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Ric Sanders

Ric Sanders
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Richard 'Ric' Sanders (born 8 December 1952, in Birmingham, West Midlands) is an English violinist who has played in jazz-rock, folk rock, electric folk and folk groups, including Soft Machine and Fairport Convention.
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Fairport Convention — Sense of Occasion Fairport Convention — Sense of Occasion
(Matty Groves MGCD044, 2007, CD)
Fairport Convention — Over the Next Hill Fairport Convention — Over the Next Hill
(Compass 7 4391 2, 2004, CD)
Wakeman & Cousins — Hummingbird Wakeman & Cousins — Hummingbird
(Witchwoood Media WMCD2007, 2002, CD)
Gordon Giltrap — Collection Gordon Giltrap — Collection
(La Cooka Ratcha LCVP117CD, 2001, 2CD)
Fairport Convention — The Wood and the Wire Fairport Convention — The Wood and the Wire
(Woodworm WRCD033, 1999, CD)
Roy Harper — The Dream Society Roy Harper — The Dream Society
(Science Friction HUCD030, 1998, CD)
Fairport Convention — Who Knows Where the Time Goes? Fairport Convention — Who Knows Where the Time Goes?
(Woodworm WRCD025, 1997, CD)
Fairport Accoustic Convention — Old - New - Borrowed - Blue Fairport Accoustic Convention — Old - New - Borrowed - Blue
(Woodworm WRCD024, 1996, CD)
Fairport Convention — Jewel in the Crown Fairport Convention — Jewel in the Crown
(Talking Elephant TECD067, 1995/2004, CD)
Martin Barre — A Trick of Memory Martin Barre — A Trick of Memory
(ZYX 3613-2, 1994, CD)
Fairport Convention — 25th Anniversary Concert Fairport Convention — 25th Anniversary Concert
(Woodworm WRDCD022, 1992/1994, 2CD)
Ric Sanders — Neither Time nor Distance Ric Sanders — Neither Time nor Distance
(Woodworm WRCD017, 1991, CDn)
Fairport Convention — The Five Seasons Fairport Convention — The Five Seasons
(Woodworm WRCD019, 1990, CD)
Red Jasper — Sting in the Tale Red Jasper — Sting in the Tale
(HTDCD3, 1990, CD)
Gordon Giltrap & Ric Sanders — One to One Gordon Giltrap & Ric Sanders — One to One
(Nico Polo NP002, 1989, CD)
Fairport Convention — Red & Gold Fairport Convention — Red & Gold
(Woodworm WRCD018, 1989, CD)
Jethro Tull — Crest of a Knave Jethro Tull — Crest of a Knave
(Chrysalis VK 41590, 1987, CD)
Fairport Convention — Expletive Delighted Fairport Convention — Expletive Delighted
(Woodworm WRCD009, 1986, C)
Fairport Convention — Gladys' Leap Fairport Convention — Gladys' Leap
(Woodworm WRCD007, 1985, CD)
Ric Sanders — Whenever Ric Sanders — Whenever
(Waterfront WF 021, 1984, LP)
2nd Vision (John Etheridge / Ric Sanders) — First Steps (2nd Vision) 2nd Vision (John Etheridge / Ric Sanders) — First Steps (2nd Vision)
(Blueprint BP341CD, 1980/2000, CD)
Gordon Giltrap — The Peacock Party Gordon Giltrap — The Peacock Party
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2453, 1979/2014, CD)
Soft Machine — Alive and Well Recorded in Paris Soft Machine — Alive and Well Recorded in Paris
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 22234, 1978/2010, 2CD)
Ric Sanders Group — In Lincoln Cathedral Ric Sanders Group — In Lincoln Cathedral
(*, 0, CD)

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