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Tyll

Tyll
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Tyll was a German progressive band with folky and psychedelic touches, featuring ex-Eulenspygel drummer Günter Klinger. The other members were Achim Bosch (bass) and Det Fonfara (guitar), along with singers Michael Scherf, Susanne Schempp, and Ulrike Schempp.
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Tyll — Sexphonie Tyll — Sexphonie
(Guerssen Mental Experience MENT004 / , 1975/2016, LP / CD)

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