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Stick Men
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Stick Men is an international trio featuring Tony Levin and Michael Bernier (later Markus Reuter) on tapping instruments (Stick and/or touch guitar) along with Pat Mastelotto on acoustic and electronic drums and percussion. They have occasionally worked with other musicians, most notably former King Crimson members David Cross and Mel Collins.
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Releases on file (13)
Stick Men Featuring David Cross — PanAmerica - Live in Latin America Stick Men Featuring David Cross — PanAmerica - Live in Latin America
(Moonjune MJR, 2019, 5CD / DL)
Stick Men Featuring Mel Collins — Roppongi - Live in Tokyo 2017, Show 1 Stick Men Featuring Mel Collins — Roppongi - Live in Tokyo 2017, Show 1
(Iapetus no#, 2017, DL)
Stick Men Featuring Mel Collins — Roppongi - Live in Tokyo 2017, Show 2 Stick Men Featuring Mel Collins — Roppongi - Live in Tokyo 2017, Show 2
(Iapetus no#, 2017, DL)
Stick Men — Prog Noir Stick Men — Prog Noir
(Unsung SMN1611, 2016, CD)
Stick Men+ — Midori Stick Men+ — Midori
(Moonjune no#, 2015/2016, 2CD)
Stick Men+ — Midori - Live in Tokyo 2015 - Second Show Stick Men+ — Midori - Live in Tokyo 2015 - Second Show
( Iapetus no#, 2015, DL)
The Crimson ProjeKCt — Live in Tokyo The Crimson ProjeKCt — Live in Tokyo
(Inside Out Music 0675-2, 2014, CD)
Stick Men — Power Play Stick Men — Power Play
(7d Media 7D1411, 2014, CD)
Stick Men — Deep Stick Men — Deep
(7d Media 7D1311, 2013, CD)
Stick Men — Unleashed - Live Improvs 2013 Stick Men — Unleashed - Live Improvs 2013
(Unsung SMN1413, 2013/2015, CD)
Stick Men — Open Stick Men — Open
(7d Media 7D1313, 2012, CD)
Stick Men — Absalom Stick Men — Absalom
(7d Media 7D1314, 2011, CD)
Stick Men — Soup Stick Men — Soup
(Stick Man Records SMN2309, 2010, CD)

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