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Performer: Frits Kaate
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Frits Kaatee, Jeanette Corde, Jeanette Cordee: best 2 tracks. Bertice Reading, Frits Kaatee, Henk van Muyen, Jacques Kingma, Pim Hogervorst, Ted Easton - I Shall Not Be Moved Two Moods, 1992 03:18. Bertice Reading, Frits Kaatee, Henk van Muyen, Jacques Kingma, Pim Hogervorst, Ted Easton - After You've Gone Two Moods, 1992 03:43. Artist: Jeanette Corde Frits Kaatee Jeanette Cordee.

Frits Kaate & Jeanette Corde.

Artist: Frits Kaatee. Album: Funk Mode, 2017. Frits Kaatee & Jeanette Corde - Easy Evil. Has been played on. Greece 2.

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Contact Corde Oblique on Messenger. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 22 October 2008. New studio album recording started. You can help the process and support us by making a donation. We always try to do our best. .23. Corde Oblique "Suono su tela" (Official Video, Ft.

Corde Oblique are one of the main Ethereal Progressive Neofolk band from Italy. They are the solo project of Riccardo Prencipe (composer, art historian) with vocal contributions from numerous female singers and actresses. They play ethereal music in a neoclassical dark wave style, with heavenly vocals. Their music is inspired by the ancient Italian visual arts.

Dutch producer Frits Wentink continues to flourish in the follow up to his debut LP Rarely Pure Never Simple that was released on WOLF Music back in March this year. Throughout releases on Heist and Wolf, Frits has consistently drawn for his arsenal of synths, effects and drum machines and through doing so has stitched a sound characterised by raw drums, analogue bass tones and odd, lo-fi samples

CORDE OBLIQUE is a Prog Folk, Progressive Rock artist from Italy. By Prencipe's own description, CORDE OBLIQUE is inspired by the Ancient Italian visual arts, not the Michelangelos, mind you, but the unsung.

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