Walter Strerath
Trio Quartet Quintet

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Labels

Sonorama

Catno

L-39

Formats

1x Vinyl LP Reissue

Country

Germany

Release date

Jan 22, 2016

Genres

Jazz

Styles

Modal

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

24.95€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

Sealed. Perfect copy. Ship worldwide or Pick-up possible in Brussels.

A1

New Gospel

4:15

A2

Walz For Ellen

5:56

A3

The Unknown

4:54

A4

Dance Of Rosa

6:12

B1

Speed-Up

2:44

B2

Watermelon Girl

4:06

B3

Little Ya Ya

4:54

B4

Rainy Day

3:40

B5

3/4 In Mirror

3:43

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