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Mickey Simmonds

Mickey Simmonds
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England
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Mickey Simmonds is an English keyboardist, arranger and composer, born 31 January 1959, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. He is mostly known for session work, though he has toured and recorded solo work as well.
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Renaissance — Tuscany Renaissance — Tuscany
(Repertoire REPUK 1136, 2001/2011, CD)
Fish — Raingods with Zippos Fish — Raingods with Zippos
(Snapper Music SDPCD219, 1999, CD)
Camel  — Harbour of Tears Camel — Harbour of Tears
(Camel Productions CP-006CD, 1996, CD)
XII Alfonso — The Lost Frontier XII Alfonso — The Lost Frontier
(Musea FGBG 4183.AR, 1996, CD)
Mickey Simmonds — The Shape of Rain Mickey Simmonds — The Shape of Rain
(Cymbeline 5075-2, 1996, CD)
Camel — Never Let Go Camel — Never Let Go
(Camel Productions CP-004CD, 1993, 2CD)
Fish — Derek Dick and His Amazing Electric Bear Fish — Derek Dick and His Amazing Electric Bear
(Chocolate Frog CFVP003CD, 1991/2000, 2CD)
Fish — For Whom the Bells Toll! Fish — For Whom the Bells Toll!
(Chocolate Frog CFVP002CD, 1991/2000, 2CD)
Mike Oldfield — Heaven's Open Mike Oldfield — Heaven's Open
(Caroline CAR49386, 1991/2000, CD)
Fish — Internal Exile Fish — Internal Exile
(Chocolate Frog CFVP10CD, 1991/2002, CD)
Fish — Uncle Fish & the Crypt Keepers Fish — Uncle Fish & the Crypt Keepers
(Roadrunner Records RR 8685-2, 1991/1998, 2CD)
Fish — Pigpen's Birthday Fish — Pigpen's Birthday
(Griffin 55421 0831-2, 1990/1993, 2CD)
Fish — Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors Fish — Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors
(Chocolate Frog CFVP009CD, 1990/2002, CD)
Mike Oldfield — Islands Mike Oldfield — Islands
(Geffen Records GCD-352-2, 1987/1999, CD)

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