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Faust Box 1971-1974
I would say at least 13, but probably longer.
DHOPE: Musical exhibitions
LOL, I see how you might not like it. It's very AOR at it's core, but some moments are really good, IMO.
Another album that would fit well on this label would be
Aviator - ST (1979)
Mick Rogers (guitar, vocals)
John G. Perry (bass)
I picked this up from LE store and it's really good!
Spisek Sześciu - Complot of Six - Polish Jazz, Vol.45 (1975)
Oregon With the Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra - In Moscow
If you get these re-released you deserve an equestrian statue :)
Albums by this band all need to be re-released.
I am amazed that they...
First album is good as well: https://www.discogs.com/Creative-Rock-Gorilla/release/2479106
I think that was not an official re-issue. Wat about this one: https://www.discogs.com/Creative-Rock-Lady-Pig/release/812862
This is a very cool album.
Anything interesting is planed on this imprint?
Oh wow. Stress! is a cool album but sold out in one day is not something I would expect, nice.
So Tsunami on LP sells better?
Benoît Widemann - Tsunami on CD ( Musea / FGBG 4271.AR )
I would love for you to have jazz CDs for sale.
ECM and JAPO have a lot of good stuff. I also like JMT, Black Saint and stuff like CMP Records....
Any news on when Grobschnitt 79:10 will be available to order or pre-order? Last time I spoke with Eroc he said March, but that is long past now.
Are you planing to get new GROBSCHNITT 2015 reissues and the big 17 Cd box set? http://www.krautrock-world.com/Forum/myBB/showthread.php?tid=5775