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Uli Trepte

Uli Trepte
Country
Germany
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Ulrich Trepte (1941 - 2009) was a German bass player, a founding member of both the Irene Schweizer Trio (free-jazz) and the free-rock trio Guru Guru. He also played with jazz musicians like Yusef Lateef, Gato Barbieri, Barney Wilen, Mal Waldron and John Mclaughlin.
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http://www.ulitrepte.de
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (8)
Guru Guru — 30 Jahre Live Guru Guru — 30 Jahre Live
(Revisited Records SPV 304952 DCD+CD, 1998/2006, 3CD)
Various Artists — Archives of Space Various Artists — Archives of Space
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0064-2, 1997, CD)
Guru Guru / Uli Trepte — Hot on Spot / Inbetween Guru Guru / Uli Trepte — Hot on Spot / Inbetween
(Spalax CD14998, 1974/1996, CD)
Guru Guru — Känguru Guru Guru — Känguru
(Brain SPV 306272 CD, 1972/2009, CD)
Guru Guru — Hinten Guru Guru — Hinten
(Captain Trip CTCD-626, 1971/2008, CD)
Guru Guru — Essen 1970 Guru Guru — Essen 1970
(Garden of Delights CD 075, 1970/2002, CD)
Guru Guru — UFO Guru Guru — UFO
(LION 626, 1970/2008, CD)
Guru Guru Groove Band — The Birth of Krautrock 1969 Guru Guru Groove Band — The Birth of Krautrock 1969
(Cleopatra CLO 0253, 1969/2016, CD/LP)

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