Sitting Bull (band)

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Sitting Bull
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Background information
Origin Bremen, West Germany
Years active1971–1975
Associated acts
Past members
  • Achim Brierley
  • Bernd Zamulo
  • Jochen Jaschinski
  • Pit Schimkat
  • Rolf Brockhorst

Sitting Bull were a German progressive rock band, formed in Bremen, West Germany, in 1971. Throughout its four-year lifetime, the band consisted of founding member, bassist, keyboardist and vocalist, Bernd Zamulo; guitarist, Rolf Brockhorst; vocalists Jochen Jaschinski and Pit Schimkat; and drummer Achim Brierley (listed as Achim "Zotty" Brierley on releases). The band only released one album; Trip Away .


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