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Well Done - Focus - Hamburger Concerto

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  1. I got the slightly bizarre 1st Album (Focus Plays Focus or maybe sometimes In and Out of Focus) which I generally liked as well but for reasons unknown avoided the 3rd Album Focus 3 for many years Hamburger Concerto The bands 4th studio album came up in the months offerings I went for it.
  2. Hamburger Concerto is a music studio album recording by FOCUS (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Hamburger Concerto's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts /5.
  3. Jul 14,  · It's now time for the feast, the central piece of the work, the self titled epic Hamburger Concerto, I almost fell to the floor in laughter when I read the name of the parts of this epic (Starter, Rare, Medium I, Medium II, Well Done and One for the Road) simply hilarious to blend Johan Sebastian Bach with Burgers King or Mc' Donald'bluesrock.akinosbramuroadorana.infoinfo: Zen Archer.
  4. Mar 18,  · Hamburger Concerto: Well Done Hamburger Concerto: One for the Road Early Birth. Product description Having been a Focus fan from their early years until the present, I am in the process of purchasing their albums on CD to save any further wear on the original vinyl LP's. This album sounds fine on CD with Thijs Van Leer's /5(40).
  5. Focus’ second effort Moving Waves turned out to be the first in a trilogy of classic albums (continued with Focus III and Hamburger Concerto). It helped to establish the definitive band's signature sound, brought them international acclaim, and a hit of both side of the Atlantic, called Hocus Pocus.
  6. Hamburger Concerto is the fourth studio album by the Dutch progressive rock band Focus. Released in , it peaked at#20 on the UK charts. The title track is based on Variations on a Theme by Haydn by Johannes Brahms. Cite error: tags exist, but no tag was found.

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