Rory McFarlane

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Rory Mcfarlane is a British session musician who has also written scores for anime and games. He is probably best known for his score to the influential manga series "Cyber City Oedo 808" (1990–1991). He also composed a score for a game called "Buichi Terasawa's "Takeru: Letter of the Law"" in 1996.[1]

Other than scoring, he has had a much more prolific career as a session musician for the Richard Thompson Band, playing electric and standing bass.[2][3]


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