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SSchätzli - Various - BaRock Town Project II (CD)

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  1. Arashisida says:
    DJ or Performer: Various Artists Title: Barock Project - Seven Seas () Style: Progressive Rock Release Date: RAR / ZIP Size: MB Tracklist: 01 > Seven Seas I Call Your Name Ashes Cold Fog.
  2. Zolot says:
    Various: Rocking Blood Various - Barock Town Project III ‎ (CD, Comp) Not On Label: none: Switzerland: Sell This Version: Writing & Arrangement: Kaktus (10) Punk Rock 'n Roll (as Edgar Kocher.
  3. Dajinn says:
    The Barock Project idea generates from desire to deliver the finest and perfect structure of classical music (mainly baroque music) with rock-style and a little bit of jazz harmony, supported by a pop structure with the declared intention to revamp the '70s progressive-rock thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfo project founder is keyboardist Luca Zabbini, pianist and thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfo passion for famous keyboardist Keith.
  4. Kajijinn says:
    The Barock Project idea born from desire to spread the finest and perfect structure of classic music (mainest baroque music) with rock-style and a little bit of jazz harmony, all supported by a pop song structure. Our intention is to make relive the '70s progressive-rock love.
  5. Yozshubar says:
    Barock Project was founded in by pianist and composer, Luca Zabbini (The initial aim was to combine classical music (mainly Baroque style), and rock music with a touch of jazz harmony. Inspir.
  6. Nashakar says:
    Oct 03,  · Barock Project are one of the most followed and appreciated Italian rock bands abroad since the first album Misteriose Voci (). They are not a prog-rock band like all the others: they have always wanted to break on through the boundaries of various genres to pursue the dream of a fresh and dynamic progressive. Seven Seas proves it again.
  7. Majas says:
    Barock Project was born in and have the goal to match classic music (mainly baroque), rock and a few jazz, substained by a pop structure to renew the beloved Progressive Rock of ’70s.

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