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Radio Noisz Ensemble

Radio Noisz Ensemble
Country
Germany
Profile
German four-piece world-jazz follow-on to the folkier six-piece Emma Mylderberger. RNE incorporates guitar, mandolin, zither, tabla, oboe, english horn, saxophones, flute, contrabass, violin and hand percussion.
Website
http://www.diregarden.com
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Releases on file (3)
Radio Noisz Ensemble — Odiszée-Parck Radio Noisz Ensemble — Odiszée-Parck
(Garden of Delights CD 155, 1983/2010, CD)
Various Artists — Psychedelic Underground 15 Various Artists — Psychedelic Underground 15
(Garden of Delights CD 150, 1982/2009, CD)
Radio Noisz Ensemble — Yniverze Radio Noisz Ensemble — Yniverze
(Garden of Delights CD 148, 1982/2009, CD)

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