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Shanachie

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Shanachie
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http://shanachie.com
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Dept. WWW 37 E. Clinton St. Newton, NJ. 07860 USA
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Shanachie Records was founded in 1976 by Richard Nevins and Dan Collins. According to Harvey Pekar (Secret Museum of Music), it is one of the largest independent record labels in the world, and is currently distributed by E1 Music. Starting as specialty fi
Releases on file (9)
Larry Coryell — Dragon Gate Larry Coryell — Dragon Gate
(Shanachie 97005, 1989, CD)
Larry Coryell — Twelve Frets to One Octave Larry Coryell — Twelve Frets to One Octave
(Shanachie SH 97015, 1991, CD)
Annbjørg Lien — Felefeber Annbjørg Lien — Felefeber
(Shanachie 64060, 1994, CD)
Annbjørg Lien — Prisme Annbjørg Lien — Prisme
(Shanachie 64082, 1996, CD)
Larry Coryell — Spaces Revisited Larry Coryell — Spaces Revisited
(Shanachie 5033, 1997, CD)
Henry Kaiser & Wadada Leo Smith — Yo Miles! Henry Kaiser & Wadada Leo Smith — Yo Miles!
(Shanachie 5046, 1998, 2CD)
John Renbourn — The Lady and the Unicorn John Renbourn — The Lady and the Unicorn
(Shanachie 97022, 1970/2002, CD)
Steeleye Span — Below the Salt Steeleye Span — Below the Salt
(Shanachie SH 79039, 1972/2009, CD)
Hey Marseilles — Hey Marseilles Hey Marseilles — Hey Marseilles
(Shanachie 8101, 2016, CD)

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2020-05-14
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Kaipa - Solo – Kaipa's third studio album from early '78, and probably their last one of any merit, is a solid effort, instrumentally strong like the previous two, although seeming to encompass a bit more variety...  (1995) » Read more

Opus Avantra - Introspezione, Lord Cromwell & Strata – Led by composer/keyboardist Alfredo Tisocco, and fronted by vocalist Donella del Monaco, Opus Avantra – much like their name might imply, offers a music based in avant-garde classicism mixed...  (1995) » Read more

Ragnar Grippe - Sand – This is a nugget from the past. Grippe is a Scandinavian electronic and electro-acoustic music composer whose work is under appreciated. Originally released on the visionary Shandar label from France...  (1998) » Read more

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