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Günter Schickert

Günter Schickert
Country
Germany
Profile
German musician born 25th April 1949. He learned to play trumpet in 1962, but taught himself guitar in 1967 and made that his main instrument. In 1971 he started playing free jazz, then in 1973 made his first solo echo-guitar sessions. In 1976 he formed the group GAM with Axel Struck and Michael Leske.
Website
http://echodrive.gmxhome.de
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (13)
Arbeit / Schickert / Schneider (ASS) — ASS Arbeit / Schickert / Schneider (ASS) — ASS
(Bureau B BB221, 2016, CD / LP/ DL)
Various Artists — Kollektion 04: Bureau B Compiled by Richard Fearless Various Artists — Kollektion 04: Bureau B Compiled by Richard Fearless
(Bureau B BB184, 2015, 2CD)
Ziguri (Kölsch / Schickert / Erdenreich) — Ziguri (Kölsch / Schickert / Erdenreich) Ziguri (Kölsch / Schickert / Erdenreich) — Ziguri (Kölsch / Schickert / Erdenreich)
(Bureau B 404717989119, 2014, CD/LP)
Klaus Schulze & Günter Schickert — The Schulze-Schickert Session Klaus Schulze & Günter Schickert — The Schulze-Schickert Session
(Mirumir MIR100704, 2013, CD)
Günter Schickert — Mauerharfe 1989 - 2009 Günter Schickert — Mauerharfe 1989 - 2009
((Not on label) no#, 2009, CD)
Günter Schickert — Somnambul Günter Schickert — Somnambul
(Musique Intemporelle 7689, 1995, CD)
Günter Schickert — Kinder in der Wildnis Günter Schickert — Kinder in der Wildnis
(Bureau B BB151, 1983/2013, CD)
GAM — 1979 Final Freak-Out GAM — 1979 Final Freak-Out
(Auricle AMCDR 218/9, 1979/2016, 2CD)
Günter Schickert — Überfällig Günter Schickert — Überfällig
(Bureau B BB096, 1979/2012, CD)
GAM — Eiszeit GAM — Eiszeit
(Cosmic Egg UTCE 002, 1978/2005, CD)
GAM — 1976 GAM — 1976
(Auricle AMCDR 021, 1976/2016, CD)
Klaus Schulze & Günter Schickert — The Schulze-Schickert Session Klaus Schulze & Günter Schickert — The Schulze-Schickert Session
(Miramar MIR100704CD, 1975/2013, CD)
Günter Schickert — Samtvogel Günter Schickert — Samtvogel
(Important Records IMPREC 380, 1974/2013, CD)

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