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Vernon Reid

Vernon Reid
Country
United States
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Vernon Reid is an America guitarist who was initially known as a member of the band Living Colour, but has had a distinguished solo career and worked as a sideman as well.
Website
http://vernon-reid.com
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Releases on file (8)
Spectrum Road — Spectrum Road Spectrum Road — Spectrum Road
(Palmetto Records PM 2152, 2007, CDq)
 DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid & Dave Lombardo — Drums of Death DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid & Dave Lombardo — Drums of Death
(Thirsty Ear THI 57161.2, 2005, CD)
Yohimbe Brothers — The Tao of Yo Yohimbe Brothers — The Tao of Yo
(Thirsty Ear THI57149.2, 2004, CD)
David Torn / Vernon Reid / Elliott Sharp — GTR OBLQ David Torn / Vernon Reid / Elliott Sharp — GTR OBLQ
(Knitting Factory KFR-233, 1998, CD)
Michael Zentner — Playtime Michael Zentner — Playtime
(Warped WR 88008-2, 1995, CD)
Jack Bruce — A Question of Time Jack Bruce — A Question of Time
(Acadia ACAM 8155, 1989/2007, CD)
Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society — Decode Yourself Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society — Decode Yourself
(Island Records 7 90247-1, 1985, LP)
Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society — Barbeque Dog Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society — Barbeque Dog
(Antilles 422-848 817-2, 1983, CD)

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