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Panzerpappa
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Norway
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Panzerpappa’s music is instrumental, jazzy, fusion, progressive, rock and avantgarde, also Rock in Oposition. They are often compared with band such as Univers Zero, Henry Cow and Samla Mammas Manna, but they also have their own take on this vein of challenging music. Sax player Steinar Børve has a side project called Mythopoeic Mind.
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http://www.panzerpappa.com
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Releases on file (7)
Panzerpappa — Summarisk Suite Panzerpappa — Summarisk Suite
(Apollon Records ARP013, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Panzerpappa — Pestrottedans Panzerpappa — Pestrottedans
(AltrOck Productions ALT-052, 2016, CD)
Panzerpappa — Astromalist Panzerpappa — Astromalist
(Rune Grammofon RSCD2135, 2012, CD)
Panzerpappa — Koralrevens Klagsang Panzerpappa — Koralrevens Klagsang
(Hangar B DHCCD501, 2006, CD)
Panzerpappa — Farlig Vandring Panzerpappa — Farlig Vandring
(Avant Audio Productions AAP 001, 2004, CD)
Panzerpappa — Presenter Hulemysteriet Panzerpappa — Presenter Hulemysteriet
(Bandcamp no#, 2002, CD)
Panzerpappa — ...Passer Gullfisk Panzerpappa — ...Passer Gullfisk
(Bandcamp no#, 2000, CD)

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