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Unicorn
Country
England
Profile
Unicorn was an English four-piece active throughout the 70s. Members were Ken Baker, Pete Perryer, Pat Martin, and Kevin Smith
Website
http://home.earthlink.net/~tdglenn/unicorn/unicornmain.htm
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (7)
Unicorn — No Way out of Here - The Anthology Unicorn — No Way out of Here - The Anthology
(Renaissance RMED-251, 2009, 2CD)
Unicorn — Shed No Tear - The Shed Studio Sessions Unicorn — Shed No Tear - The Shed Studio Sessions
(Mad Dog Records MDR1001, 1979/2002, CD)
Unicorn — One More Tomorrow Unicorn — One More Tomorrow
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2577, 1977/2017, CD)
Unicorn — Too Many Crooks Unicorn — Too Many Crooks
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2576, 1976/2017, )
Unicorn — Blue Pine Trees Unicorn — Blue Pine Trees
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2575, 1974/2017, CD)
Unicorn — Laughing up Your Sleeve Unicorn — Laughing up Your Sleeve
(Omnivore OVCD-302, 1974/2018, )
Unicorn — Uphill All the Way Unicorn — Uphill All the Way
(Transatlantic TACD 9.00745-O, 1971/1989, )

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