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Scotch Ballad - Brainbox (3) - Parts (CD, Album)

  1. Vor

    Song-Collection der niederländischen progressiven Blues-Rockband um ihren starken Sänger "Kaz Lux", daß deren Karriere von in 20 ambitionierten und experimentierfreudigen Tracks wiederspiegelt, und somit einen sehr umfangreichen musikalischen Querschnitt der Band darstellt. erschien das erfolgreiche Debut-Album der Band, daß sich bis auf die Langversion von "Sea of 5/5(2).
  2. Kagar

    Brainbox (3) - Brainbox ℗ Imperial © USM, a division of Universal Music B.V., The Netherlands Brainbox (3) - Parts ℗ Imperial © USM, a division of Universal Music B.V., The Netherlands 2 albums in a jewel case with a sleeve. Regarding the 2nd album "Parts" that is recorded, this is the first official CD conversion.
  3. Tojajas

    Jan 28,  · Scotch Ballad - Another Part - Dilemma - Drum And Thunder Suite (B. Golson) - of the art/rock movement which was gaining momentum at the time Brainbox was dissolved shortly after the realease of "Parts" and unfortunately the album has yet to see a release on CD. In Brainbox reformed as a touring band.
  4. Tojashakar

    Read and write album reviews for Parts - Brainbox on AllMusicMissing: Scotch Ballad.
  5. Mijar

    Discografía completa álbumes. The Smile (Old Friends Have a Right to) Edit the album Report an error.
  6. Tygojas

    AlbaMusic — BRAINBOX - Parts () (Expanded edition CD, ) Leírás. Blues Rock, Prog Rock, Psychedelic Rock, es album. Remaszterizált Expanded edition CD újra kiadás,
  7. Zulkizshura

    May 17,  · The manager then, in some Fleetwood Mac-ish ploy avant la lettre, auditioned some musicians and made them tour The Netherlands under the guise of Brainbox. He even managed to squeeze out a record deal. Hence this CD. This CD has nothing to do with Jan Akkerman. It has nothing to do with Kaz Lux. Save your money for the real thing!/5(21).
  8. Meztibar

    Irish reels, sailor hornpipes, and Scotch ballads are present along with French dances, and 17th-century English popular tunes. Roots of bluegrass are obvious, and I felt the common frontier spirit, more John Adams than Thomas Jefferson/5(25).

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