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Tony Geballe

Tony Geballe
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United States
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Tony Geballe (a Seattle native living in New York City) has studied, taught and performed music of many kinds all over the world. His main instrument is guitar, including nylon-string, steel-string, 12-string, and electric. Tony also works as a composer and sound designer for theater, and as producer and occasionally engineer for various recording projects.
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http://www.tonygeballemusic.com
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Releases on file (11)
Zero Times Everything — Sonic Cinema Zero Times Everything — Sonic Cinema
(7d Media 7D1711, 2017, CD)
Braindance — Master of Disguise Braindance — Master of Disguise
((Not on label) , 2014, CD)
Markus Reuter / Angelica Sanchez / Tony Geballe — How Things Turned Out Markus Reuter / Angelica Sanchez / Tony Geballe — How Things Turned Out
(Bandcamp no#, 2013/2016, DL)
The Vicar — Songbook #1 The Vicar — Songbook #1
(Discipline DGMSP1, 2013, CD+DVD)
Trey Gunn — Untune the Sky Trey Gunn — Untune the Sky
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 145, 2003, CD+DVD)
The Trey Gunn Band — Road Journals 2002 The Trey Gunn Band — Road Journals 2002
(First World Music FWD J12002, 2002, 2CD)
The Trey Gunn Band — Live Encounter The Trey Gunn Band — Live Encounter
(First World Music 0113, 2001, CD)
The Trey Gunn Band — The Joy of Molybdenum The Trey Gunn Band — The Joy of Molybdenum
(Discipline DGM0001, 2000, CD)
Tony Geballe — Native of the Rain Tony Geballe — Native of the Rain
(Discipline DGM 9703, 1997, CD)
Toyah — Ophelia's Shadow Toyah — Ophelia's Shadow
(Veritcal Species VSR002CD, 1991/2003, CD)
Toyah & Fripp — The Lady or the Tiger? Toyah & Fripp — The Lady or the Tiger?
(E.G. Records EGED 44, 1986, LP)

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