|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||An Outcast Of The Islands||14||Audio||1999||Kartini|
|3||Live At Polskie Radio 3||18||Audio||1999|
|4||Live Vol. 2 - Acoustic Songs||15||Audio||2000|
|5||In The Meantime||15||Audio||2007||Kartini|
|6||An Outcast Of The Islands||14||Audio||2013||Wild End Records|
|7||In The Meantime||9||Audio||2003|
|8||As Far As I Can See||5||Audio||1998||Oskar|
|10||An Outcast Of The Islands||14||Audio||1998||Oskar|
British multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, born 4 May 1951 in London, England, UK. His eclectic career has seen him working in a broad spectrum of music styles. Known to many for his distinctive bass playing and singing in progressive-rock legends [a=Camel] (1979 to the present day) he was also a member of the "world-music" pioneers [a=3 Mustaphas 3] from 1984-91 and he has worked with many top international artists on record, on stage and as record producer.
In 1994, under his 3 Mustaphas 3 alias [a=Sabah Habas Mustapha], he recorded an album in Jakarta, Indonesia featuring some of the top Javanese musicians from the "dangdut" music scene.
A recognised expert on Indonesian Pop Music, he has contributed to [i]"The Rough Guide to World Music"[/i] (Penguin Books), as well as magazines such as [l=Folk Roots] and [l=Songlines].