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Wind of Change

By Martin Popoff
  • ISBN Code: : 1908724404
  • Publisher : Wymer UK
  • Pages : 266
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"No question Scorpions, Germany's loudest and proudest rock band has been one of that country's most successful musical exports. Winds of Change documents the band's career with analysis of every song on every album the Teutonic tone-masters ever crafted ... draws on the authors interviews with all of the principal players, including Klause Meine, Rudolf Schenker, Uli Jon Roth, Herman Rarebell, Matthias Jabs, and Francis Buchholz, along with the likes of Michael Schenker, Don Dokken, Bobby Rondinelli and manager David Krebs."--Back cover.

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