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Annexus Quam

Annexus Quam
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Germany
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Initially known by the name Ambition In Music, Annexus Quam was an experimental psychedelic group that emerged from the German "cosmic rock" scene during the late 60's to record a pair of albums that ranged from progressive jazz and fusion to free improvisation.
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Annexus Quam  — Beziehungen Annexus Quam — Beziehungen
(Spalax 14811, 1972/1993, CD)
Annexus Quam  — Osmose Annexus Quam — Osmose
(Spalax 14881, 1970/1995, CD)

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