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Mick Karn

Mick Karn
Country
England
Profile
Anthony Michelides (24 July 1958 - 4 January 2011) was one of the most influential bass players since the 80s. In addition to bass, he played a wide variety of other instruments. He started as the bass player in the band Japan with David Sylvian, Richard Barbieri, and Steve Jansen, and after that band's demise worked with a great number of other artists, including projects of his former bandmates.
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http://www.mickkarn.net
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Releases on file (30)
Mick Karn — The Concrete Twin Mick Karn — The Concrete Twin
(MKCD3, 2010, CD)
Mick Karn — Three Part Species Mick Karn — Three Part Species
(MKCD1, 2006, CD)
Mick Karn — Love's Glove Mick Karn — Love's Glove
(MKEP1, 2005, CD)
Mick Karn — More Better Different Mick Karn — More Better Different
(Invisible Hands Music IHCD 33, 2004, CD)
David Sylvian — Camphor David Sylvian — Camphor
(Virgin 7243 8 12201 2 2, 2002, 2CD)
Mick Karn — Each Eye a Path Remix Mick Karn — Each Eye a Path Remix
(Medium Productions MPCD15, 2002, CD)
Mick Karn — Each Eye a Path Mick Karn — Each Eye a Path
(Medium Productions MPCD12, 2001, CD)
JBK (Jansen Barbieri Karn) — _Ism JBK (Jansen Barbieri Karn) — _Ism
(Medium Productions MPCD9, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Medium Label Sampler Various Artists — Medium Label Sampler
(Medium Productions MPCD11, 1999, CD)
Yoshihiro Hanno Meets Mick Karn — Liquid Glass Yoshihiro Hanno Meets Mick Karn — Liquid Glass
(Medium Productions MPCD8, 1998, CD)
Gavin Harrison — Sanity and Gravity Gavin Harrison — Sanity and Gravity
(Resurgence RES 128CD, 1997, CD)
No-Man — Wild Opera No-Man — Wild Opera
(Kscope kscope149, 1996/2010, 2CD)
No-Man — Heaven Taste No-Man — Heaven Taste
(Hidden Art hi-art 1, 1995, CD)
Mick Karn — The Tooth Mother Mick Karn — The Tooth Mother
(CMP Records CD 1008, 1995, CD)
Jakko Jakszyk — Mustard Gas and Roses Jakko Jakszyk — Mustard Gas and Roses
(Resurgence RES103CD, 1994, CD)
David Torn / Mick Karn / Terry Bozzio — Polytown David Torn / Mick Karn / Terry Bozzio — Polytown
(CMP Records CD 1006, 1994, CD)
Jansen Barbieri Karn — Beginning to Melt: Medium Series Volume 1 Jansen Barbieri Karn — Beginning to Melt: Medium Series Volume 1
(Medium Productions MPCD1, 1993, CD)
Mick Karn — Bestial Cluster Mick Karn — Bestial Cluster
(CMP Records CD 1002, 1993, CD)
No-Man — Loveblows & Lovecries - A Confession No-Man — Loveblows & Lovecries - A Confession
(One Little Indian TPLP57CD, 1993, CD)
Rain Tree Crow — Rain Tree Crow Rain Tree Crow — Rain Tree Crow
(Virgin CDV 2659, 1991, CD)
Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri — Storeis across Borders Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri — Storeis across Borders
(Victor CDVE908, 1991, CD)
David Torn — Door X David Torn — Door X
(Windham Hill WD-1096, 1990, CD)
Mick Karn — Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters Mick Karn — Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters
(Virgin V 2389, 1987, LP)
Japan — Oil on Canvas Japan — Oil on Canvas
(Caroline CAROL 1832-2, 1983/1994, CD)
Mick Karn — Titles Mick Karn — Titles
(Virgin V2249, 1982, LP)
Japan — Tin Drum Japan — Tin Drum
(Caroline CAROL 1830-2, 1981/1994, CD)
Japan — Gentlemen Take Polaroids Japan — Gentlemen Take Polaroids
(Caroline CAROL 1829-2, 1980/1994, CD)
Japan — Quiet Life Japan — Quiet Life
(Caroline CAROL 1203-2, 1979/1994, CD)
Japan — Adolescent Sex Japan — Adolescent Sex
(Caroline CAROL 1201-2, 1978/1994, CD)
Japan — Obscure Alternatives Japan — Obscure Alternatives
(Caroline CAROL 1202-2, 1978/1994, CD)

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