Hans Ehrlinger Orkestereineen* ‎– Extuson - Yskänhillintään Extuson Big Band

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A1 Highway Number One
Written-By – Gerhard Narholz
3:38
A2 Aura Lee
Written-By – Trad.*
3:00
A3 Count On Me
Written-By – Otto Sieben
2:40
A4 Mary Ann
Written-By – Trad.*
2:55
A5 Jewel Of Spring
Written-By – Rolf Kulander
2:32
A6 One For You - One For Me
Written-By – Wolfgang Kaltenbach
2:59
B1 He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
Written-By – Trad.*
2:59
B2 Blue Dreams
Written-By – Hans Ehrlinger
3:23
B3 Who's Calling
Written-By – Dave Rosenholz
2:38
B4 Tie-Break
Written-By – Gil Flat
2:40
B5 A Cosy Corner On A Rainy Day
Written-By – Mario Kinel
3:11
B6 Take The Chance For A Dance
Written-By – Sammy Burdson
2:54

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Kustantaja: Edition Dezime / LeBaron Music

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): HANS E. A Fx
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): HANS E. B Fx

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jvaahtera

jvaahtera

October 12, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Good old Extuson! In the 80's one could get bottles of this cough syrup from a pharmacy without a doctor's medical prescription. Taste wasn't very good but there was a slightly psychedelic effect after the whole bottle was downed. (It has to be mentioned that nowadays the cough syrups containing dextromethorphan are denaturated in a way that makes it impossible to use it in a recreational way, be warned!).
And here's music to take your Extuson by. Strange record, indeed.