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Orange Peel
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Orange Peel was a German band from Hanau which existed from 1968 to 1971 and released one single and one album. They still reunite for single gigs in their hometown. Members were H. Peter Bischof (vocals, percussion), Leslie Link (guitar, effects), Heini Mohn (bass), Ralph Wiltheiß (organ), and Curt Cress (drums). Cress would later work with Passport, Trimvirat, and others.
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(Bellaphon 9687127, 1970/2011, CD)

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