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David Sinclair (V)

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Known For

Skew Soundtrack
(2011)
Ripper Soundtrack
(2001)
(2000)
Company Man Soundtrack
(2005)

Filmography

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 2011 Skew (performer: "Have Guitar Will Travel" written by nm0020906)
 2005 Sandra Goes to Whistler (Short) ("One For Me", "Who You Love Now", "Halflife") / (performer: "Every Bit Is You")
 2005 Company Man (Short) (performer: "Be Your Own Man")
 2004 Eve's Christmas (TV Movie) (performer: "Crusin'" - as Dave Sinclair)
 2001 Ripper ("That Was Yesterday", "Up Hill") / (performer: "That Was Yesterday", "Up Hill") / (writer: "That Was Yesterday", "Up Hill")
 2000 MVP: Most Valuable Primate (arranger: "It Feels Like Magic")
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 2007 To Be Fat Like Me (TV Movie) (musician: guitars)
 2000 Casper's Haunted Christmas (Video) (music performer)
 1987 Tales of the Mouse Hockey League (TV Movie) (musician)
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 1999 Sarah McLachlan: Mirrorball (Video documentary)
Himself - Electric, Acoustic Guitar
 1998 Sarah McLachlan: Video Collection 1989-1998 (Video)
Himself - Guitarist
 1998 VH1 Storytellers (TV Series documentary)
Himself (Guitars and background vocals)
- Sarah McLachlan (1998) ... Himself (Guitars and background vocals)
 1997 Lilith Fair: A Celebration of Women in Music (TV Special documentary)
Himself
 1994 Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Live (Video documentary)
Himself - Musician
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Played acoustic guitar on Sarah McLachlan's "The Freedom Sessions" album. See more »
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Played guitar in Sarah McLachlan's touring band from 1993-1999.

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