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Mörglbl

Mörglbl
Country
France
Profile
French fusion trio.
Website
http://www.morglbl.com
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Releases on file (5)
Mörglbl — Brütal Römance Mörglbl — Brütal Römance
(Free Electric Sound FES4010, 2012, CD)
Mörglbl — Jazz for the Deaf Mörglbl — Jazz for the Deaf
(Free Electric Sound FES4009, 2009, CD)
Mörglbl — Grötesk Mörglbl — Grötesk
(Free Electric Sound FES4006, 2007, CD)
Mörglbl — Bienvenue à Mörglbl Land Mörglbl — Bienvenue à Mörglbl Land
(IHL, 1999, CD)
Mörglbl — The Mörglbl Trio!! Mörglbl — The Mörglbl Trio!!
(IHL, 1998, CD)

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