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The Great Harry Hillman

The Great Harry Hillman
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Switzerland
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The Great Harry Hillman is a Swiss jazz group founded in 2009. The band is named after an Olympic hurdler who medalled in the 1904 Games. Members are Nils Fischer (reeds), David Koch (guitar), Samuel Huwyler (bass), and Dominik Mahnig (drums).
Photo by Samuel Huwyler courtesy of Cuneiform Records
Website
http://www.thegreatharryhillman.ch
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The Great Harry Hillman — Tilt The Great Harry Hillman — Tilt
(Cuneiform Rune 433, 2017, CD)

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