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  • 01. Catch Up
    02. Bordun
    03. Onkel Joe
    04. Moonlight On A Baldhead
    05. Lydia
    06. Blues For The Kaiser
    07. A Night Without Dreams / The Little Things That Makes Us Happy
    08. Spinning Wheel
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    CATCH UP

    Vol. 1

    [engl] One of the best Jazz–Funk–Fusion albums from the 70s Euro scene, featuring such giants as Charly Antolini (famous for his MPS recordings) on drums, Max Greger jr. on electric piano, Moog, Hammond, Mellotron and Milan Pilar on electric bass. Top notch jamming & soulful funky–jazz sound with some kraut–prog touches, recorded at the legendary Studio 70 in Munich and originally released in 1975 on the Calig label.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    07.06.2018
    Genre
    Soul / Funk / Jazz
    Preis
    19,90 EUR
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