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Horst Stabenow

Horst Stabenow

Real/full name:
Horst Stabenow
71 (born Oct 4th, 1952)
Place of birth:


The Magic Power (1960s band) is considered to be a separate entity than the heavy metal band Magic Power that had formed in 1988, though Horst was a member of both.

Faithful Breath

Bass (1967-1984)

1974 Fading Beauty Vocals, Bass, Guitars (twelve-string, acoustic)
1980 Back on My Hill Bass
1981 Rock Lions Bass
1981 Hurricane / Better Times (Single) Bass
1981 Die Mörderbiene / Keep Me Away (Single) Bass
1983 Hard Breath Guitars (acoustic), Bass, Petalboard (Moog-Taurus)
1984 Gold 'n' Glory Vocals (backing), Bass
1984 A Million Hearts / Gold 'n' Glory (Single) Bass

Magic Power

Guitars (1988-1990)


Guitars (1990-1991)

1990 One Guitars

The Magic Power

Bass (1966-1967)

Alyson Hell

1995 Alyson Hell Producer (as "Pete Stabenow")


1990 Mob Rules the World Producer, Mixing (as "Pete Stabenow")
1993 Power World Producer, Engineering (as "Pete Stabenow")
1995 Live in Spain (Live album) Producer (as "Pete Stabenow")

German Paranoia

1993 Chief of the Sioux (Demo) Recording, Mixing, Producer (as "Pete Stabenow")

Lee Z

1995 Time Line Engineering, Mixing


1992 Thorns Engineering (assistant) (as "Pete Stabenow")


1991 Book of Covetous Souls Engineering, Mixing, Producer (as "Horst "Pete" Stabenow")

STS 8 Mission

1992 Slippin' into Fiction Engineering (assistant) (as "Pete Stabenow")


1990 One Producer, Mixing
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