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Alquin - The Mountain Queen

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  • Faugis
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    23.01.2020 at 10:50 Reply

  • Faekazahn
    Alquin discography and songs: Music profile for Alquin, formed Genres: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Rock. Albums include The Mountain Queen, Marks, and Nobody Can Wait Forever.

    25.01.2020 at 16:22 Reply

  • Akinogor
    Alquin - The Mountain Queen ( dutch, outstanding progressive rock with blues and jazz shades, esoteric remaster issue) A few students in Delft start a group in It is called Threshold Fear and they mainly play rhytmn and blues.

    25.01.2020 at 04:36 Reply

  • Arakazahn
    Oct 21,  · ALQUIN- The Mountain Queen Eclectic Prog/Progressive Rock Netherlands - Hein Mars / bass - Paul Westrate / drums - Job Tarenskeen / saxophone, percussion, vocals - .

    28.01.2020 at 15:22 Reply

  • Bazil
    Nov 10,  · Alquin's second album, Mountain Queen, was originally released in It reminds me most of Traffic, or early Caravan. However, you might also hear hints of early Pink Floyd or early King Crimson. Ferdinand Bakker is skilled and soulful on electric violin and especially on electric guitar, 5/5(2).

    25.01.2020 at 21:29 Reply

  • Balabar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Mountain Queen on Discogs/5(7).

    23.01.2020 at 02:36 Reply

  • Dainris
    The Mountain Queen, an Album by Alquin. Released August 31, on Esoteric (catalog no. eclec; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock/5(1).

    25.01.2020 at 08:51 Reply

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