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Mist of Flying Elbow

Mist of Flying Elbow
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Mist of Flying Elbow is a multinational band formed by multi-instrumentalists Himiko Nakazaki, Leonard “Lefty” Lumumba, and Teppo Leppäluoto in the late 90s. Later the lineup was expanded to include Zhenya Korashenko and Phillippe Molineaux-Ghoshal, and they are known to work with many guest musicians as well. The group is rather secretive, and it is not conclusively known if they even use their real names.
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Mist of Flying Elbow — Substitute Songs of Heights, Vol. II Mist of Flying Elbow — Substitute Songs of Heights, Vol. II
(Super-Invisible SIR-4420, 2018, CD)
Mist of Flying Elbow — Kenbikyo no Uta Mist of Flying Elbow — Kenbikyo no Uta
(Super-Invisible SIR-3922, 2007, CD)
Mist of Flying Elbow — Demos & Live 1996-2005 Mist of Flying Elbow — Demos & Live 1996-2005
(Super-Invisible SIR-2091, 2005/2008, CD)
Mist of Flying Elbow — Substitute Songs of Heights, Vol. I Mist of Flying Elbow — Substitute Songs of Heights, Vol. I
(Super-Invisible SIR-2022, 2004, CD)
Mist of Flying Elbow — Tragedy of Cosmos Mist of Flying Elbow — Tragedy of Cosmos
(Super-Invisible SIR-1092, 2001, CD)

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