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Hillmen

Hillmen
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United States
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Hillmen is an improvisational four-piece featuring drummer Peter Hillman of Kiss the Frog and Gayle Ellett of Djam Karet on organ and electric piano, along with varying bassists and guitarists.
Website
http://www.gayleellett.com
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Hillmen — The Whiskey Mountain Sessions Vol. II Hillmen — The Whiskey Mountain Sessions Vol. II
(Firepool Records FR009, 2018, CD)
Hillmen — The Whiskey Mountain Sessions Hillmen — The Whiskey Mountain Sessions
(Firepool Records FR002, 2012, CD)

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