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Marbin

Marbin
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Marbin's name comes from combining the names of its two core members: Danny Markovitch (saxes) and Dani Rabin (guitars). Marbin first started in 2007 as an improvised music duo consisting of Israeli-American guitarist Dani Rabin and Israeli saxophonist Danny Markovitch. Since expanding to a full band, the bass and drum positions have been filled by a number of different players.
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http://marbinmusic.com
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Releases on file (9)
Marbin — Alabama Sock Party (Bootleg) Marbin — Alabama Sock Party (Bootleg)
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, DL)
Marbin — Strong Thing Marbin — Strong Thing
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, CD / DL)
Marbin — Israeli Jazz Marbin — Israeli Jazz
(Bandcamp Marbin Music, 2018, CD)
Marbin — Goatman and the House of the Dead Marbin — Goatman and the House of the Dead
(Bandcamp no#, 2016, CD / DL)
Marbin — Aggressive Hippies Marbin — Aggressive Hippies
(Moonjune (Marbin self-released), 2015, CD)
Marbin — The Third Set Marbin — The Third Set
(Moonjune MJR065, 2014, CD)
Marbin — Last Chapter of Dreaming Marbin — Last Chapter of Dreaming
(Moonjune MJR050, 2013, CD)
Marbin — Breaking the Cycle Marbin — Breaking the Cycle
(Moonjune MJR038, 2011, CD)
Marbin — Marbin Marbin — Marbin
((Not on label) no#, 2009, CD)

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