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Sula Bassana (Dave Schmidt)

Sula Bassana (Dave Schmidt)
Country
Germany
Profile
Dave Schmidt aka Sula Bassana is a German solo artist born the 27th of January 1968. He participated in many bands and projects, including quite popular space rock/ psychedelic rock band Weltraumstaunen that consisted of him and Andi from Growing Seeds.
Website
http://www.sulabassana.de
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (6)
Sula Bassana — Dark Days Sula Bassana — Dark Days
(Sulatron-records st1204-2, 2012, CD / 2LP)
Sula Bassana — The Night Sula Bassana — The Night
(Sulatron-records st0901, 2009, CD)
Neumeier / Genrich / Schmidt — The Intergalactic Travel Agency Neumeier / Genrich / Schmidt — The Intergalactic Travel Agency
(Sunhair SH 004, 2005, CD)
Neumeier / Genrich / Schmidt — Psychedelic Monsterjam Neumeier / Genrich / Schmidt — Psychedelic Monsterjam
(Sunhair SH 002, 2004, CD)
Sula Bassana — Dreamer - 10 Year Anniversary Edition Sula Bassana — Dreamer - 10 Year Anniversary Edition
(Sulatron-records st1207-2, 2002/2012, CD)
Zone Six — Zone Six Zone Six — Zone Six
(Sulatron-records ST 1708-2, 1998/2017, CD)

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