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Jasun Martz

Jasun Martz
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United States
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Jasun Martz is an American record producer, composer, musician, fine artist, creative director and sculptor who has worked on several #1 internationally best selling hit records but is probably best known for his contemporary classical symphonies. His musical career began when he joined We the People at the age of 15 as a drummer.
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Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition
(Music Brut, 2017, 8CD)
Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition: Non-Finito Jasun Martz — Solo Exhibition: Non-Finito
(Music Brut MB6181953-1, 2017, CD)
Jasun Martz — Raspad Jasun Martz — Raspad
(Music Brut no#, 2013, CD)
Jasun Martz / The Intercontinental Philharmonic Orchestra — Young Jasun Martz / The Intercontinental Philharmonic Orchestra — Young
((Not on label) , 2012, CD)
Jasun Martz — The Pillory - The Battle Jasun Martz — The Pillory - The Battle
(Under the Asphalt UTA 061853, 2006, 2CD)
Jasun Martz / The Sin Circle — Everyone's an Idiot Jasun Martz / The Sin Circle — Everyone's an Idiot
(The Orchard, 1999, CD)
Jasun Martz / The Neoteric Orchestra — The Pillory Jasun Martz / The Neoteric Orchestra — The Pillory
(All Ears AE11480, 1978, LP)
Jasun Martz — The Pillory Jasun Martz — The Pillory
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9404, 1978/1994, CD)
We the People / American Zoo — Visions of Time - Complete Recordings We the People / American Zoo — Visions of Time - Complete Recordings
(Guerssen GUESSCD056, 1967/2014, CD)

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