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Mark Stanley

Mark Stanley
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Mark Stanley is a musician based in Maryland, primarily a guitarist, but also playing a variety of other instruments. His work spans the groups Farquhar and Spirit Gang in addition to recordings under his own name and with 4S'D.
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4S'D — Man or Muffin 4S'D — Man or Muffin
(HOBART 004, 2017, CD)
Manna / Mirage — Blue Dogs Manna / Mirage — Blue Dogs
(New House Music NH01, 2015, CD)
Mark Stanley — Nyanderthal Mark Stanley — Nyanderthal
(Bandcamp no#, 2015, DL)
Mark Stanley — Dark Brain Mark Stanley — Dark Brain
(Bandcamp no#, 2014, DL)
Farquhar — Dreamshit Farquhar — Dreamshit
(FARQ 03, 2012, CD)
Mark Stanley — 9 Volt Mark Stanley — 9 Volt
(Bandcamp no#, 2004, DL)
Farquhar — Meadow Full of Serpents Farquhar — Meadow Full of Serpents
(Sir Eel, 2004, CD)
Mark Stanley — Blueberry Submarines Mark Stanley — Blueberry Submarines
(Sir Eel, 2002, CD)
Mark Stanley — Insect Warriors Mark Stanley — Insect Warriors
(Sir Eel 3, 2002, CD)
Farquhar — Farquhar Farquhar — Farquhar
(Sir Eel 6, 1999, CD)
Chainsaw Jazz — DisConcerto Chainsaw Jazz — DisConcerto
(Cuneiform Rune 46, 1993, CD)

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