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Framus 5

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Live, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing


01 Rain
02 Miss July
03 Bitva o Karlův most
04 Blues o spolykaných slovech
05 I´m Your Hoochie Coochie Man
06 Ztracená myslenka
07 Dobrou noc, má milá
08 Boom Boom

Line-up / Musicians


Michal Prokop
Lubos Andrst
Jan Hrubý

Releases information

Indies records 2005
Michal Prokop, Lubos Andrst, Jan Hrubý trio

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