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Peter von Poehl|Going To Where The Tea Trees Are

Going To Where The Tea Trees Are

Peter Von Poehl

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Released in 2006, Going to Where the Tea Trees Are was the debut solo effort from Swedish musician Peter Von Poehl. His choice to live in Germany led to this particular album getting a full on release in central Europe, and featured the singles "The Story of the Impossible" and "Going to Where the Tea Trees Are."
© Chris True /TiVo

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Going to Where The Tea-Trees Are
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Tooth Fairy
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Travelers
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Virgin Mountains
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A Broken Skeleton Key
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Global Conspiracy
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Scorpion Grass
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The Story of the Impossible
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Tooth Fairy part. II
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The Lottery
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Little Creatures
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The Bell Tolls Five
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Released in 2006, Going to Where the Tea Trees Are was the debut solo effort from Swedish musician Peter Von Poehl. His choice to live in Germany led to this particular album getting a full on release in central Europe, and featured the singles "The Story of the Impossible" and "Going to Where the Tea Trees Are."
© Chris True /TiVo

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