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Food (established 1998) is an experimental jazz band initiated by British woodwind multi-instrumentalist Iain Ballamy and Norwegian percussionist Thomas Strønen after a coincidental meeting first in Trondheim, Norway and later in Molde in 1997. The duo is often joined by other musicians, notably Arve Henriksen (trumpet) and Mats Eilertsen (bass), who appeared on the first four albums. Thomas Strønen is also part of Humcrush and Reflections in Cosmo; Ballamy has worked with Bill Bruford in Earthworks, Mike Gibbs, and many others.
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Food — This Is Not a Miracle Food — This Is Not a Miracle
(ECM 2417, 2015, CD)
Food — Mercurial Balm Food — Mercurial Balm
(ECM 2269, 2012, CD)
Food — Quiet Inlet Food — Quiet Inlet
(ECM 2063, 2010, CD)
Food — Molecular Gastronomy Food — Molecular Gastronomy
(Rune Grammofon RCD2069, 2007, CD)
Food — Last Supper Food — Last Supper
(Rune Grammofon RCD2041, 2004, CD)
Food — Veggie Food — Veggie
(Rune Grammofon RCD2027, 2002, CD)
Food — Organic and GM Food — Organic and GM
(Feral ASFA 104, 2001, CD)
Food — Food Food — Food
(Feral ASFA 101, 1999, CD)

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