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Holy River Family Band

Holy River Family Band
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Sweden
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Holy River Family Band was a project of The Spacious Mind's keyboard player Jens Unosson, who recruited Arne Jonasson (guitars, etc.) and Mathias Barder (drums, percussion) to form the band.
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Holy River Family Band — Earthquake Country Holy River Family Band — Earthquake Country
(Wild Places WILD 010, 2001, CD)
Holy River Family Band — Welcome to Riverhouse Holy River Family Band — Welcome to Riverhouse
(Wild Places WILD 004, 1997, 2CD)
Holy River Family Band — Haida Deities Holy River Family Band — Haida Deities
(Wild Places WILD 003, 1996, CD)

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