Sff (Schicke Fuhrs Frohling) - Complete Recordings | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Tao
2. Solution
3. Dialog
4. Sundrops
5. Pictures
6. Wizzard
7. Autumn sun in cold water
8. Artificial Energy
9. Driftin'
10. Troja
11. 1580
12. Explorer
13. Open Doors
14. Song From India
15. Ticket to Everywhere
16. Spain Span Spanish
17. Here And Now
18. Slow Motion
19. Folk `n Roll
20. Every Land Tells A Story (Bonus, live in Essen, 1978)
21. Medley: Explorer / Wizzard (Bonus, live in Essen, 1978)
22. Tao (live in Papenburg, 1975)
23. Dialog (live in Papenburg, 1975)
24. Gedankenspiel (live in Papenburg, 1975)
25. Modimidofre (live in Papenburg, 1975)
26. Prickel Pit (live in Papenburg, 1975)
27. Ammernoon (live in Papenburg, 1975)
28. Dadadam (live in Papenburg, 1975)
29. Ticket to Everywhere (live in Papenburg, 1975)

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SFF (Eduard Schicke, Gerd Führs and Heinz Fröhling), had an orchestral sound that was overwhelming and fascinating. With Dieter Dierks (Scorpions, Wallenstein, Nektar etc.) the band found an excellent producer for their first album "Symphonic Pictures", which was released in 1976 and sold about 12,000 copies. The trio's popularity grew mainly due to their unforgettable live concerts - "It was a bit like magic and an overwhelming intensity that took the audience and the band together into another world." In this context, the SFF gigs in Scheeßel (Germany, 1977) and, of course, the Brain Festival (1978), from which two songs appear on this collection, should be mentioned. In 1977 and 1978 SFF recorded two more records with Dieter Dierks: "Sunburst" and "Ticket To Everywhere". After the recording of the last album, musical and ideological differences arose and the trio disbanded. Gerd lived in Bremen until his tragic death in November 1992. He worked in Japan, the USA, England and Germany for Yamaha, who considered Gerd one of the best programmers / keyboard consultants in the world. This CD release is dedicated to his memory.