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Phew (Hiromi Moritani)

Phew (Hiromi Moritani)
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Hiromi Moritani, best known by her stage name "Phew," is a Japanese avant-garde vocalist who started out as a member of the legendary punk band Aunt Sally. In 1981 she and the members of Can (Conny Plank, Holger Czukay, and Jaki Liebezeit) made her debut solo album, and since then she has worked with a variety of artists around the world. Her work has encompassed many styles, including minimalist electronics, noise, punk, and avant-rock.
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Phew — New World Phew — New World
(Felicity PECF-1130, 2015, CD)
Phew — Five Finger Discount Phew — Five Finger Discount
(Bereket bmp 001, 2010, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Ensemble — Dreams Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Ensemble — Dreams
(Tzadik TZ 7238, 2002, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita
(P-Vine PCD-5804, 1999, CD)
Phew & Sei-ichi Yamamoto — Shi-a-wa-se no Su-mi-ka Phew & Sei-ichi Yamamoto — Shi-a-wa-se no Su-mi-ka
(Tokuma TKCH-71454, 1998, CD)
Ground-Zero — Plays Standards Ground-Zero — Plays Standards
(ReR Megacorp GZ3, 1997/2002, CD)
Phew — Himitsu no Knife Phew — Himitsu no Knife
(Creativeman CMDD-00010, 1995, CD)
Phew — Our Likeness Phew — Our Likeness
(Mute CD STUMM 96, 1992, CD)
Phew — View Phew — View
(P-Vine PCD-7221, 1987/2002, CD)
Phew — Phew Phew — Phew
(Clinck CRCD5092, 1981/2014, CD)

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