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Harald Grosskopf

Harald Grosskopf
Country
Germany
Profile
Harald Großkopf is a German musician, drummer and keyboard player, born 23 October 1949 in Hildesheim, Germany. Over his long career he has been a member of Wallenstein, Ash Ra Tempel, and Sunya Beat as well as releasing solo works.
Website
http://haraldgrosskopf.de
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Releases on file (36)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock Part 1 Various Artists — Romantic Warriors IV - Krautrock Part 1
(Zeitgeist Media no#, 2019, DVD)
Eberhard Kranemann / Harald Grosskopf — Krautwerk Eberhard Kranemann / Harald Grosskopf — Krautwerk
(Bureau B BB271, 2017, CD)
Harald Grosskopf — Synthesist 2010 Harald Grosskopf — Synthesist 2010
(MellowJet cd-hg1001, 2010, CD)
Sunya Beat — Comin' Soon Sunya Beat — Comin' Soon
(Herzberg Verlag v-hb-003, 2006, CD)
Grosskopf, Baltes, Heilhecker - Sunya Beat — The Jelenia Gora Sessions Grosskopf, Baltes, Heilhecker - Sunya Beat — The Jelenia Gora Sessions
(Ricochet Dream rd010, 2005, CD)
Harald Grosskopf — Yeti Society Harald Grosskopf — Yeti Society
(Groove Unlimited GR-110, 2004, CD)
Harald Grosskopf — Digital Nomad Harald Grosskopf — Digital Nomad
(AMP Records AMP-CD 044, 2002, CD)
Various Artists — Manikin Records: First Decade 1992-2002 Various Artists — Manikin Records: First Decade 1992-2002
(Manikin MRCD 7062, 2002, 2CD)
Steve Baltes / Harald Grosskopf / Axel Manrico Heilhecker  — Viermal Drei (4 x 3) Steve Baltes / Harald Grosskopf / Axel Manrico Heilhecker — Viermal Drei (4 x 3)
(Groove Unlimited GR-104, 2001/2004, CD)
Sunya Beat — Delhi Slide Sunya Beat — Delhi Slide
(Think Progressive 1.906.052, 1999, CD)
Ashra — @shra Ashra — @shra
(MG.ART 201, 1998/2002, CD)
Ash Ra Tempel — The Best of the Private Tapes Ash Ra Tempel — The Best of the Private Tapes
(Purple Pyramid CLP-0299-2, 1998, 2CD)
Ash Ra Tempel — Sauce Hollandaise Ash Ra Tempel — Sauce Hollandaise
(Série Poème MRCD 9801, 1998, CD)
Sunya Beat — Sunya Beat Sunya Beat — Sunya Beat
(Think Progressive 1.807.027, 1998, CD)
Harald Grosskopf — World of Quetzal Harald Grosskopf — World of Quetzal
(MellowJet cdr-4u0713, 1992/2007, CD)
Ash Ra Tempel — Tropical Heat Ash Ra Tempel — Tropical Heat
(Spalax 14242, 1991, CD)
Harald Grosskopf — Oceanheart Harald Grosskopf — Oceanheart
(Groove Unlimited GR-106, 1986/2004, CD)
Ashra — Belle Alliance Ashra — Belle Alliance
(Spalax 14591, 1980/2002, CD)
Klaus Schulze — ...Live... Klaus Schulze — ...Live...
(Revisited Records REV 076, 1980/2007, 2CD)
Ashra  — Sunrain - The Virgin Years Ashra — Sunrain - The Virgin Years
(Caroline CAROL 1109-2, 1980/1996, CD)
Harald Grosskopf — Synthesist Harald Grosskopf — Synthesist
(Think Progressive TPCD 1.906.051, 1980/1999, CD)
Ashra — Correlation Ashra — Correlation
(Spalax 14590, 1979/2002, CD)
Ash Ra Tempel — The Private Tapes Ash Ra Tempel — The Private Tapes
(Manikin, 1979/1996, 6CD)
Klaus Schulze — X Klaus Schulze — X
(Revisited Records REV 005, 1978/2005, 2CD)
Klaus Schulze — Body Love Klaus Schulze — Body Love
(Revisited Records REV 015, 1977/2005, CD)
Klaus Schulze — Body Love, Vol. 2 Klaus Schulze — Body Love, Vol. 2
(Revisited Records SPV 78852 CD - REV 085, 1977/2007, CD)
Klaus Schulze — Moondawn Klaus Schulze — Moondawn
(Revisited Records REV 031, 1976/2007, CD)
The Symphonic Rock Orchestra Wallenstein — Stories, Songs & Symphonies The Symphonic Rock Orchestra Wallenstein — Stories, Songs & Symphonies
(Spalax 14294, 1975/1993, CD)
The Cosmic Jokers — The Cosmic Jokers The Cosmic Jokers — The Cosmic Jokers
(Spalax 14293, 1974/1994, CD)
Galactic Supermarket — Galactic Supermarket Galactic Supermarket — Galactic Supermarket
(Spalax 14292, 1974/1994, CD)
The Cosmic Jokers — Planeten Sit-In The Cosmic Jokers — Planeten Sit-In
(Spalax 14904, 1974/1995, CD)
Wallenstein — Cosmic Century Wallenstein — Cosmic Century
(Spalax 14872, 1973/1994, CD)
Ash Ra Tempel  — Starring Rosi Ash Ra Tempel — Starring Rosi
(Spalax 14247, 1973/1994, CD)
Walter Wegmüller — Tarot Walter Wegmüller — Tarot
(Spalax 14900, 1973/1994, 2CD)
Wallenstein — Blitzkrieg Wallenstein — Blitzkrieg
(Spalax 14272, 1972/1993, CD)
Wallenstein — Mother Universe Wallenstein — Mother Universe
(Spalax 14273, 1972/1993, CD)

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