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July were a psychedelic rock band from Ealing, London that were professionally active between 1968 and 1969. The band included guitarist and singer Tom Newman (later of Faerie Symphony fame) and future Jade Warrior members Tony Duhig and Jon Field. The band's music was a blend of psychedelic rock and pop, marked by lush harmonies, acoustic guitars, keyboards, and intricate lead guitar work.
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Various Artists — A Band for All Seasons Various Artists — A Band for All Seasons
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 87CD, 2020, 4CD)
July — Can I Go Back Again July — Can I Go Back Again
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 71 , 2016, 7")
July — Resurrection July — Resurrection
(Neddysongs, 2013, CD)
July — July July — July
(Aftermath AFT 1004, 1968/1998, CD)
July — The Second of July July — The Second of July
(Lion Music ACLN 1019, 1967/2014, CD)

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