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High Tide
Country
England
Profile
High Tide was a heavy psychedelic band featuring Tony Hill on guitar and Simon House on violin.
Website
http://www.tonyhillsfiction.co.uk
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (3)
High Tide — Open Season High Tide — Open Season
(Black Widow BWRCD 050-2, 2000/2001, CD)
High Tide — High Tide High Tide — High Tide
(Repertoire REP 4413-WY, 1970/1994, CD)
High Tide — Sea Shanties High Tide — Sea Shanties
(Repertoire REP 4414-WY, 1969/1994, CD)

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