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Tony Harn
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Tony Harn is an English musician. A multi-instrumentalist (predominantly guitar but also bass guitar, synthesizers, organ, percussion, programming, and loops) he is based in Warrington, Cheshire and is active within the north-west English progressive rock and avant-garde music scenes. Harn's music features elements of rock, jazz, post-punk and experimental noise, but is generally highly melodic and noted for a precisely orchestrated, multi-layered style of playing. He has released five solo instrumental albums, more recently moving towards loop music stylings. As well as maintaining a solo career he is a member of Nerve Toy Trio and has previously been a member of Resindust, Lifebox and Spacematic. He is an active collaborator with other musicians, most notably with Tim Bowness of No-Man.
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Tony Harn — Loops Tony Harn — Loops
((Not on label) THCD005, 2008, CD)
Tony Harn — Revealed in Black and White Tony Harn — Revealed in Black and White
((Not on label) THCD-004, 2006, CD)
Tony Harn — Moving Moons Tony Harn — Moving Moons
((Not on label) no#, 2001, CD)
Tony Harn — Lifebox Tony Harn — Lifebox
((Not on label) no#, 1999, CD)
Tim Bowness / Samuel Smiles  — World of Bright Futures Tim Bowness / Samuel Smiles — World of Bright Futures
(Hidden Art hi-art 3, 1999, CD)
Tony Harn — From the Inside Tony Harn — From the Inside
((Not on label) no#, 1997, CD)

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