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Mujician

Mujician
Country
England
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British jazz combo featuring Keith Tippett (piano), Paul Dunmall (saxes), Paul Rogers (bass), Tony Levin (drums, not the King Crimson bassist). Tippett recorded a series of solo piano albums titled Mujician (I - III), which did not feature the group, and so are not listed here.
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Releases on file (7)
Mujician — There's No Going Back Now Mujician — There's No Going Back Now
(Cuneiform Rune 232, 2006, CD)
Mujician — Spacetime Mujician — Spacetime
(Cuneiform Rune 162, 2002, CD)
Mujician & The Georgian Ensemble — The Bristol Concert Mujician & The Georgian Ensemble — The Bristol Concert
(WHAT7CD, 2000, CD)
Mujician — Colours Fulfilled Mujician — Colours Fulfilled
(Cuneiform Rune 102, 1998, CD)
Mujician — Birdman Mujician — Birdman
(Cuneiform Rune 82, 1996, CD)
Mujician — Poem about the Hero Mujician — Poem about the Hero
(Cuneiform Rune 62, 1994, CD)
Mujician — The Journey Mujician — The Journey
(Cuneiform Rune 42, 1990, CD)

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