Brazzaville (US band)

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Brazzaville
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Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, USA
Genres Indie pop, bossa nova, chamber pop
Years active 1998–present
Labels South China Sea
Website brazzaville-band.com
Members David Brown
Richie Alvarez
Paco Jordi
Brady Lynch
Ivan Knight
Past members Joel Virgel Vierset
David Ralicke
Kenny Lyon
Mike Bolger
Joe Zimmerman
L. Cedeño

Brazzaville is an indie pop band founded in 1997 by David Brown. Brown was at one time Beck's saxophonist[1] and took part in recording of Odelay and Midnite Vultures. On May 7, 2009, David Brown officially announced the dissolution of the band, stating that he would henceforth be recording and releasing music under the named David Arthur Brown, albeit with "many of the wonderful musicians who have contributed to Brazzaville records." However, June 23, 2009, David once again announced that the band will continue to exist in parallel with a solo career.

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Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Radio Singles[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • Foreign Disaster Days (2005)
  • Jesse James (2006)
  • Star Called Sun (2006)
  • Peach Tree (2006)
  • Bosphorus (2006)
  • The Clouds in Camarillo feat. Minerva (Russian: Вершина мира) (2007)
  • Girl From Vladivostok (Devushka From Vladivostok) (2009)
  • Anabel 2 (2011)
  • Rather Stay Home (2011)
  • Boeing (2012)
  • Barcelona (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Net Music Countdown: Beck

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