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George Jinda

George Jinda
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Hungary
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George (sometime Georges) Jinda (1941-2001) was a drummer and percussionist born in Budapest. He spent much of his career in France, and is perhaps best known as one half of the smooth jazz outfit Special EFX.
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George Jinda — George Jinda and World News George Jinda — George Jinda and World News
(JVC 2014-2, 1992, CD)
Szakcsi Lakatos Béla – George Jinda – Babos Gyula – Mandel Róbert — Sham Szakcsi Lakatos Béla – George Jinda – Babos Gyula – Mandel Róbert — Sham
(Krém SLPX 37376, 1990, CD)
Speed Limit — Speed Limit Speed Limit — Speed Limit
(Belle Antique 071351, 1975/2007, CD)
George Jinda — The Wheel of Love George Jinda — The Wheel of Love
(Disques Motors MT 44051, 1975, LP)
Speed Limit — Speed Limit Speed Limit — Speed Limit
(Belle Antique 071350, 1974/2007, CD)

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