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The Druids Of Stonehenge - The Druids Of Stonehenge Album Performer: The Druids Of Stonehenge
Title: The Druids Of Stonehenge
Style: Garage Rock, Rhythm & Blues
Category: Rock / Funk
Date of release: 1996
Country: US
Label: Sundazed Music
Catalog number: SEP 127
Size MP3: 1795 mb
Size FLAC: 2691 mb
Rating: 4.3


1I Put A Spell On You
Written-By – J.Hawkins
2I (Who Have Nothing)
Written-By – Donida, Rapetti, Lieber, Stoller
3Baby Please Don't Go
Written-By – J.Williams
4Bald Headed Woman
Written-By – S.Talmy
5Who Do You Love
Written-By – E.McDaniels
6Pretty Thing
Written-By – W.Dixson


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SEP 10-172The Druids Of Stonehenge The Druids Of Stonehenge ‎(10", EP, Mono)Sundazed MusicSEP 10-172US2008
SEP 10-172The Druids Of Stonehenge The Druids Of Stonehenge ‎(10", EP, Mono, RE)Sundazed MusicSEP 10-172US2013


  • BassTom Workman
  • DrumsSteve Tindall
  • Guitar [Lead]Carl Hauser
  • Guitar [Rhythm]Bill Tracy
  • Lead VocalsDavid Budge
  • Liner NotesJud Cost, Mike Stax


Record One: Recorded 1965.
Record Two: Recorded 1966.

Both records have large center hole. Gatefold cover



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