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Michael Gibbs

Michael Gibbs
Country
England
Profile
Multi-talented trombonist who also gets credits as conductor, composer, arranger, musical director, producer, and more rarely, keyboardist and drums. b. 25th September 1937, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Website
http://www.gaibryantspareparts.com
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (15)
Cuong Vu 4-tet — Ballet - The Music of Michael Gibbs Cuong Vu 4-tet — Ballet - The Music of Michael Gibbs
(RareNoise RNR079, 2017, CD)
Michael Gibbs & The NDR Bigband — In My View Michael Gibbs & The NDR Bigband — In My View
(Cuneiform RUNE 401, 2015, CD)
Michael Gibbs & The NDR Bigband — Play a Bill Frisell Setlist Michael Gibbs & The NDR Bigband — Play a Bill Frisell Setlist
(Cuneiform RUNE 400, 2015, CD)
Nguyên Lê — Celebrating The Dark Side of the Moon Nguyên Lê — Celebrating The Dark Side of the Moon
(ACT 9574-2, 2014, CD)
Michael Gibbs and the NDR Bigband — Back in the Days Michael Gibbs and the NDR Bigband — Back in the Days
(Cuneiform Rune 322, 2012, CD)
Mike Gibbs — Nonsequence Mike Gibbs — Nonsequence
(Provocateur PVC 1027, 2001, CD)
Michael Gibbs — Big Music Michael Gibbs — Big Music
(ACT 9231-2, 1988/1996, CD)
Michael Mantler — Something There Michael Mantler — Something There
(WATT/ 13, 1983, LP)
Jaco Pastorius — Word of Mouth Jaco Pastorius — Word of Mouth
(Warner Bros BSK 3535, 1981, LP)
Lenny White — Big City Lenny White — Big City
(Wounded Bird WOU, 1977/2001, CD)
Mike Gibbs —  Directs the Only Chrome-Waterfall Orchestra Mike Gibbs — Directs the Only Chrome-Waterfall Orchestra
(BGO CD273, 1975/1995, CD)
Mahavishnu Orchestra with The London Symphony Orchestra — Apocalypse Mahavishnu Orchestra with The London Symphony Orchestra — Apocalypse
(Columbia CK 46111, 1974/1990, CD)
Michael Gibbs & Gary Burton — In the Public Interest Michael Gibbs & Gary Burton — In the Public Interest
(Polydor 2383 252, 1974, LP)
Michael Gibbs — Tanglewood 63 Michael Gibbs — Tanglewood 63
(Deram 844 906-2, 1971/1999, CD)
Michael Gibbs — Michael Gibbs Michael Gibbs — Michael Gibbs
(Deram 844 907-2, 1970/1999, CD)

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