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Thread was a project featuring Doane Perry (drums), Vince Di Cola (keyboards), and Ellis Hall (vocals). Perry is best known for a long tenure in Jethro Tull, and Hall sang with Tower of Power. They worked with a number of guest musicians on their single album.
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