Strinx ‎– Talk to the Wind (1973)

Talk to the Wind is an album by German jazz-rock band Strinx, released in 1973 on Spiegelei.

Tracklist:
A1. “Talk to the Wind” (10:40)
A2. “One for Brian” (6:27)
A3. “Green Eyes” (3:24)
B1. “Ooshee-Opalah” (12:51)
B2. “The Sphinx” (9:00)

Credits:
Wolfgang Kliegel — violin, Clavinet, harp, percussion
Werner Geck — piano
Meinhold Puhl — bass
Thomas Gross — drums, percussion

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