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Barry Craig (A Produce)

Barry Craig (A Produce)
United States
Barry Craig, AKA "A Produce" was a prolific trance music artist, active in the California scene of electronic music starting in the early 80s. Barry Craig died 4 September 2011, age 59.
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A Produce & Loren Nerell — Intangible A Produce & Loren Nerell — Intangible
(Hypnos hyp3160, 2011, CD)
A Produce  — Smile on the Void A Produce — Smile on the Void
(Hypnos hyp2129, 2001, CD)
A Produce / M. Griffin  — Altara A Produce / M. Griffin — Altara
(Hypnos hyp1918, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery Series 1 Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery Series 1
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS96007 CD, 1997, CD)
A Produce  — Inscape & Landscape A Produce — Inscape & Landscape
(TrancePort TPT-CD-106, 1996, CD)
A Produce  — White Sands A Produce — White Sands
(Trance Port TPT-105, 1995, CD)
A Produce  — Land of a Thousand Trances A Produce — Land of a Thousand Trances
(TrancePort TPT-CD-104, 1994, CD)
A Produce  — Reflect Like a Mirror, Respond Like an Echo A Produce — Reflect Like a Mirror, Respond Like an Echo
(Trance Port TP-CD-107, 1992/1997, CD)
A Produce — The Clearing A Produce — The Clearing
(Trance Port TPT 101, 1988, CD / LP)

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