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Level ∏ (Uwe Cremer)

Level ∏ (Uwe Cremer)
Country
Germany
Profile
Level ∏ is the name used for some of Uwe Cremer's musical projects. He is a contemporary musician working in the classic style of 70s Germany.
Website
http://www.level-pi.de
Related articles (10)
Releases on file (9)
Baaden / Cremer — Aufbruch Baaden / Cremer — Aufbruch
(MellowJet no#, 2019, CD / DL)
Uwe Cremer / Thomas Rydell — Time Trilogy Uwe Cremer / Thomas Rydell — Time Trilogy
(ThomasRydellMusic trmcd004, 2016, CD/DL)
Level Pi — This Burning Part of Me Level Pi — This Burning Part of Me
((Not on label) Pi 02, 2015, CD)
Audio Cologne Project — 2911. Audio Cologne Project — 2911.
((Not on label) no#, 2013, DL)
Level Pi — Dunkelstunde Level Pi — Dunkelstunde
((Not on label) no#, 2012, CD)
Uwe Cremer / Thomas Rydell — Sirius Singularity Uwe Cremer / Thomas Rydell — Sirius Singularity
(ThomasRydellMusic trmcd003, 2012, CD)
Level Pi — Electronic Sheep Level Pi — Electronic Sheep
(Musea DR 8464, 2009, CD)
Level Pi — Entrance Level Pi — Entrance
(Garden of Delights GODCD126, 2006, CD)
Various Artists — Psychedelic Underground 13 Various Artists — Psychedelic Underground 13
(Garden of Delights CD 130, 1979/2007, CD)

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