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Michael Garrison

Michael Garrison
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Michael Garrison (born November 28, 1956 in Roseburg, Oregon, died on March 24, 2004 in Bend, Oregon) was a synthesist from Oregon, United States. He was influenced by the European innovators of electronic music, like Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, and Jean Michel Jarre.
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Michael Garrison — Brave New Worlds Michael Garrison — Brave New Worlds
(Windspell BNW 1998 MG, 1998, CD)
Michael Garrison — Michael Garrison — "Live" Volume 1
(Windspell MGL 95 CD1, 1995, CD)
Michael Garrison — Michael Garrison — "Live" Volume 2
(Windspell MGL 95 CD2, 1995, CD)
Michael Garrison — The Rhythm of Life Michael Garrison — The Rhythm of Life
(Windspell WS 112891 CD, 1991, CD)
Michael Garrison — An Earth-Star Trilogy and Songs from the Earth-Star Michael Garrison — An Earth-Star Trilogy and Songs from the Earth-Star
(Windspell GM 112889 CD, 1989, CD)
Michael Garrison — Aurora Dawn Michael Garrison — Aurora Dawn
(Windspell AD 88 CD, 1988/1991, CD)
Michael Garrison — Images Michael Garrison — Images
(Windspell IM 86 CD, 1986/1991, CD)
Michael Garrison — Point of Impact Michael Garrison — Point of Impact
(Windspell POI 93 CD, 1983/1993, CD)
Michael Garrison — Eclipse Michael Garrison — Eclipse
(Windspell EC 83 CD, 1982/1991, CD)
Michael Garrison — Prisms Michael Garrison — Prisms
(Windspell PR 81 CD, 1981/1991, CD)
Michael Garrison — In the Regions of Sunreturn and Beyond Michael Garrison — In the Regions of Sunreturn and Beyond
(Windspell RE 79 CD, 0, )

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2018-04-04
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2018-03-01
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2018-02-26
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2018-02-18
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