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Cream Records

Name
Cream Records
URL
http://jms-creamrecords.com
Email
jms1@club-internet.fr
Phone
+33 (0) 1 45 66 42 00
Address
12, rue Bouchut 75015 Paris France
Profile
French Jazz (Modern, Fusion, Jazz Rock, Contemporary ...) Label.
Releases on file (4)
Allan Holdsworth — The Sixteen Men of Tain Allan Holdsworth — The Sixteen Men of Tain
(Cream Records JMS 18713-2, 2000, CD)
Allan Holdsworth Group — Then! Allan Holdsworth Group — Then!
(Cream Records CR 750-2, 2004, CD)
Allan Holdsworth — Wardenclyffe Tower Allan Holdsworth — Wardenclyffe Tower
(Cream Records CR 310-2, 1992/2007, CD)
Allan Holdsworth — Sand Allan Holdsworth — Sand
(Cream Records CR2902, 1987/2009, CD)

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