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Chuck Greenberg


Among the founding associates from the influential globe music/fusion music group Shadowfax, Greenberg played flute, saxophone, and keyboards. The California-based musician was also popular for his usage of the Lyricon, an electric wind device he helped develop. The Lyricon added an ethereal aspect to his masterful melodic improvisations. Being a composer, Greenberg mixed rock and roll, pop, and jazz components into his music while keeping a progressive advantage. Greenberg died because the consequence of a coronary attack in 1995.

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Full Name Chuck Greenberg
Died September 4, 1995
Profession Lawyer
Education University of Michigan Law School, Tufts University
Nationality American
Music Groups Shadowfax
Music Songs Angel's Flight, A Thousand Teardrops, Road to Hanna, New Electric India, The Orangutan Gang, Brown Rice/Karmapa Chenno, A Song for My Brother, Shadowdance, Shaman Song, Another Country, The Odd Get Even, Elephant Ego, Too Far to Whisper, What Goes Around, The Big Song, Changing of the Guard, Castaneda's Boogie, The Dreams of Children, Streetnoise, We Used to Laugh, Kindred Spirits, Wheel of Dreams, Above the Wailing Wall, Folksong for a Nuclear Village, The Shape of a Word, Word From the Village, Her Dress Hangs There, Tsunami, Behind Green Eyes, Vajra, Imaginary Islands, Lucky Mud
Albums Folksongs for a Nuclear Village, The Dreams of Children, Shadowdance, Shadowfax, Watercourse Way

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