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Walter Holland

Walter Holland
Country
United States
Profile
Walter Holland is an American composer, musician, artist, and professor. He was a member of the duo Amber Route, and has since released solo work.
Website
http://www.walterholland.com
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Releases on file (9)
Walter Holland — Storyteller: Part I Walter Holland — Storyteller: Part I
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, CD / DL)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — To Touch the Milky Way Black Tape for a Blue Girl — To Touch the Milky Way
(Projekt 355, 2018, CD / DL)
Djam Karet — Collaborator Djam Karet — Collaborator
(HC Productions HC008, 1994, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl  — Ashes in the Brittle Air Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Ashes in the Brittle Air
(Projekt 26, 1989/1993, CD)
Walter Holland — Transience of Love Walter Holland — Transience of Love
(Coriolis CR-0105, 1989, CD / DL)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Mesmerized by the Sirens Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Mesmerized by the Sirens
(Projekt 25, 1987, CD)
Walter Holland — Relativity Walter Holland — Relativity
(Coriolis CR-0103, 1986, CD / LP / DL)
Amber Route — Ghost Tracks Amber Route — Ghost Tracks
(Projekt no#, 1983/2010, DL)
Amber Route  — Snail Headed Victrolas Amber Route — Snail Headed Victrolas
(Projekt Relic R0, 1980/1995, CD)

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