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Rémy Sträuli / Yonder Pond

Rémy Sträuli / Yonder Pond
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Switzerland
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Yonder Pond is the brainchild of Swiss drummer Rémy Sträuli. Gaining his chops in numerous bands from Basel, ranging from avant-jazz, glam punk, Zappa tribute, psych and power pop (Yolk, Fido, Spaltklang, The Friendly Neighbours, Fucking Beautiful – to name a few) he considered his 40th birthday to be the right time for his own solo project, which musically takes place in the wondrous world of progressive rock, his first love (along with The Beatles of course).
Website
http://mx3.ch/yonderpond
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Releases on file (9)
Yonder Pond — Pondering Aloud Yonder Pond — Pondering Aloud
((Not on label) No cat #, 2017, LP + SP)
Yolk — Oralkoholika Yolk — Oralkoholika
((Not on label) no#, 2004, CD)
Yolk — Die Vierte Yolk — Die Vierte
(Frazzul fm 0820, 2003, CD)
Yolk — Fuenftens Yolk — Fuenftens
((Not on label) no#, 2003, CD)
Yolk — This Is Syd Yolk — This Is Syd
((Not on label) no#, 2002, CD)
Yolk — Oskivinis Yolk — Oskivinis
(Triceratops no#, 2000, CD)
Yolk — Die Dritte Yolk — Die Dritte
(Xopf 29, 1997, CD)
Yolk — Die Zwoote Yolk — Die Zwoote
(Xopf 24, 1994, CD)
Yolk — Die Erste Yolk — Die Erste
(Xopf 22, 1993, CD)

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