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  1. Jan 08,  · Blue sunday morning - Out of focus goffslamapcumturicesfimerteamegutt.xyzinfo
  2. Out of Focus were helped by a good promotion during /71, ''See how a white Negro flies'' was included in Polydor's compilation ''Sounds '71'' and the track ''Blue Sunday morning'' became part of Kuckuck's ''SiebenSiebzig'' goffslamapcumturicesfimerteamegutt.xyzinfo months after the release of ''Wake up!'' the Germans visited the Bavaria Studios in München to record a second album, which strangely carried the name of the /5(8).
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  4. 1) Out of Focus were amongst the finest of German rock fusion bands. Formed in late in Munich, they rapidly established a stylish and refined blend of rock and jazz, that drew in psychedelic overtones and also a profound socio-political awareness.
  5. Focus 11, an Album by Focus. Released 25 January on In and Out of Focus (catalog no. IFCD; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  6. Out of Focus, an Album by Out of Focus. Released 29 November on Reactive (catalog no. EREACD; CD). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Krautrock, Progressive Rock.
  7. "Four Letter Monday' was the third album by "OUT OF FOCUS" and in sharp contrast to their previous two, expanded to an piece group, adding an extra guitarist as well as a full brass section. This double album features the 2 side long epic track Huchen 55 (parts a, b and c) which is an amazing track and worth the admission alone.4/5(8).
  8. Find Focus discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Dutch prog rockers, led by Thijs van Leer, who surprisingly hit it big in with their instrumental single "Hocus Pocus.".

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