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Patrice Meyer

Patrice Meyer
Country
France
Profile
Patrice Meyer is a French guitarist best known for his work with artists from the Canterbury scene.
Website
http://www.patricemeyer.com
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Releases on file (14)
Hugh Hopper — Volume 1 - Memories Hugh Hopper — Volume 1 - Memories
(Gonzo Multimedia HST240CD, 2014, CD)
Pip Pyle's Bash! — Belle Illusion Pip Pyle's Bash! — Belle Illusion
(Cuneiform Rune 193, 2004, CD)
Pip Pyle's Equip'Out — Instants Pip Pyle's Equip'Out — Instants
(Hux Records 062, 2004, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Jazzloops Hugh Hopper — Jazzloops
(Burning Shed no#, 2003, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Volume 2 - Frangloband Hugh Hopper — Volume 2 - Frangloband
(Gonzo Multimedia HST241CD, 2003/2014, CD)
John Greaves — On the Street Where You Live John Greaves — On the Street Where You Live
(Blueprint BP346CD, 2001, CD)
John Greaves — The Caretaker John Greaves — The Caretaker
(Blueprint BP347CD, 2000, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Parabolic Versions Hugh Hopper — Parabolic Versions
(Voiceprint VP209CD, 2000, CD)
Hugh Hopper Band — Carousel Hugh Hopper Band — Carousel
(Cuneiform Rune 67, 1995, CD)
Hugh Hopper — Hooligan Romantics Hugh Hopper — Hooligan Romantics
(Ponk Fot9 HH1, 1994, CD)
Anaïd — Four Years Anaïd — Four Years
(AYAA Disques JMEC1991, 1991, CD)
Hugh Hopper Band — Mecano Pelorus Hugh Hopper Band — Mecano Pelorus
(Cuneiform 55506, 1991/1995, CD)
Patrice Meyer — Dromadaire Viennois Patrice Meyer — Dromadaire Viennois
(FMR 0986, 1986, LP)
Patrice Meyer — Racines Croisées Patrice Meyer — Racines Croisées
(Omega OM 67041, 1982, LP)

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