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Who Are The Poets Of Rhythm?




The Poets Of Rhythm are :
Boris "Bo Baral" Geiger : Lead Vocals / Percussion / Musical Director
Jan "JJ" Weissenfeldt (Whitefield) : Guitar / Musical Director
Jan "Curly" Krause : Fender Bass
Till "Spooky" Sahm : Organ / Moog / Rhodes
Malte "Malteo" Müller-Egloff : Alto Sax (later replaced by Wolfgang "Wolfi" Schlick)
Wolfgang "Wolfi" Schlick : Alto Sax / Side Flute
Michael "Treetop" Voss : Trumpet
Max "Muggy" Weissenfeldt (Whitefield) : Drums

The Poets Of Rhythm are also known as :
Bo Baral's Excursionists of Perception
Bus People Express
Dynamic Soundmakers
Karl Hector & the Funk Pilots
The Mercy Sluts
The Mighty Continentals
The New Process
Organized Raw Funk
The Pan-Atlantics
The Soul-Saints Orchestra
The Soul Sliders
Syrup
The Whitefield Brothers
The Woo Woo's


Also listed as part of the Poets Of Rhythm discography are :
Bo Baral (solo)
Connie Price & The Keystones (feat. Jan Weissenfeldt)
The Malcouns (produced by Bo Baral)

Their 'official' website :
tramprecords.com

Note :
The Soul-Saints (Hymns for the Soul, 2001) is a UK band and has nothing to do with The Poets Of Rhythm.
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Livia Livia ·  11 January 2007, 04:40

please help me somebody!!!!
I like to know the poets of rhythm address or e-mail! Please write me if you are know!!!

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