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Magus / The Winter Tree

Magus / The Winter Tree
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United States
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Magus was a band formed by Andrew Robinson (aka Andrew Laitres) in 1985. The band released several albums on cassette and CD before changing their name to The Winter Tree in 2010.
Website
http://www.thewintertreeband.com
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Releases on file (12)
The Winter Tree — Mr Sun The Winter Tree — Mr Sun
((Not on label) no#, 2017, CD)
The Winter Tree — Earth Below The Winter Tree — Earth Below
((Not on label) no#, 2015, CD)
The Winter Tree — Twilight of the Magicians The Winter Tree — Twilight of the Magicians
((Not on label) no#, 2013, CD)
The Winter Tree — Guardians The Winter Tree — Guardians
((Not on label) no#, 2012, CD)
The Winter Tree — The Winter Tree The Winter Tree — The Winter Tree
((Not on label) no#, 2011, CD)
Magus — The Garden Magus — The Garden
(Sky Pines SP0005, 2002, CD)
Magus — The Green Earth Magus — The Green Earth
(Sky Pines SP0004, 2001, CD)
Magus — Echoes from the Edge of the Millennium - 1987-1999 Magus — Echoes from the Edge of the Millennium - 1987-1999
(Sky Pines SP0003, 1999/2000, CD)
Magus — Lucid Dreamer Magus — Lucid Dreamer
(Big Balloon Music BBM1201, 1998/2005, CD)
Magus — Traveller Magus — Traveller
(InEarVisions IEV-9504, 1997, CD)
Magus — Highway 375 Magus — Highway 375
(Sky Pines SP0002, 1995, CD)
Magus — Magus Magus — Magus
(Sky Pines SP0001, 1995, CD)

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