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EAS was a California trio consisting of Francisco Escobar (guitars, keyboards), Maurice Bettaglio (vocals, bass, guitar), and Rey Rodriguez (drums).
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EAS — Absolute Presence EAS — Absolute Presence
(Mellow MMP 293, 1996, CD)

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