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Moving Gelatine Plates

Moving Gelatine Plates
Country
France
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Moving Gelatine Plates is a French progressive rock and fusion band formed the early 70s. They were strongly influenced by Canterbury bands like Soft Machine and Caravan, and are often compared to the Dutch band Supersister. Later the band reformed under the shortened name Moving, and then after a very long hiatus in activity reformed again in 2006.
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http://mgp.ifrance.com
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Releases on file (4)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors III: Canterbury Tales Various Artists — Romantic Warriors III: Canterbury Tales
(Zeitgeist Media 3, 2015, DVD)
Moving Gelatine Plates — Removing Moving Gelatine Plates — Removing
(Musea FGBG 4663.AR, 2006, CD)
Moving Gelatine Plates — The World of Genius Hans Moving Gelatine Plates — The World of Genius Hans
(Musea FGBG 4101.AR, 1972/1994, CD)
Moving Gelatine Plates — Moving Gelatine Plates Moving Gelatine Plates — Moving Gelatine Plates
(Musea FGG 4062.AR, 1971/1980, CD)

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