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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1978

Songs / Tracks Listing

Side A
1. Egy ágyon, egy kenyéren (Kormorán - József Ratkó) (4:39)

Side B (5:10)
1. Biztató (Kormorán - Attila József)
2. Jut az ember (Kormorán - Attila József)

Total time 9:49

Line-up / Musicians

- Gergely Koltay / wind instruments
- Grigorisz Papadimitriu / guitar
- Poliviosz Korogiannopulosz / Turkish chash
- Tibor Czipó / double bass
- Gábor Kiss / cello
- Gábor Soltész / guitar, flute
- Tolcsvay Béla / acoustic guitar
- Xavér Szunyogh / drums (?)

Releases information

7'' single Pepita ‎SPS 70327 (1978)

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