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Craig Padilla

Craig Padilla
Country
United States
Profile
Electronic musician from California.
Website
http://craigpadilla.com
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Releases on file (13)
Craig Padilla & Marvin Allen — Toward The Horizon Craig Padilla & Marvin Allen — Toward The Horizon
(Spotted Peccary SPM-9086, 2019, CD)
Howard Givens & Craig Padilla — Being of Light Howard Givens & Craig Padilla — Being of Light
(Spotted Peccary SPM-9094, 2017, CD)
Craig Padilla — Heaven Condensed Craig Padilla — Heaven Condensed
(Spotted Peccary SPM-1406, 2016, CD)
Howard Givens & Craig Padilla — Life Flows Water Howard Givens & Craig Padilla — Life Flows Water
(Spotted Peccary SPM-9091, 2015, CD)
Craig Padilla — Sonar Craig Padilla — Sonar
(Fruits de Mer strange fish six, 2014, 2LP)
Various Artists — Strange Fish One Various Artists — Strange Fish One
(Fruits de Mer strange fish one, 2013, LP)
Craig Padilla — Below the Mountain Craig Padilla — Below the Mountain
(Spotted Peccary SPM-1404, 2008, CD)
Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 2 Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 2
(Groove Unlimited GR-136, 2006, CD)
Paul Ellis / Craig Padilla — Echo System Paul Ellis / Craig Padilla — Echo System
(Groove Unlimited GR-099, 2004, CD)
Craig Padilla — Vostok Craig Padilla — Vostok
(Spotted Peccary SPM-1401, 2002, CD)
Craig Padilla — Music for the Mind Live Vol. 1 Craig Padilla — Music for the Mind Live Vol. 1
(MP2.com 143430, 2001, CD)
Craig Padilla — Music for the Mind Live Vol. 2 Craig Padilla — Music for the Mind Live Vol. 2
(MP3.com 14341, 2001, CD)
Craig Padilla — Folding Space, Melting Galaxies Craig Padilla — Folding Space, Melting Galaxies
(Spae for Music sfmCP1028, 2000, CD)

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2019-03-20
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2019-02-21
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2019-01-31
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