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Finch

Finch
Country
Netherlands
Profile
A Dutch instrumental symphonic prog-rock band formed in 1974 after Q65 broke up. Guitarist Joop van Nimwegen, bassist Peter Vink and drummer Beer Klaasse (ex Groep 1850) added keyboardist Paul Vink. They practiced for a year, replaced Paul Vink, eventually releasing three albums late 70s.
Website
http://q65.org
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Releases on file (4)
Finch — Stage '76 - The Making of... Galleons of Passion Finch — Stage '76 - The Making of... Galleons of Passion
(Pseudonym CDP-1066-DD, 1999, CD)
Finch — Galleons of Passion Finch — Galleons of Passion
(Belle Antique BELLE 071305, 1977/2007, CD)
Finch — Beyond Expression Finch — Beyond Expression
(Pseudonym CDP 1015 DD, 1976/1994, CD)
Finch — Glory of the Inner Force Finch — Glory of the Inner Force
(9450, 1975/1994, CD)

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