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Fever Tree
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Fever Tree was an American psychedelic band that produced some ambitious music leaning in progressive directions. The group hailed from Houston, Texas and began in 1966 as a folk rock outfit called The Bostwick Vines. They changed their name to Fever Tree a year later after the addition of keyboard player Rob Landes.
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Releases on file (8)
Fever Tree — Live at Lake Charles 1978 Fever Tree — Live at Lake Charles 1978
(Shroom SP-98004, 1978/1998, CD)
Fever Tree — Creation / For Sale Fever Tree — Creation / For Sale
(TRC 050, 1970/1994, CD)
Fever Tree — For Sale Fever Tree — For Sale
(Ampex A-10113, 1970, LP)
Fever Tree — Creation Fever Tree — Creation
(73067, 1969, LP)
Fever Tree — Live 69 Fever Tree — Live 69
(Sundazed SC 6279, 1969/2011, CD)
Fever Tree — Another Time, Another Place Fever Tree — Another Time, Another Place
(UNI 73040, 1968, LP)
Fever Tree — Fever Tree Fever Tree — Fever Tree
(Sundazed SC 6284, 1968/2011, CD)
Fever Tree — Fever Tree / Another Time, Another Place Fever Tree — Fever Tree / Another Time, Another Place
(Collectors' Choice CCM-709, 1968/2006, CD)

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