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Anthony Moore

Anthony Moore
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Anthony John Moore (born 1948) is a British experimental music composer, performer, and producer. He was a founding member of the band Slapp Happy, worked with Henry Cow and has made a number of solo albums. From 2000 to 2004 he was the principal of the Academy of Media Arts in Köln, Germany.
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Pink Floyd — The Endless River Pink Floyd — The Endless River
(Columbia 88875007882, 2014, CD)
Slapp Happy — Ça Va Slapp Happy — Ça Va
(Voiceprint VP509CD, 1998/2009, CD)
Kevin Ayers — Still Life with Guitar Kevin Ayers — Still Life with Guitar
(Fnac 592025, 1992, CD)
Peter Blegvad  — Downtime Etc. Peter Blegvad — Downtime Etc.
(East Side Digital ESD-81192, 1989/2001, CD)
Anthony Moore — Flying Doesn't Help Anthony Moore — Flying Doesn't Help
(Blueprint BP177CD, 1979/1994, CD)
Henry Cow — A Cow Cabinet of Curiosities Henry Cow — A Cow Cabinet of Curiosities
(ReR Megacorp HC1000, 1978/2009, CD)
Henry Cow — The Studio: Volumes 1-5 Henry Cow — The Studio: Volumes 1-5
(ReR Megacorp ReR HC 42, 1978/2008, 5CD)
Anthony Moore — Out Anthony Moore — Out
(Voiceprint VP165CD, 1977/1997, CD)
Slapp Happy / Henry Cow — Desperate Straights Slapp Happy / Henry Cow — Desperate Straights
(ReR Megacorp HCSH1, 1975/2004, CD)
Henry Cow — In Praise of Learning Henry Cow — In Praise of Learning
(ReR Megacorp ReR HC3, 1975/2000, CD)
Slapp Happy — Slapp Happy Slapp Happy — Slapp Happy
(Strange Days WAS-1020, 1974/2005, CD)
Slapp Happy — Acnalbasac Noom Slapp Happy — Acnalbasac Noom
(Tapete TR356, 1973/2016, CD/LP)
Anthony Moore — Reed, Whistle and Sticks Anthony Moore — Reed, Whistle and Sticks
(Blueprint BP281CD, 1972/1998, CD)
Slapp Happy — Sort Of Slapp Happy — Sort Of
(Tapete TR355, 1972/2016, CD/LP)
Anthony Moore — Pieces from the Cloudland Ballroom Anthony Moore — Pieces from the Cloudland Ballroom
(*, 0, CD)

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