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Geoffrey Richardson

Geoffrey Richardson
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Peter Geoffrey Richardson (born 15 July 1950 in Hinckley, Leicestershire), is a viola player and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work with Caravan and the Penguin Cafe Orchestra.
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Geoffrey Richardson — The Garden of Love Geoffrey Richardson — The Garden of Love
(Esoteric Recordings Antenna EANTCD 1057, 2015, CD)
Caravan — The Back Catalogue Songs Caravan — The Back Catalogue Songs
(Caravan CPGJJM3 , 2013, CD)
Caravan — Paradise Filter Caravan — Paradise Filter
(Caravan CPGJJM1, 2013, CD)
Caravan — The Unauthorised Breakfast Item Caravan — The Unauthorised Breakfast Item
(Eclectic Discs ECLCD 1001, 2003, CD)
Geoff Richardson & Jim Leverton — Poor Man's Rich Man Geoff Richardson & Jim Leverton — Poor Man's Rich Man
(Voiceprint VP227CD, 2000, CD)
Caravan — Ether Way Caravan — Ether Way
(Hux Records 0113, 1998, CD)
Caravan — Songs for Oblivion Fishermen Caravan — Songs for Oblivion Fishermen
(Hux Records 002, 1998, CD)
Caravan — All over You Caravan — All over You
(Talking Elephant ECD090, 1996/2006, CD)
Caravan — The Battle of Hastings Caravan — The Battle of Hastings
(HTD CD 41, 1995, CD)
John G. Perry — Seabird John G. Perry — Seabird
(Voiceprint VP169CD, 1995, CD)
Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Union Cafe Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Union Cafe
(Zopf ZOPFD-001, 1993, CD)
Geoffrey Richardson — Viola Mon Amour Geoffrey Richardson — Viola Mon Amour
(Voiceprint VP132CD, 1993, CD)
Penguin Cafe Orchestra — When in Rome... Penguin Cafe Orchestra — When in Rome...
(Virgin EEGCDR56, 1988/2008, CD)
Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Signs of Life Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Signs of Life
(Virgin EEGCDR50, 1987/2008, CD)
Murray Head — Sooner or Later Murray Head — Sooner or Later
(Voiceprint Headcase, GAH112CD, 1986/2001, CD)
Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Broadcasting from Home Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Broadcasting from Home
(Virgin EEGCDR38, 1984/2008, CD)
Murray Head — Restless Murray Head — Restless
(Voiceprint Headcase GAH112CD, 1984/2001, CD)
Caravan — The Album Caravan — The Album
(Eclectic Discs ECLCD 1011, 1980/2004, CD)
Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Penguin Cafe Orchestra Penguin Cafe Orchestra — Penguin Cafe Orchestra
(E.G. Records EEGCD 11, 1980/1989, CD)
Quantum Jump — Barracuda Quantum Jump — Barracuda
(Voiceprint MPVP013CD, 1977/1998, CD)
Caravan — Better by Far Caravan — Better by Far
(Eclectic Discs ECLCD 1018, 1977/2004, CD)
Caravan — Blind Dog at St Dunstans Caravan — Blind Dog at St Dunstans
(Repertoire REP5138, 1976/2005, CD)
John G. Perry — Sunset Wading John G. Perry — Sunset Wading
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2041, 1976/2008, CD)
Caravan — Cunning Stunts Caravan — Cunning Stunts
(HTD CD 52, 1975/1996, CD)
Caravan — The New Symphonia Caravan — The New Symphonia
(Deram , 1974, LP)
Caravan — For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night Caravan — For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
(Deram , 1973, LP)

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