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Bert Lams

Bert Lams
Country
Belgium
Profile
Bert Lams is an Belgian guitarist now resident in the United States, best known as a member of the California Guitar Trio.
Website
http://bertlams.com
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Releases on file (13)
California Guitar Trio — Masterworks California Guitar Trio — Masterworks
(Inner Knot 677787, 2012, CD)
Tom Griesgraber / Bert Lams — Unnamed Lands Tom Griesgraber / Bert Lams — Unnamed Lands
(ThosSounds, 2012, CD)
California Guitar Trio — Andromeda California Guitar Trio — Andromeda
(Inner Knot INK7758, 2010, CD)
California Guitar Trio — Echoes California Guitar Trio — Echoes
(Inner Knot INK7716 , 2008, CD)
Bert Lams — Nascent: Bach Preludes on the Steel String Guitar Bert Lams — Nascent: Bach Preludes on the Steel String Guitar
(Inner Knot INK0580, 2005, CD)
Tom Griesgraber — A Whisper in the Thunder Tom Griesgraber — A Whisper in the Thunder
(Spotted Peccary SPM-8101, 2004, CD)
California Guitar Trio — Whitewater California Guitar Trio — Whitewater
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 181, 2004, Cd)
California Guitar Trio with Tony Levin & Pat Mastelotto — CG3+2 California Guitar Trio with Tony Levin & Pat Mastelotto — CG3+2
(Inside Out Music IOMACD 2043, 2002, CD)
California Guitar Trio — A Christmas Album California Guitar Trio — A Christmas Album
(Inside Out Music IOMCD 114, 2002, CD)
California Guitar Trio  — Pathways California Guitar Trio — Pathways
(Discipline DGM9803, 1998, CD)
California Guitar Trio — Invitation California Guitar Trio — Invitation
(Discipline DGM9501 2, 1995, CD)
Robert Fripp String Quintet — The Bridge Between Robert Fripp String Quintet — The Bridge Between
(DGM DR 9303 2, 1993, CD)
California Guitar Trio — Yamanashi Blues California Guitar Trio — Yamanashi Blues
(Discipline DGM 9301, 1993, CD)

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