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    Quote Originally Posted by Squire1977!! View Post
    Spartacus will always be my favorite Triumvirat album. I find its arrangements the tightest of all their recordings.
    I love Spartacus as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squire1977!! View Post
    Spartacus will always be my favorite Triumvirat album. I find its arrangements the tightest of all their recordings.
    I've always considered Spartacus my favorite, but having just revisited both that and Double Dimple in rapid succession (I recently scored vintage vinyl copies), I just might give the nod to the latter.

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    Tough call for me. Illusions was the first one I heard. I love the diversity. Spartacus is more cohesive and powerful, plus I got to see them live on that tour! Love them both, but I will stick with Illusions as my favorite.
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    One of my favorite bands from that era and I'm sorry I never got a chance to see them live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeprogmeister View Post
    Apparently he's been the keyboardist/musical director for the singer Tommy Engel for a number of years
    https://www.tommyengel.de/jfo/
    Tommy Engel is the dad of Kai Engel who plays keyboards in Brings. Jürgen Fritz is a guest on their live-album Dat wor geil, together with Tommy Engel.

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    From Dutch television for Presdoug,don't know if you have seen this before.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLTO...em-uploademail

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcup View Post
    From Dutch television for Presdoug,don't know if you have seen this before.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLTO...em-uploademail
    Thanks! Never had seen that before. Triumvirat really changed their sound by the end, didn't they?
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