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Nicolas Meier

Nicolas Meier
Country
Switzerland
Profile
Nicolas Meier (born 1973 in Switzerland) is a London-based guitarist who brings together elements of jazz, flamenco, Turkish, and latin music in his playing. He has played with a number of other artists as well as leading his own Nicolas Meier Group.
Website
http://www.meiergroup.com
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Releases on file (13)
Nicolas Meier World Group — Peaceful Nicolas Meier World Group — Peaceful
(MGP Records CD022, 2019, CD)
Nicolas Meier — Infinity Nicolas Meier — Infinity
(Favored Nations FN2870, 2016, CD)
Pete Oxley / Nicolas Meier — Chasing Tales Pete Oxley / Nicolas Meier — Chasing Tales
(MGP, 2015, CD)
Jeff Beck — Live+ Jeff Beck — Live+
(Rhino Records R2 549269, 2015, CD)
Jeff Beck — Yosōgai Jeff Beck — Yosōgai
(ATCO WPCR-15682, 2014, CD)
Nicolas Meier — From Istanbul to Ceuta with a Smile Nicolas Meier — From Istanbul to Ceuta with a Smile
(MGP, 2013, CD)
Nicolas Meier Trio+ — Kismet Nicolas Meier Trio+ — Kismet
(MGP, 2013, CD)
Pete Oxley / Nicolas Meier — Travels to the West Pete Oxley / Nicolas Meier — Travels to the West
(MGP, 2012, CD)
Nicolas Meier Trios — Breeze Nicolas Meier Trios — Breeze
(MGP, 2010, CD)
Nicolas Meier — Journey Nicolas Meier — Journey
(MGP, 2010, CD)
Nicolas Meier — Silence Talks Nicolas Meier — Silence Talks
(Naim Jazz cd113, 2008, CD)
Nicolas Meier — Yüz Nicolas Meier — Yüz
((Not on label) no#, 2007, CD)
Nicolas Meier — Orient Nicolas Meier — Orient
(Bandcamp no#, 2006, CD)

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