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David Jackson

David Jackson
Country
England
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David Nicholas George Jackson (born on April 15, 1947, in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England) is a British progressive rock saxophonist, flautist, and composer most widely known for his work with Van der Graaf Generator.
Website
http://jaxontonewall.com
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Releases on file (51)
David Cross & David Jackson — Another Day David Cross & David Jackson — Another Day
(Cherry Red CJMCD001, 2018, CD)
Not a Good Sign — Icebound Not a Good Sign — Icebound
((Not on label) NGS-001, 2018, CD)
Garybaldi — Storie di un'Altra Città Garybaldi — Storie di un'Altra Città
(AMS AMS 269 CD, 2016, CD)
Pandora — Ten Years Like in a Magic Dream Pandora — Ten Years Like in a Magic Dream
(AMS AMS266CD, 2016, CD)
Alex Carpani — 4 Destinies Alex Carpani — 4 Destinies
(Festival Music 201403, 2014, CD)
Colin Edwin / Lorenzo Feliciati — Twinscapes Colin Edwin / Lorenzo Feliciati — Twinscapes
(RareNoise RNR037, 2014, CD)
Ingranaggi della Valle — In Hoc Signo Ingranaggi della Valle — In Hoc Signo
(Black Widow BWRCD 155-2, 2013, CD)
Marco Lo Muscio / John Hackett / Carlo Matteucci — Playing the History Marco Lo Muscio / John Hackett / Carlo Matteucci — Playing the History
(Hacktrax HTRX006, 2013, CD)
Lüüp — Meadow Rituals Lüüp — Meadow Rituals
(Experimedia EXPCD015, 2011, CD)
Osanna & David Jackson — Prog Family Osanna & David Jackson — Prog Family
(AMS 150 CD, 2009, CD)
Lüüp — Distress Signal Code Lüüp — Distress Signal Code
(Musea FGBG 4764, 2008, CD)
Van der Graaf Generator — Real Time Van der Graaf Generator — Real Time
(Fie! FIXD 01, 2007, CD)
Mangala Vallis — Lycanthrope Mangala Vallis — Lycanthrope
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records TAVR 022005, 2005, CD)
Van der Graaf Generator — Present Van der Graaf Generator — Present
(Virgin CDVD 2999, 2005, 2CD)
Peter Hammill — Incoherence Peter Hammill — Incoherence
(Fie! 9129, 2004, CD)
The Tangent — The Music That Died Alone The Tangent — The Music That Died Alone
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 136, 2003, CD)
Peter Hammill — Clutch Peter Hammill — Clutch
(Fie! 9127, 2002, CD)
Peter Hammill — What, Now? Peter Hammill — What, Now?
(Fie! 9123, 2001, CD)
Peter Hammill — This Peter Hammill — This
(Fie! 9118, 1998, CD)
David Jackson — Fractal Bridge David Jackson — Fractal Bridge
(Fie! 9113, 1996, CD)
Peter Hammill — X My Heart Peter Hammill — X My Heart
(Fie! 9111, 1996, CD)
Peter Hammill — Roaring Forties Peter Hammill — Roaring Forties
(Fie! 9107, 1994/2009, CD)
Peter Hammill — The Noise Peter Hammill — The Noise
(Fie! 9104, 1993/2005, CD)
Peter Hammill — Offensichtlich Goldfisch Peter Hammill — Offensichtlich Goldfisch
(Golden HindGH 70112, 1993, CD)
Peter Hammill — Fireships Peter Hammill — Fireships
(Fie! 9103, 1992/2006, CD)
Peter Hammill — Out of Water Peter Hammill — Out of Water
(Fie! 9109, 1990/1995, CD)
Peter Hammill — Skin Peter Hammill — Skin
(Virgin FONDCDR 3, 1986/2007, CD)
Peter Hammill & The K Group — The Margin + Peter Hammill & The K Group — The Margin +
(Fie! 9125, 1985/2002, 2CD)
Peter Hammill — Patience Peter Hammill — Patience
(Fie! 9102, 1983/2006, CD)
Peter Hammill — Enter K Peter Hammill — Enter K
(Fie! 9101, 1982/2003, CD)
Jakko — Silesia Jakko — Silesia
(Chiswick 0067 082, 1982, LP)
Peter Hammill — Sitting Targets Peter Hammill — Sitting Targets
(Virgin CDV 2203, 1981/1989, CD)
Peter Hammill — A Black Box Peter Hammill — A Black Box
(Caroline CAROL 1690-2, 1980/1994, CD)
Peter Hammill — pH7 Peter Hammill — pH7
(Virgin CASCDR 1146, 1979/2009, CD)
Peter Hammill — The Future Now Peter Hammill — The Future Now
(Virgin CASCDR 1137, 1978/2006, CD)
Van der Graaf — Vital Van der Graaf — Vital
(Charisma CVLD 101, 1978, 2LP)
Van der Graaf Generator — After the Flood - At the BBC 1968-1977 Van der Graaf Generator — After the Flood - At the BBC 1968-1977
(Virgin 472 210-3, 1977/2015, 2CD)
Van der Graaf Generator — The Box Van der Graaf Generator — The Box
(Virgin VDGGBOX1, 1977/2000, 4CD)
Van der Graaf Generator — An Introduction: From the Least to the Quiet Zone Van der Graaf Generator — An Introduction: From the Least to the Quiet Zone
(Virgin CDV2932, 1977/2000, CD)
Van der Graaf — The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome Van der Graaf — The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome
(Charisma CAS 1131, 1977, LP)
Van der Graaf Generator — Maida Vale Van der Graaf Generator — Maida Vale
(Band of Joy BOJCD008, 1976/1994, CD)
Van der Graaf Generator — Still Life Van der Graaf Generator — Still Life
(Charisma CAS 1116, 1976, LP)
Van der Graaf Generator — World Record Van der Graaf Generator — World Record
(Charisma CAS 1120, 1976, LP)
Van der Graaf Generator — Godbluff Van der Graaf Generator — Godbluff
(Charisma CAS 1109, 1975, LP)
Peter Hammill — Nadir's Big Chance Peter Hammill — Nadir's Big Chance
(Virgin CASCDR 1099, 1975/2006, CD)
Peter Hammill — The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage Peter Hammill — The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage
(Virgin CASCDR 1083, 1974/2006, CD)
Peter Hammill — Chameleon in the Shadow of the Night Peter Hammill — Chameleon in the Shadow of the Night
(Virgin CASCD 1067, 1973/1989, CD)
Peter Hammill — Fool's Mate Peter Hammill — Fool's Mate
(Caroline CAROL 1697-2, 1971/1990, CD)
Van der Graaf Generator — Pawn Hearts Van der Graaf Generator — Pawn Hearts
(Charisma CAS 1051, 1971, LP)
Van der Graaf Generator — H to He Who Am the Only One Van der Graaf Generator — H to He Who Am the Only One
(Charisma CAS 1027, 1970, LP)
Van der Graaf Generator — The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other Van der Graaf Generator — The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other
(Charisma CAS 1007, 1970, LP)

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