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Ride In The Night - Triumvirat - Mediterranean Tales (Across The Waters) (CD)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Mediterranean Tales (Across the Water) - Triumvirat on AllMusic - /
  2. Mediterranean Tales (Across the Waters) is the debut album of German progressive rock group Triumvirat. Track listing "Across the Waters" – "Overture" (W. A. Mozart, arr. Fritz) – "Taxident" (Fritz, Bathelt) – "Mind Tripper" (Fritz) –
  3. 'Across the Waters' ist der Übersong der Scheibe und wie bei den ganz frühen Trimvirat von der Orgel dominiert - fantastisch! Besonders gefreut hat mich der Bonustrack 'Ride in the Night' ein veritabler Singleerfolg, der allerdings völlig anders klingt, als alles was auf LP produziert wurde/5(31).
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  5. Jan 20,  · Musica lançada como single para divulgar o primeiro álbum da banda alemã de rock progressivo Triumvirat, Mediterranean Tales, lançado em
  6. Triumvirat - Mediterranean Tales Across The Waters. Buy track Jürgen Fritz, Composer, Author - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - HANS BATHELT, Composer, Author - Triumvirat, MainArtist Ride In The Night Non Album Track. Buy track Jürgen Fritz, Composer, Author - HANS BATHELT, Composer, Author - Triumvirat.
  7. Jan 27,  · Triumvirat Mediterranean Tales. Across The Waters () - a. Overture - b. Taxident - c. Mind Tripper - d. 5 O'Clock Tea - e. Satan's Breakfast ("Ride in the Night" and "Sing Me a Song") that probably didn't reached the original album due to the limitations of the vinyl format, but much weaker than the all the previous.
  8. Triumvirat: Mediterranean Tales (Remastered) Triumvirat's debut Mediterranean Tales was a strong precursor of things to come for this German progressive rock band who were heavily inspired by The Nice and ELP. While perhaps not as polished as later efforts, this first effort is a keyboard lover's dream, with Jurgen Fritz' Hammond, Moog, electric piano, various synths and grand piano out.

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