Thrice Mice

Thrice Mice was a German classical/jazz-rock band from Hamburg that released a self-titled album on Philips in 1971. The band gigged in various iterations for the preceding five years. Thrice Mice! was later reissued with 30 minutes of bonus live recordings from the 1967–69 period. They folded in 1972 when singer/saxophonist Karl-Heinz Blumenberg and guitarist Werner von Gosen formed the jazz-rocker/soul septet Altona.

Members: Rainer von Gosen (bass), Werner von Gosen (guitar), Arno Bredehöft (drums), Gerd Adlung (drums), Hans-Hermann Jäger (organ), Karl-Heinz Blumenberg (vocals, alto saxophone, percussion, flute, guitar), Wolfgang Buhre (tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, clarinet, percussion), Wolfram Minnemann (organ, piano, guitar)


  • Thrice Mice! (1971)

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