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Tombstone Valentine

Tombstone Valentine
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Tombstone Valentine is a quintet from Indiana (vocalist and keyboardist Richelle Toombs, keyboardist Diane Hancock, guitarist Greg Toombs violin player Randy Schwartz, bass player Rick Wilkerson).
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Various Artists — Floralia Vol. 3 Various Artists — Floralia Vol. 3
(Mizmaze WoT4CD99003, 1999, CD)
Tombstone Valentine — Hidden World Tombstone Valentine — Hidden World
(Aether 003, 1997, LP)

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