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A.R. & Machines (Achim Reichel)

A.R. & Machines (Achim Reichel)
Country
Germany
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A.R. & Machines is the project of ex-The Rattles guitarist/vocalist Achim Reichel, featuring guitar and echo machines along with percussion and other instrumentation.
Website
http://www.achimreichel.de
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Releases on file (8)
A.R. & Machines — The Art of German Psychedelic 1970-1974 A.R. & Machines — The Art of German Psychedelic 1970-1974
(BMG 538037740, 2017, 10CD Box Set)
A.R. & Machines — Echos Aus Zeiten Der Grünen Reise A.R. & Machines — Echos Aus Zeiten Der Grünen Reise
(Polydor 557 402-2, 1998, CD)
A.R. & Machines — Erholung A.R. & Machines — Erholung
(Brain 1068, 1975, LP)
A.R. & Machines — Autovision A.R. & Machines — Autovision
(Zebra Records 2949 016, 1974, LP)
A.R. & Machines — AR IV A.R. & Machines — AR IV
(Zebra Records 2949 008, 1973, LP)
A.R. & Machines — AR3 A.R. & Machines — AR3
(Zebra Records 2949 006, 1972, LP)
A.R. & Machines — Echo A.R. & Machines — Echo
(Polydor 2633 003, 1972, 2LP)
A.R. & Machines — Die Grüne Reise - The Green Journey A.R. & Machines — Die Grüne Reise - The Green Journey
(Polydor 23 673-2, 1971/1994, CD)

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