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The Black Watch
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The Black Watch is a California band led by singer, songwriter, and guitarist John Andrew Fredrick, who started the project in 1987. Violinist J'Anna Jacoby participated from 1988 to 2003, and other personnel has changed frequently over the years.
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The Black Watch — Brilliant Failures The Black Watch — Brilliant Failures
(Bandcamp A Turntable Friend, 2020, CD / DL)
The Black Watch — Magic Johnson The Black Watch — Magic Johnson
(ATOM2719, 2019, CD)
The Black Watch — Witches! The Black Watch — Witches!
(ATOM2518, 2018, CD)
The Black Watch — The Gospel According to John The Black Watch — The Gospel According to John
(Eskimon esk-32, 2017, CD)
The Black Watch — Highs and Lows The Black Watch — Highs and Lows
(Pop Culture Press PCPR-003, 2015, CD)
The Black Watch — Sugarplum Fairy, Sugarplum Fairy The Black Watch — Sugarplum Fairy, Sugarplum Fairy
(Pop Culture Press PCPR-002, 2014, CD)
The Black Watch — The End of When The Black Watch — The End of When
(Pop Culture Press PCPR-001, 2013, 2CD / LP)
The Black Watch — Led Zeppelin Five The Black Watch — Led Zeppelin Five
(Eskimo esk-24, 2010, CD)
The Black Watch — Icing the Snow Queen The Black Watch — Icing the Snow Queen
(Eskimo esk-21, 2008, CD)
The Black Watch — Tatterdemalion The Black Watch — Tatterdemalion
(Stonegarden SGN-999, 2006, CD)
The Black Watch — The Hypnotizing Sea The Black Watch — The Hypnotizing Sea
(Pink Hedgehog smile 12, 2005, CD)
The Black Watch — Very Mary Beth The Black Watch — Very Mary Beth
(Sonegarden SGN-975, 2003, CD)
The Black Watch — Jiggery Pokery The Black Watch — Jiggery Pokery
(Sonegarden SGN-963, 2002, CD)
The Black Watch — The King of Good Intentions The Black Watch — The King of Good Intentions
(Not Lame NLL-009, 1999, CD)
The Black Watch — Seven Rollercoasters The Black Watch — Seven Rollercoasters
(Catapult cat 010, 1997, CD)
The Black Watch — Amphetamines The Black Watch — Amphetamines
(Gotta Go 200-2, 1995, CD)
The Black Watch — Flowering The Black Watch — Flowering
(Doctor Dream 9156, 1991, CD / MC)
The Black Watch — St Valentine The Black Watch — St Valentine
(Eskimo esk-001, 1988, CD / LP)

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