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Oz Noy

Oz Noy
Country
Israel
Profile
Oz Noy is an Israeli guitarist who started playing professionally while still a teenager and became a sought-after studio and live musician there before relocating to New York in 1996.
Website
http://www.oznoy.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (12)
Fraud Prophets — Poptosis Fraud Prophets — Poptosis
((Not on label) no#, 2019, CD)
Lisa Maxwell's Jazz Orchestra — Shiny! Lisa Maxwell's Jazz Orchestra — Shiny!
(Uncle Marvin Music, 2019, CD)
Mark Feldman's Level 5 — The Sybil EP Mark Feldman's Level 5 — The Sybil EP
(Mutant Cat no#, 2019, CDEP)
Oz Noy & Ozone Squeeze — Ozone Squeeze Oz Noy & Ozone Squeeze — Ozone Squeeze
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, DL)
Oz Noy — Who Gives a Funk Oz Noy — Who Gives a Funk
(Bandcamp no#, 2016, DL)
Oz Noy Trio — Asian Twistz - Live in Asia Oz Noy Trio — Asian Twistz - Live in Asia
(Abstract Logix ABLX 048, 2015, CD)
Oz Noy — Twisted Blues Volume 2 Oz Noy — Twisted Blues Volume 2
(Abstract Logix ABLX043, 2014, CD)
Oz Noy — Twisted Blues Volume 1 Oz Noy — Twisted Blues Volume 1
(Abstract Logix ABLX 032, 2011, CD)
Oz Noy — Schizophrenic Oz Noy — Schizophrenic
(Magnatude MTX-2317-2, 2009, CD)
Oz Noy — Fuzzy Oz Noy — Fuzzy
(Magnatude MT-2314-2, 2007, CD)
Oz Noy — Oz Live Oz Noy — Oz Live
(Magnatude MT-2310-2, 2006, CD)
Oz Noy — Ha! Oz Noy — Ha!
(Magnatude MT-2308-2, 2005, CD)

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