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Spring Heel Jack

Spring Heel Jack
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England
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Spring Heel Jack is an English electronic music duo, consisting of John Coxon and Ashley Wales. Formed in 1993 in London, England, Spring Heel Jack began their career exploring drum and bass and jungle, but have since branched out into free improvisation and jazz, collaborating with many musicians from Europe and the United States.
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Spring Heel Jack — The Sweetness of the Water Spring Heel Jack — The Sweetness of the Water
(Thirsty Ear THI57146.2, 2004, CD)
Spring Heel Jack — Live Spring Heel Jack — Live
(Thirsty Ear THI57130.2, 2003/20030, CD)
Spring Heel Jack — Amassed Spring Heel Jack — Amassed
(Thirsty Ear THI57123.2, 2002, CD)
Spring Heel Jack / The Blue Series Continuum — Masses Spring Heel Jack / The Blue Series Continuum — Masses
(Thirsty Ear THI57103.2, 2001, CD)
Spring Heel Jack — Oddities Spring Heel Jack — Oddities
(Thirsty Ear THI-57086.2, 2000, CD)
Spring Heel Jack — Treader Spring Heel Jack — Treader
(Thirsty Ear THI-57083.2, 2000, CD)

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