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Kampec Dolores

Kampec Dolores
Kampec Dolores is a Hungarian avan-rock band formed in the mid-80s by Gabi Kenderesi (voice, violin) and Csaba Hajnoczy (guitar, composition). The rest of the lineup has varied over the years, and they often work with renowned jazz saxophonist István Grencsó.
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Kampec Dolores — Tema Principale Kampec Dolores — Tema Principale
(Trottel SZ02TR2005CD, 2013, CD)
Kampec Dolores — Evaliyé Kampec Dolores — Evaliyé
(1G 0111203-2, 2011, CD)
Kampec Dolores — Earth Mother Sky Father Kampec Dolores — Earth Mother Sky Father
(ReR Megacorp KD-006, 2005, CD)
Kampec Dolores + Grencsó István — Koncert! Kampec Dolores + Grencsó István — Koncert!
(ReR Megacorp ReRKD4, 2003, CD)
Kampec Dolores — A Bivaly Hátán / Sitting on the Buffalo Kampec Dolores — A Bivaly Hátán / Sitting on the Buffalo
(ReR Megacorp ReR KD2, 2000, CD)
Kampec Dolores — Zúgó (Rapid) Kampec Dolores — Zúgó (Rapid)
(ReR Megacorp ReR KD1, 1996, CD)
Kampec Dolores — Tü Fokán (Eye of the Needle) Kampec Dolores — Tü Fokán (Eye of the Needle)
(Bahia CDB 004, 1993, CD)
Kampec Dolores — Levitation Kampec Dolores — Levitation
(ReR Megacorp PE 07, 1991, LP)
Kampec Dolores — Kampec Dolores Kampec Dolores — Kampec Dolores
(Ring RL 2012, 1988, LP)

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