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Abel Ganz

Abel Ganz
Country
Scotland
Profile
Scottish four-piece + guests active since the 1980s. Their original singer was Alan Reed (later of Pallas)
Website
http://www.abelganz.com
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Releases on file (7)
Abel Ganz — Abel Ganz Abel Ganz — Abel Ganz
(Abel Records ARAG003CD, 2014, CD)
Abel Ganz — Shooting Albatross Abel Ganz — Shooting Albatross
(Abel Records ARAG001CD, 2008, CD)
Abel Ganz — Back From The Zone Abel Ganz — Back From The Zone
(F2 Records 200202, 2006, CD)
Abel Ganz — The Deafening Silence Abel Ganz — The Deafening Silence
(MSI CDMS 1168, 1994, CD)
Abel Ganz — Gratuitous Flash Abel Ganz — Gratuitous Flash
(Ugum Productions UGU 00891, 1991, CD)
Abel Ganz — Gullibles Travels Abel Ganz — Gullibles Travels
(Ugum Productions UGU 00791, 1990, CD)
Abel Ganz — The Dangers of Strangers Abel Ganz — The Dangers of Strangers
(Ugum Productions UGU 00591, 1988, CD)

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