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Control - John Nitzinger - Fingers In The Fan 69-99 (CD, Album)

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  1. Vudogami
    Listen to L.A. Texas Boy, Hero of the War and more from Nitzinger. Find similar music that you'll enjoy, only at doughpragsoterphopendethawrlongtersdaha.xyzinfo
  2. Zolozilkree
    In , Nitzinger returned to recording solo material and had since released the albums Didja Miss Me (), Fingers In The Fan (), a compilation of his greatest hits, a box set, and Kiss Of The Mudman () on his independent label, JTH Productions. In , Kiss Of The Mudman was picked up by SPV Records in Europe and was released worldwide. In the minute DVD documentary.
  3. Maulkis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Jewel case CD release of Going Back To Texas on Discogs.
  4. Groll
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of John In The Box on Discogs.
  5. Shaktijin
    Album Rock Arena Rock Blues-Rock Hard Rock Rock & Roll. Submit Corrections. Nitzinger Biography by Eduardo Rivadavia + Follow Artist. Nitzinger is the band named after Texan guitarist John Nitzinger, whose long career has yielded sporadic releases and on-stage appearances for over three decades, starting in the late '60s.
  6. Kigakasa
    Find album release information for Nitzinger - Nitzinger on AllMusic.
  7. Kejas
    Fingers In The Fan By John Nitzinger. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Fingers In The Fan. Featured on Fingers In The Fan. More by John Nitzinger. Kiss Of The Mudman. Dallasian Rock. The Backwoods. Voodoo Crossing A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix. More John Nitzinger.
  8. Totaxe
    out of 5 stars John Nitzinger Finally Gets Long Overdue Box Set Treatment! Reviewed in the United States on September 21, Having been a fan of John Nitzinger since discovering his work with Texas hard rockers Bloodrock circa , I was naturally delighted to discover this newly released imported box set of Nitzinger's classic first 3 /5(5).
  9. Voodoogul
    Feb 19,  · Biography Arriving all of four years after Nitzinger's closely stacked first two albums -- 's hit-bearing eponymous debut and 's nearly as good sophomore effort, One Foot in History -- 's Live Better Electrically brought an unexpected resurrection of a band name that many fans had probably given up for dead. But namesake vocalist/guitarist John Nitzinger was apparently only.

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