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'''Aurora''' was a short-lived 1980s [[jazz]] fusion supergroup, featuring [[Don Preston]] (keyboards), [[Peter Erskine]] (drums), [[Marty Krystal]] (saxophonist), and [[Buell Neidlinger]] (bass guitar). They released one eponymous album, recorded in Japan, in 1989.
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'''Aurora''' was a 1980s [[jazz]] fusion supergroup, featuring [[Don Preston]] (keyboards), [[Peter Erskine]] (drums), [[Marty Krystal]] (saxophonist), and [[Buell Neidlinger]] (bass guitar). Touring essentially as a three-piece nucleus, former [[Frank Zappa]] alumnus Preston joined shortly before the band released their eponymous album, recorded in Japan, in 1989.

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Aurora was a 1980s jazz fusion supergroup, featuring Don Preston (keyboards), Peter Erskine (drums), Marty Krystal (saxophonist), and Buell Neidlinger (bass guitar). Touring essentially as a three-piece nucleus, former Frank Zappa alumnus Preston joined shortly before the band released their eponymous album, recorded in Japan, in 1989.