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Schneeball, originally named April, is a record label started in the 70s by members of Embryo, Missus Beastly, Sparifankal and Ton Steine Scherben.
Releases on file (10)
Embryo — Turn Peace Embryo — Turn Peace
(Schneeball 1045-26, 1989/1990, CD)
Embryo — Embryo's Reise Embryo — Embryo's Reise
(Schneeball 20, 1979/1994, CD)
Embryo — Ibn Battuta Embryo — Ibn Battuta
(Schneeball 1052-2, 1994, CD)
Embryo — Tour 98: Istanbul-Casablanca Embryo — Tour 98: Istanbul-Casablanca
(Schneeball 8536-2, 1999, 2CD)
Embryo — 2000 Live Vol.1 Embryo — 2000 Live Vol.1
(Schneeball 9753-2, 2000, CD)
Embryo — 2001 Live Vol.1 Embryo — 2001 Live Vol.1
(Schneeball 0835-2, 2002, CD)
Embryo / Mal Waldron / Charlie Mariano — 2.6.73 in Hamburg Embryo / Mal Waldron / Charlie Mariano — 2.6.73 in Hamburg
(Schneeball M-01, 1973/2003, LP)
Embryo — Hallo Mik Embryo — Hallo Mik
(Schneeball 24462-5, 2004, CD)
Embryo — Live im Wendland Embryo — Live im Wendland
(Schneeball 76, 2007, CD)
Embryo — Freedom in Music Embryo — Freedom in Music
(Schneeball 858222, 2008, CD)

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