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Ray Roehner

Ray Roehner
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Ray Roehner is a musician who really likes Jethro Tull. He put together a band called Ray and recorded an album consisting of Tull covers and original songs that sound a lot like Tull songs. He sang and played acoustic guitar, flute, and pennywhistle; his cohorts were John Berg (guitars), Mark Colicchia (drums), Gregory Piontek (bass), Christopher Sierzchula (keyboards), and Elissa Kudrin (violin).
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http://www.universerecords.com
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Ray — Somewhere in the Universe Ray — Somewhere in the Universe
(Universe UNI 323, 1995, CD)

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