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Julie Slick

Julie Slick
Country
United States
Profile
Julie Slick is an American bassist known in progressive rock circles for working with various combinations of King Crimson alumni, including Adrian Belew's Power Trio. With fellow bassist Marco Machero she formed the group EchoTest.
Website
http://www.julieslick.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (11)
EchoTest — From Two Balconies EchoTest — From Two Balconies
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, CD)
EchoTest — Le Fil Rouge EchoTest — Le Fil Rouge
(Bandcamp no#, 2015, CD)
Slick / Machera — Fourth Dementia Slick / Machera — Fourth Dementia
(Bandcamp no#, 2014, CD)
The Crimson ProjeKCt — Live in Tokyo The Crimson ProjeKCt — Live in Tokyo
(Inside Out Music 0675-2, 2014, CD)
Slick / Alexius / Mennigmann — Another Life Slick / Alexius / Mennigmann — Another Life
(Bandcamp no#, 2013, DL)
The Crimson ProjeKCt — Official Bootleg Live 2012 The Crimson ProjeKCt — Official Bootleg Live 2012
(Unsung TCP001, 2013, CD)
Julie Slick — Terroir Julie Slick — Terroir
((Not on label) no#, 2012, CD)
California Guitar Trio — Andromeda California Guitar Trio — Andromeda
(Inner Knot INK7758, 2010, CD)
Julie Slick — Julie Slick Julie Slick — Julie Slick
((Not on label) no#, 2010, CD)
Adrian Belew — E Adrian Belew — E
(Adrian Belew abp-60109, 2009, CD)
Adrian Belew — Side Four (Live) Adrian Belew — Side Four (Live)
(Adrian Belew abp-2167, 2007, CD)

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