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Nathan Mahl

Nathan Mahl
Country
Canada
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Nathan Mahl is a Canadian progressive rock band originally formed in Dec. 1981. The first version was formed when Guy LeBlanc, Don Prince and Mark Spénard, who had played together in the band Delerium, recruited Dan Lacasse. In the years since then, the lineup changed many times, with LeBlanc the main core of the band.
Website
http://www.guyleblanc.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (9)
Nathan Mahl — Justified Nathan Mahl — Justified
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5089, 2014, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Exodus Nathan Mahl — Exodus
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5058, 2008, CD)
Various Artists — Kinections: The ProgDay Support CD Various Artists — Kinections: The ProgDay Support CD
((Not on label) no#, 2005, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Shadows Unbound Nathan Mahl — Shadows Unbound
(Mahl Productions NMA009, 2003, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume III: The Sentence Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume III: The Sentence
(Mahl Productions NMA008, 2002, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume II: The Trial Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume II: The Trial
(Mahl Productions NMA007, 2001, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume I: Body of Accusations Nathan Mahl — Heretik Volume I: Body of Accusations
(Mahl Productions NMA006, 2000, CD)
Nathan Mahl — The Clever Use of Shadows Nathan Mahl — The Clever Use of Shadows
(Mahl Productions NMA004, 1998, CD)
Nathan Mahl — Parallel Eccentricities Nathan Mahl — Parallel Eccentricities
(Mahl Productions NMA 003, 1983/1997, CD)

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