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Rhys Marsh

Rhys Marsh
Country
Norway
Profile
Rhys Marsh is a Norwegian singer and guitarist, and a member of Kaukasus.
Website
http://rhysmarsh.com
Related articles (9)
Releases on file (13)
Rhys Marsh — October after All Rhys Marsh — October after All
(Karisma KAR, 2019, CD / DL)
Holon — The Time Is Always Now Holon — The Time Is Always Now
(Autumnsongs records, 2016, CD)
Rhys Marsh — The Black Sun Shining Rhys Marsh — The Black Sun Shining
(Burning Shed Autumnsongs Records AR033CD, 2015, CD)
Mandala — Midnight Twilight Mandala — Midnight Twilight
(Autumnsongs, 2015, CD)
Tim Bowness — Stupid Things That Mean the World Tim Bowness — Stupid Things That Mean the World
(Inside Out Music OMLTDCD 425, 2015, 2CD)
Kaukasus — I Kaukasus — I
(Burning Shed Autumnsongs AR011CD, 2014, CD)
Rhys Marsh — Sentiment Rhys Marsh — Sentiment
(Autumnsongs AR018CD, 2014, CD)
Mater Thallium — Mater Thallium Mater Thallium — Mater Thallium
(, 2013, CD)
Rhys Marsh — Suspended in a Weightless Mind (Covers Volume 1) Rhys Marsh — Suspended in a Weightless Mind (Covers Volume 1)
(Autumnsongs ARCD003, 2013, CD)
Rhys Marsh — Trio Rhys Marsh — Trio
(Autumnsongs ARCD002, 2013, 2CD)
Rhys Marsh — The Blue Hour Rhys Marsh — The Blue Hour
(TERMOCD010, 2012, CD)
Rhys Marsh and the Autumn Ghost — Dulcima Rhys Marsh and the Autumn Ghost — Dulcima
(TERMOCD005, 2009, CD)
Rhys Marsh and the Autumn Ghost — The Fragile State of Inbetween Rhys Marsh and the Autumn Ghost — The Fragile State of Inbetween
(Better Place BPRCD001, 2008, CD)

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