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Jeff Greinke

Jeff Greinke
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Jeff Greinke is a musician, composer, performer, sound sculptor, and visual artist. He began composing and performing music in 1980 while studying meteorology at Pennsylvania State University. After moving to Seattle in 1982, Jeff formed the production company and recording label Interpid, through which he produced his first LP, Cities in Fog. He has since released twenty other recordings on various U.S. and European labels. He has composed music for film, video, dance, theater, radio, and art installations. His music was used as the soundtrack for the trailer of Ron Howard's film The Missing. Jeff has toured throughout the United States and Europe and has performed in China, Canada, and Mexico. He has also been a member of numerous ensembles and is founder of the group Land, featuring Lesli Dalaba, Dennis Rea, Bill Rieflin, and Fred Chalenor.
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http://jeffgreinke.com
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Releases on file (21)
Jeff Greinke — Before Sunrise Jeff Greinke — Before Sunrise
(Spotted Peccary SPM-3701, 2018, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Scenes from a Train Jeff Greinke — Scenes from a Train
(Infectious 155, 2013, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Virga Jeff Greinke — Virga
(Lotuspike LSM16, 2009, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Winter Light Jeff Greinke — Winter Light
(Lotuspike LS-0009, 2007, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Soundtracks Jeff Greinke — Soundtracks
(First World Music FWD 04.16, 2005, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Wide View Jeff Greinke — Wide View
(Hypnos 2240, 2002, CD)
Land — Road Movies Land — Road Movies
(First World Music FWD01.09, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Miniatures 2 Various Artists — Miniatures 2
(Cherry Red CD BRED 165, 2000, CD)
Jeff Greinke & Anisa Romero — Hana Jeff Greinke & Anisa Romero — Hana
(First World Music FWD 99.02, 1999, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Ride Jeff Greinke — Ride
(First World Music FWD 99.05, 1999, CD)
Land — Archipelago Land — Archipelago
(Periplum P0040, 1997, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Cities in Fog Jeff Greinke — Cities in Fog
(Projekt Archive 10, 1995/1997, 2CD)
Land — Land Land — Land
(Extreme XCD 032, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — A Sombient Collection: The Throne of Drones Various Artists — A Sombient Collection: The Throne of Drones
(Asphodel ASP 0952, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — A Sombient Continuum: A Swarm of Drones Various Artists — A Sombient Continuum: A Swarm of Drones
(Asphodel ASP 0953, 1995, 2CD)
Various Artists — The Sombient Trilogy: A Storm of Drones Various Artists — The Sombient Trilogy: A Storm of Drones
(Asphodel ASP 0966, 1995, 3CD)
Jeff Greinke — Big Weather Jeff Greinke — Big Weather
(Linden Music LM 2020, 1994, CD)
Djam Karet — Collaborator Djam Karet — Collaborator
(HC Productions HC008, 1994, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Lost Terrain Jeff Greinke — Lost Terrain
(Hypnos 1916, 1992/1999, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Places of Motility Jeff Greinke — Places of Motility
(Hypnos 1809, 1987/1998, CD)
Jeff Greinke — Cities in Fog Jeff Greinke — Cities in Fog
(Intrepid IN 04, 1985, LP)

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