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    • Photo from 22. oktober kraan live at Roxy in Ulm (photographer: Frieder Rodermund.)
      22. oktober 2003
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    • A Kraan ticket-museum:

    • Another Jan Fride release from 1999 has been detected: BLUB - 6 SONGS FOR LAVA LIGHT BULBS.
      Picture of cover at solos & works

    • Kraan at Nearfest: 9 minutes live interview - Look under interviews.

    • A review from "Musik Express" 9/1982" (sent as text thanks to Fred Bauer).

    • A Hattler review from USA

    • Remember: Christmas is coming (MUAHAHA !). Give your friends and family some great music from or perhaps Ingos new relaxation cd from

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      The HATTLER track "Delhi News" from the upcoming HATTLER album "BASS CUTS" was compiled to "Asia Lounge - asian flavoured club tunes - 3rd floor" (Audiopharm/spv) and is released now.

      Some of the new "BASS CUTS" material will be performed (solo!) at:
      Heidelberg - halle02 (RE/ACT-Medienkunstfestival) - Dec. 06, 2003
      Ulm - Roxy (for "amnesty international") - Dec. 10, 2003
      Ulm - Xinedome Lounge - Dec. 12, 2003 (t.b.c.)

      The HATTLER track "New I.D./preMX" (from the album "REMIXED VOCAL CUTS") was not only chosen as opener for the U.S. release "electrojazz at club Blue Note" but also for the forthcoming french movie "Je reste" (directed by Diane Kurys).
      And the HATTLER track "Nachtmaschine" (from the album "NO EATS YES") is playing on United Airlines during November and December 2003.

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    The Kraan site contributors "Hall of fame"
    Without these people this site would have been boring !
    In arbitrary order:
    Matt Gregory - U.S.A.
    Per Skiold Frederiksen - Denmark
    Achim Vater - Germany
    Petrus Wippel - Germany
    Andreas Hedler - Germany
    Wolfgang Schmidt - Germany
    Gary Holdinghausen - U.S.A.
    Andi Görres - Germany
    Rolf Spengler - Germany
    Michael Loesl - Germany
    Thorsten Knoop - Germany
    Eib Eibelshäuser - Germany
    Ulrich Jagusch - Germany
    Hellmut Hattler - Germany
    Kark Heinz Jardner - Germany
    Rudolf Weinert - Germany
    Bernward Koch - Germany
    Charles Snider - U.S.A.
    Lutz Schönlau - Germany
    Arndt aus Hilden/Düsseldorf - Germany
    Uwe Kerkau - Germany
    Uwe Zipter - Germany
    Michael Bohn - Denmark
    Peter Wolbrandt - Germany
    Jan Fride (Wolbrandt) - Germany
    Christian Zey (Chrille)- Germany
    Robert J. Baumann - U.S.A.
    Günni Heidler - Germany
    Andi Scheibler - Germany
    Gunter Auer - Germany
    Lutz Wernicke - Germany
    Jürgen Lange - Germany
    Achim Helge Winkelmeier - Germany
    Günter Zoufal - Germany
    Dirk Jan Müller - Germany
    Herrmann Imkamp - Germany
    Wolfgang Schumacher - Germany
    Hans-Peter Linz - Germany
    Ulrich Mrosek
    Chris Wilhelm - U.S.A.
    Fred Bauer - Germany
    Daniel & Dave Svita - USA
    Frieder Rodermund - Germany

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    Michael Bohn

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