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Frumpy

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4.20 | 5 ratings | 0 reviews | 40% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. How the Gipsy Was Born (10:05)
2. Morning (3:20)
3. Life Without Pain (3:45)
4. Rosalie, Part I (5:54)
5. Otium (4:23)
6. Rosalie, Part II (4:10)
7. Indian Rope Man (3:17)

Total Time: 34:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Inga Rumpf / vocals
- Jean-Jacques Kravetz / keyboards
- Karl-Heinz Schott / bass
- Carsten Bohn / drums
- Rainer Baumann / guitar

Releases information

LP Fontana 6434 163 (Germany)

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4.20
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