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    Posted: August 21 2010 at 10:52
Does anyone know where I can get a reasonably-priced copy of this DVD?
 
I have the soundtrack and absolutely love it.
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Greg Walker's online store SYN-PHONIC MUSIC has it, don't know if you'll find a better price.  The main site page is http://synphonic.8m.com, the page with your DVD is http://synphonic.8m.com/country/DVD.htm  (scroll down, it's alphabetical by band).

I've bought music from him over the years, lots of us have; good guy and easy to deal with.

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Originally posted by American Khatru American Khatru wrote:

Greg Walker's online store SYN-PHONIC MUSIC has it, don't know if you'll find a better price.  The main site page is http://synphonic.8m.com, the page with your DVD is http://synphonic.8m.com/country/DVD.htm  (scroll down, it's alphabetical by band).

I've bought music from him over the years, lots of us have; good guy and easy to deal with.

 
Thanks v.much.
 
I have bought from Greg in the past and he's a top chap.
 
Much appreciated.
 
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Originally posted by progadder progadder wrote:

Originally posted by American Khatru American Khatru wrote:

Greg Walker's online store SYN-PHONIC MUSIC has it, don't know if you'll find a better price.  The main site page is http://synphonic.8m.com, the page with your DVD is http://synphonic.8m.com/country/DVD.htm  (scroll down, it's alphabetical by band).

I've bought music from him over the years, lots of us have; good guy and easy to deal with.

 
Thanks v.much.
 
I have bought from Greg in the past and he's a top chap.
 
Much appreciated.
 
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Well why in hell didn't you find it yo'self??  Wink.  Kidding, really, I just happened to be in Greg's site when in another browser window I say your question so I thought I'd take a look and help.  Grobschnitt has been on my mind lately anyway because I was only recently introduced to them.  I've been enjoying the first two records, great stuff.  I'm deliberately not moving on to the album Jumbo or anything else yet; too often have I torn too quickly through a classic band's oeuvre, only to end up with nothing else to listen to Ouch (self-inflicted black eye) Cry.

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Listen to Solar Music (Live) - this was my introduction to all things Grobschnitt way back in 1980. Also try Eroc's solo albums especially I & II. A little wierd but enjoyable all the same, especially the spken passage sitting on the toilet!
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