs New York
(Skin Graft GR131, 2019, CD / DL)
Flying Luttenbachers — Infection & Decline Flying Luttenbachers — Infection & Decline
(Troubleman Unlimited tmu 078, 2002, CD)
The Flying Luttenbachers — The Flying Luttenbachers — "...The Truth Is a Fucking Lie..."
(Skin Graft GR61, 2000, CD)
The Flying Luttenbachers — Gods of Chaos The Flying Luttenbachers — Gods of Chaos
(Skin Graft GR46, 1997/2004, CD)
The Flying Luttenbachers — Revenge The Flying Luttenbachers — Revenge
(Skin Graft , 1996/2017, CD)
The Flying Luttenbachers — Destroy All Music - Revisited The Flying Luttenbachers — Destroy All Music - Revisited
(Skin Graft GR85, 1995/2007, CD)

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