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-'''''Vampyros Lesbos''''' is a [[1971]] film directed by [[Jesus Franco]]. It is an [[erotic horror]] tale inspired by [[Bram Stoker]]'s novel [[Dracula]]. The main character, Linda Westinghouse (played by [[Ewa Strömberg]]), is a young lawyer who travels on a job assignment to an island where she meets the mysterious young and beautiful [[countess]] Carody ([[Soledad Miranda]]).+'''Sig(g)i Schwab''', real name '''Siegfried''', is an outstanding [[German people|German]] [[guitar]] player and teacher, having performed on more than 16,000 recordings for film, television, and as an accompanist to various artists. He plays in a wide variety of styles, including [[baroque guitar|baroque]] and [[jazz guitar|jazz]]. He worked with [[Manfred Hübler]].
-The film is considered by many to be one of Franco's best and a cult classic of European [[Exploitation film]]. Its score, composed by [[Manfred Hübler]] and [[Siegfried Schwab]] also gained a cult following when it was rereleased. 
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Sig(g)i Schwab, real name Siegfried, is an outstanding German guitar player and teacher, having performed on more than 16,000 recordings for film, television, and as an accompanist to various artists. He plays in a wide variety of styles, including baroque and jazz. He worked with Manfred Hübler.




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