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Sigmund Snopek III

Sigmund Snopek III
Country
United States
Profile
Sigmund Snopek III is an American musician and composer from Milwaukee.
Website
http://sigmundsnopek.com
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Releases on file (8)
Sigmund Snopek III — Jade Sigmund Snopek III — Jade
(Snopek 2003, 2003, CD)
Sigmund Snopek III — Miasma Fragments Sigmund Snopek III — Miasma Fragments
(Spiritone 1006, 2001, CD)
Sigmund Snopek III — Trinity Seas Seize Sees (Long Version) Sigmund Snopek III — Trinity Seas Seize Sees (Long Version)
(Musea FGBG 4330.AR, 2000, 2CD)
Sigmund Snopek III — Roy Rogers Meets Albert Einstein Sigmund Snopek III — Roy Rogers Meets Albert Einstein
(Dali DLP 20013, 1982/1987, LP)
Snopek — First Band on the Moon Snopek — First Band on the Moon
(Musea FGBG 4417, 1980/2002, CD)
Sigmund Snopek III — Nobody to Dream Sigmund Snopek III — Nobody to Dream
(Couth Youth, 1975, LP)
Sigmund Snopek III — Trinity Seas Seize Sees Sigmund Snopek III — Trinity Seas Seize Sees
(Akashic AST 1002, 1974, LP)
Sigmund Snopek III — Virginia Woolf Sigmund Snopek III — Virginia Woolf
(Music Is Intelligence WMMS 042, 1972/1994, CD)

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