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Barock Project

Barock Project
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Italy
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Barock Project is a band based in Modena, Italy, featuring Eric Ombelli (drums), Luca Pancaldi (vocals), Luca Zabbini (keyboards, guitar, bass, vocals), and Marco Mazzuoccolo (guitar), along with a series of different bass players.
Website
http://www.barockproject.net
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (7)
Barock Project — Seven Seas Barock Project — Seven Seas
(Aereostella, 2019, CD)
Barock Project — Detachment Barock Project — Detachment
(Artalia 22R042017, 2017, CD)
Barock Project — Vivo Barock Project — Vivo
(Bandcamp Artalia ART/002, 2016, 2CD)
Barock Project — Skyline Barock Project — Skyline
(Bandcamp Artalia ART/001, 2015, CD)
Barock Project — Coffee in Neukölln Barock Project — Coffee in Neukölln
(Musea FGBG 4895, 2012, CD)
Barock Project — Rebus Barock Project — Rebus
(Mellow MP 509, 2009, CD)
Barock Project — Misteriosevoci Barock Project — Misteriosevoci
(Musea FGBG 4728.AR, 2007, CD)

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