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    1. Vushura

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      W. Ambros A: Gewitter B: Mein seltsamer Beruf: Atom Austria: 7" 0: W. Ambros Aus Dem In Kürze Erscheinenden Album "Watzmann Live '91" Wolfgang Ambros A: Abwärts und bergauf girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfon Und Ch.Fälbl B: Lied der Knechte: Dino Germany: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
    2. Zolokora

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      An Austrian singer/songwriter and AustroPop pioneer, Wolfgang Ambros became a folk-rock staple in his homeland both for his original tunes and his covers (the work of Bob Dylan and Tom Waits chief among Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓Missing: Gewitter.
    3. Mazunris

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      Label: Amadeo - ,Metronome - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Blues, Pop • Style: Blues 4/5(19).
    4. Natilar

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      Nov 15,  · "Wolfgang Ambros-Platten leben von ihrer erzählerischen Dichte. Von seiner Kunst, äußerst sensibel Geschichten mit wenigen Worten einem so .
    5. Zushura

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      Find album credit information for Gewitter - Wolfgang Ambros on AllMusic.
    6. Shaktikus

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      August Wilhelm Ambros (17 November – 28 June ) was an Austrian composer and music historian of Czech descent.. Life. He was born at Mýto, Rokycany District, Bohemia. His father was a cultured man, and his mother was the sister of Raphael Georg Kiesewetter (–), the musical archaeologist and collector. Ambros studied at the University of Prague and was well-educated in Missing: Gewitter.
    7. Arashilrajas

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      Wolfgang Ambros - Discography Austria: 28 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery.
    8. Fezshura

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      Aug 04,  · Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
    9. Zuzahn

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      Wolfgang Ambros is an Austrian singer-songwriter, most famously known for setting the then-new trend in the s known now as Austropop. He is most famous for his songs " Da Hofa " and " Schifoan ". Wolfgang Ambros.

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