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Håkan Almkvist (Orient Squeezers)

Håkan Almkvist (Orient Squeezers)
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Sweden
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Orient Squeezers is the solo project of Håkan Almkvist, who is also in Ensemble Nimbus.
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Ensemble Nimbus — Scapegoat Ensemble Nimbus — Scapegoat
(Record Heaven RHCD12, 19998/1998, CD)
Hasse Bruniusson — Flying Food Circus Hasse Bruniusson — Flying Food Circus
(Burlesco BUR 001, 2002, CD)
Orient Squeezers — Nubia Orient Squeezers — Nubia
(Record Heaven RHCD59, 2001, CD)
Ensemble Nimbus — Garmonbozia Ensemble Nimbus — Garmonbozia
(Record Heaven RHCD25, 2000, CD)
Orient Squeezers — Nagas Orient Squeezers — Nagas
(Record Heaven RHCD30, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Floralia Vol. 3 Various Artists — Floralia Vol. 3
(Mizmaze WoT4CD99003, 1999, CD)
Orient Squeezers — Sadhu Orient Squeezers — Sadhu
(Record Heaven RHCD17, 1999, CD)
In the Labyrinth — Walking on Clouds In the Labyrinth — Walking on Clouds
(Record Heaven RHCD21, 1999, CD)
The Flower Kings — Stardust We Are The Flower Kings — Stardust We Are
(Inside Out Music IOMACD 4011, 1997/2000, 2CD)
Ensemble Nimbus — Key Figures Ensemble Nimbus — Key Figures
(Ad Perpetuam Memoriam APM 9403 AT, 1994, CD)

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