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Focus - Hamburger Concerto EP

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  2. Hamburger Concerto, an Album by Focus. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ACB ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock. Rated #79 in the best albums of , and # in the greatest all-time album chart (according to RYM users)/5(1).
  3. O, Christmas Eve more beautiful than the days How can Herod bear the light That blinks in your darkness And is celebrated and worshipped His pride listens to no reason.
  4. "Hocus Pocus" is a song by the Dutch rock band Focus, written by keyboardist, flautist and vocalist Thijs van Leer and guitarist Jan Akkerman. It was recorded and released in as the opening track of their second studio album, Moving Waves. An edited version was released as a single (with "Janis" as the B-side) on the Imperial, Polydor and Blue Horizon labels in Europe in , but failed B-side: "Janis".
  5. FOCUS Hamburger Concerto ( UK mail order only issue of the 5-track LP issued by the Audio Club Of Great Britain with an exclusive 'ACB' catalogue number, internal pocket gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little minor age yel lowing at the edges & the vinyl remains in excellent condition & looks barely played ACB).
  6. Watch the video for Early Birth from Focus's Hamburger Concerto for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. Playback options Hamburger Concerto. Focus. 10, listeners. 4 more albums featuring this track Lyrics.
  7. Hamburger Concerto, an EP by Focus. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7")/5(9).
  8. Other similar release Focus (2) - Hamburger Concerto An unknown number of this particular pressing was also sent out with a sticker on the front cover (see More Images). Other than the sticker the jacket and labels are exactly the same. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix /5(25).

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