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Chain of Fools

Axel Kühn, Matthias Erlewein, Klaus Graf, SWR Big Band

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Chain of Fools

Don Covay, Composer - Felice Civitareale, Artist - Decebal Badila, Artist - Magnus Lindgren, Artist, MainArtist - Guido Jöris, Artist - Axel Kühn, Artist - Marc Godfroid, Artist - Roland Peil, Artist - Klaus-Peter Schöpfer, Artist - Klaus Wagenleiter, Artist - Pierre Paquette, Artist - Karl Farrent, Artist - SWR Big Band, Ensemble, MainArtist - Klaus Graf, Artist - Ian Cumming, Artist - Martin Auer, Artist - Andi Maile, Artist - Matthias Erlewein, Artist - Lukas Jochner, Artist - Nemanja Jovanovic, Artist - Eberhard Budziat, Artist - Rudi Reindl, Artist

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