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David Thomas

David Thomas
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David Thomas is an English singer who was in the band The Spoken Word with Peter Gabriel and Anthony Phillips before they formed Genesis.
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Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 2: The Sky Road Anthony Phillips — Missing Links Volume 2: The Sky Road
(Voiceprint BP329CD, 1994/2002, CD)
David Thomas & Ronnie Gunn — The Giants Dance David Thomas & Ronnie Gunn — The Giants Dance
(Blueprint BP223, 1979/1996, CD)
Anthony Phillips — The Geese and the Ghost Anthony Phillips — The Geese and the Ghost
(Passport PVC 8905, 1977, LP)
Genesis — From Genesis to Revelation Genesis — From Genesis to Revelation
(Decca SKL 4990, 1969, LP)

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