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Alister Spence

Alister Spence
Country
Australia
Profile
Alister Spence is an Australian keyboard player working in jazz on both piano and organ.
Photo by Brett Boardman
Website
http://www.alisterspence.com
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (11)
Alister Spence and Satoko Fujii Orchestra Kobe — Imagine Meeting You Here Alister Spence and Satoko Fujii Orchestra Kobe — Imagine Meeting You Here
(Alister Spence Music ASM008, 2019, CD)
Phillip Johnston — The Adventures of Prince Achmed Phillip Johnston — The Adventures of Prince Achmed
(Bandcamp Asynchronous 002, 2018, CD / DL)
Kira Kira — Bright Force Kira Kira — Bright Force
(Libra 204-048, 2018, CD)
Phillip Johnston and the Coolerators — Diggin' Bones Phillip Johnston and the Coolerators — Diggin' Bones
(Asynchronous 003, 2018, CD / DL)
Alister Spence / Satoko Fujii — Intelsat Alister Spence / Satoko Fujii — Intelsat
(Alister Spence Music ASM007, 2018, CD)
Alister Spence Trio — Not Everything but Enough Alister Spence Trio — Not Everything but Enough
(Alister Spence Music ASM005, 2017, CD)
Alister Spence / Myra Melford — Everything Here Is Possible Alister Spence / Myra Melford — Everything Here Is Possible
(Alister Spence Music ASM002, 2014, CD)
Alister Spence Trio — Far Flung Alister Spence Trio — Far Flung
(Rufus RF105, 2012, CD)
Alister Spence Trio — Mercury Alister Spence Trio — Mercury
(Rufus RF075, 2006, CD)
Alister Spence Trio — Flux Alister Spence Trio — Flux
(Rufus 065, 2003, CD)
Alister Spence Trio — Three Is a Circle Alister Spence Trio — Three Is a Circle
(Rufus RF055, 2000, CD)

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