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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

11 news shows for December - plus 2023 Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

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Tim & Puma Mimi

Tim & Puma Mimi
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Swiss Tim (aka Christian Fischer) and Japanese Mimi (aka Michiko Hanawa) met in the Netherlands at a Saint Nikolaus party in end 2003. The two drunken people started to talk about music, and discovered both had a muscical background. Michiko played in a pop-punk band ("The Gum Drops") in Tokyo, and Christian played flute and keybords in several bands ("Seelenluft" and "Märklin") in Zurich. In ten days, they composed and recorded three songs and one self-remix. This became the first EP "The Adventures of Tim and Puma Mimi". And since then, the adventures never stops, they recorded songs in Tokyo, Zurich, New York, in trains, via skype, on airports and played over 50 live shows around the globe. And here comes the third offical Release: "One Two Three Tim & Puma Mimi" stattmusik.ch/kompakt-net.de 12"vinyl/mp3 on iTunes
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