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Free Nelson Mandoomjazz

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz
Country
Scotland
Profile
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz is an avant-jazz trio hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland featuring Rebecca Sneddon on sax, Colin Stewart on bass, and Paul Archibald on drums.
Website
http://www.facebook.com/freenelsonmandoomjazz
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (3)
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz — The Organ Grinder Free Nelson Mandoomjazz — The Organ Grinder
(RareNoise RNR, 2016, CD)
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz — Awakening of a Capital Free Nelson Mandoomjazz — Awakening of a Capital
(RareNoise RNR051, 2015, CD)
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz — The Shape of Doomjazz to Come / Saxophone Giganticus Free Nelson Mandoomjazz — The Shape of Doomjazz to Come / Saxophone Giganticus
(RareNoise RNR039, 2014, CD)

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2017-05-19
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