Krokodil: Getting Up For The Morning, LP (Vinyl)
Krokodil: Getting Up For The Morning, LP (Vinyl)
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Krokodil
Getting Up For The Morning

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover
  • Bacillus Records
  • (BLPS 19117)
  • Bellaphon
  • (BLPS 19117)
  • 7 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • VG+ / EX-
  • used
  • some surface marks on vinyl, crackles in some quiet parts, shelf wear and and minor signs of tag removal on cover

tracks

A1

Marzipan

Written By
6:10
A2

And I Know

Written By
7:45
A3

Rabatz

Written By
3:22
A4

Was There A Time

Written By
1:17
B1

Schooldays

Written By
8:10
B2

Song No. 2 (Thoughts Under Bad Conditions)

Written By
6:10
B3

The 12th Of March

Written By
7:25

Credits

Bass
  • Terry Stevens
  • Walty Anselmo
Electric Guitar
  • Terry Stevens
Keyboards
  • Terry Stevens
Lead Vocals
  • Terry Stevens
  • Walty Anselmo
Drums
  • Düde Dürst
Percussion
  • Düde Dürst
Vocals
  • Düde Dürst
  • Mojo Weideli
Design
  • Düde Dürst
Engineer
  • Dieter Dierks
Harmonica
  • Mojo Weideli
Flute
  • Mojo Weideli
Lead Guitar
  • Walty Anselmo
Acoustic Guitar
  • Walty Anselmo
Sitar
  • Walty Anselmo
Photography By
  • René Leutwyler
Producer
  • Peter Hauke
  • Krokodil
Arranged By
  • Krokodil

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