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Rastus

Rastus
Country
United States
Profile
Rastus was an American band formed in the late 60s noted for being in the first wave of rock bands to incorporate a horn section.
Website
http://rastus.us.com
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (3)
Rastus — Steamin' Rastus — Steamin'
(Neighborhood NRS-47003, 1972, LP)
Rastus — Live in Concert Rastus — Live in Concert
(GRT UPS-505-G, 1971, LP)
Rastus — Rastus Rastus — Rastus
(GRT G2T 30004, 1971, 2LP)

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