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Pearls Before Swine / Tom Rapp

Pearls Before Swine / Tom Rapp
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Pearls Before Swine was a psychedelic folk band from the late 60s. By 1970 the group had disbanded, although bandleader Tom Rapp continued using the band name as he worked with various studio musicians on a half-dozen further releases
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Tom Rapp — A Journal of the Plague Year Tom Rapp — A Journal of the Plague Year
(Rubric rub 04, 1999, CD)
Pearls Before Swine / Tom Rapp — Sunforest Pearls Before Swine / Tom Rapp — Sunforest
(Lemon CDLEM 129, 1973/2009, CD)
Pearls Before Swine  — The Wizard of Is Pearls Before Swine — The Wizard of Is
(Water water136, 1973/2004, 2CD)
Tom Rapp — Familiar Songs Tom Rapp — Familiar Songs
(Water 125, 1972/2003, CD)
Tom Rapp — Stardancer Tom Rapp — Stardancer
(Lemon CDLEM 128, 1972/2009, CD)
Pearls Before Swine — Beautiful Lies You Could Live In Pearls Before Swine — Beautiful Lies You Could Live In
(Water 114, 1971/2003, CD)
Pearls Before Swine / Tom Rapp — City of Gold Pearls Before Swine / Tom Rapp — City of Gold
(Water 113, 1971/2003, )
Pearls Before Swine  — Live Pearls Pearls Before Swine — Live Pearls
(Wildcat WCD0815, 1971/2008, CD)
Pearls Before Swine — The Use of Ashes Pearls Before Swine — The Use of Ashes
(Water 112, 1970/2003, CD)
Pearls Before Swine — These Things Too Pearls Before Swine — These Things Too
(Water 111, 1969/2003, CD)
Pearls Before Swine — Balaklava Pearls Before Swine — Balaklava
(ESP Disk ESP 1075-2, 1968/2002, CD)
Pearls Before Swine — One Nation Underground Pearls Before Swine — One Nation Underground
(ESP Disk ESP 1054-2, 1967/2002, CD)

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