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Lambert Ringlage

Lambert Ringlage
Country
Germany
Profile
Lambert Ringlage is a German synthesist, keyboard player, and producer of electronic music on his own label, Spheric Music. He is generally credited as simply Lambert.
Website
http://www.sphericmusic.de/framee0.htm
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (9)
Vanderson Featuring Lambert — Sequenced Thoughts Vanderson Featuring Lambert — Sequenced Thoughts
(Spheric Music SMCD 8101, 2018, CD / DL)
Bertrand Loreau Featuring Lambert — In Search of Silence Bertrand Loreau Featuring Lambert — In Search of Silence
(Spheric Music SMCD 6304, 2016, CD)
Lambert — Drachenreise Lambert — Drachenreise
(Spheric Music SMCD 1006, 2015, CD)
Lambert — Dimensions of Dreams - Remastered Lambert — Dimensions of Dreams - Remastered
(Spheric Music SMCD 1003R, 1995/2019, CD)
Lambert — Dimensions of Dreams Lambert — Dimensions of Dreams
(Spheric Music SMCD 1003, 1995, CD)
Lambert — Mirror of Motions Lambert — Mirror of Motions
(Spheric Music SMCD 1002, 1993, CD)
Lambert — Inside Out Lambert — Inside Out
(Spheric Music SMCD 1001, 1991, CD)
Lambert — Dreaming Lambert — Dreaming
(Spheric Music no#, 1990, MC)
Lambert — Pearls Lambert — Pearls
(Spheric Music SMCD 1005, 1990/2000, CD)

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