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Amos Key

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sometimes (3:13)
2. Flucht (4:19)
3. First Snow (5:56)
4. Ensterknick-Stimm-Stamm (4:36)
5. I Got The Feeling (5:22)
6. Emanon (1:44)
7. Toccata (2:08)
8. Knecht Ruprecht (5:14)
9. Satyr (4:27)
10. Important Happening (8:47)

Total time 45:46

Line-up / Musicians

- Thomas Molin / keyboards, vocals
- Andreas Gross / bass, vocals
- Lutz Ludwig / drums

Releases information

The Lot Tapes, SWF session 21-07-1973 at SWF, Baden-Baden, remastered by Jörg Scheuermann

Artwork: Andreas Gross

CD Long Hair ‎- LHC0090 (2010, Germany)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(8%)
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