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Hippie Soldier - Les Sauterelles - View To Heaven (CD, Album)

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  1. "Dream Machine" was a more original effort, and an album from , View to Heaven, also had a more pronounced folk and psychedelic feel than their earliest outings. Les Sauterelles continued recording all the way into the early '70s, and several of their songs (notably "Dream Machine") surfaced on collector-oriented reissues in the '80s.
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  3. May 21,  · LES SAUTERELLES View To Heaven ( Australian exclusive track digitally remastered CD album, the 2nd longplayer from the legendary Swiss beat group, originally released in , heading in more of a pop-psych direction than their earlier material, expanding on the group's trademark vocal harmonies, includes the hit tracks 'Heavenly Club' and 'Dream Machine').
  4. Feb 28,  · Psychedelic Rock Switzerland Tracklist: 01 Montgolfier 02 Big Old Sun 03 Hippie Soldier 04 Hello, One Kiss, Goodbye 05 Good Times 06 Where.
  5. Die Kultgruppe Les Sauterelles hatte ihren schöpferischen Höhepunkt angeblich Ende der 60er Jahre, Les Sauterelles (Schweiz) View to heaven LP Montgolfier Big old sun Hippie soldier Hello, one kiss, good bye Good new times Where have all the flowers gone Silly damsel Heavenly club.
  6. Mp3\\45Mb ******** A Swiss '60s band that have sometimes been mistakenly identified as a British group due to their single "Dream Machin.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of View To Heaven on Discogs. Label: Ariola - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Beat, Psychedelic Rock5/5(2).
  8. Les Sauterelles (Schweiz) - 2 albums. There is no information available about this band yet! Les Sauterelles (Schweiz) View to heaven LP Montgolfier Big old sun Hippie soldier Hello, one kiss, good bye Good new times Where .
  9. Oct 06,  · "Dream Machine" was a more original effort, and an album from , View to Heaven, also had a more pronounced folk and psychedelic feel than their earliest outings. Les Sauterelles continued recording all the way into the early '70s, and several of their songs (notably "Dream Machine") surfaced on collector-oriented reissues in the s.

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