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Lubos Fiser - Valerie and Her Week Of Wonders



Lubos Fiser - Valerie and Her Week Of Wonders
Lubos Fiser - Valerie and Her Week Of Wonders
(LP) Finders Keepers FKR009LP, 2006

LP Tracklisting:
A01. The Magic Yard
A02. Talk With Grandmother
A03. The Letter
A04. The Sermon
A05. Losing The Way
A06. The Visit
A07. The Work of Death
A08. Dinner
A09. Dense Smoke
A10. The Contract / The Wedding
A11. The Punishment
B01. Disquiet
B02. Awakening
B03. Brother and Sister
B04. Sacrifice
B05. The Letter 2 / Friends
B06. In Flames
B07. Puppets
B08. Homeless
B09. Questions and Answers
B10. Confession
B11. Forgiveness
B12. And The Last

Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders has transcended film, its country of origin, and everything that tethers it to a specific time and place. It is a cultural touchstone that will continue to find relevence as long as people sustain the ability to live free, love freely and dream outside all boundaries.

LP Artwork:

Djouls

Djouls

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