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Ozone Quartet

Ozone Quartet
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Ozone Quartet is a progressive rock / fusion band from Raleigh, North Carolina. The band has a history going back to the 80s, and used the name Cloud Nine in the 90s. The constant members have been Hollis Brown (violin) and Wayne Leechford (sax, clarinet, Stick) with a number of different guitarists and drummers.
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Releases on file (4)
Ozone Quartet — Live at Local 506 Ozone Quartet — Live at Local 506
(Flat Five FFR 3003, 2003, CD)
Ozone Quartet — Nocturne Ozone Quartet — Nocturne
(Flat Five FFR 2002, 1999, CD)
Ozone Quartet — Cloud Nineology Ozone Quartet — Cloud Nineology
(Flat Five FFR4004, 1998/2004, CD)
Ozone Quartet — Fresh Blood Ozone Quartet — Fresh Blood
(Flat Five FFR 1001, 1997, CD)

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