The Marmalade

Marmalade were a successful Scottish pop/rock group, originally fronted by the vocalist Dean Ford. Unusually, Marmalade had two bass players, and were originally called Dean Ford & The Gaylords; they released several unsuccessful singles between 1964 and 1966, before changing their name. Their next few singles also failed to chart in the UK, although one, "I See The Rain," was highly praised by Jimi Hendrix and became a Top 40 hit in the Netherlands in 1967.

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Volume One

Volume One

5
Year:
2005
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9
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215 kbps
Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

4
Year:
2003
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20
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320 kbps
Rainbow - The Decca Years 1969-1972 CD2

Rainbow - The Decca Years 1969-1972 CD2

Year:
2002
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20
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320 kbps
Rainbow - The Decca Years 1969-1972 CD1

Rainbow - The Decca Years 1969-1972 CD1

2
Year:
2002
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19
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320 kbps
I See The Rain - The Cbs Years 1966-1969

I See The Rain - The Cbs Years 1966-1969

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2002
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25
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320 kbps
The Definitive Collection CD2

The Definitive Collection CD2

Year:
1998
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14
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320 kbps
The Definitive Collection CD1

The Definitive Collection CD1

Year:
1998
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20
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320 kbps
Marmalade

Marmalade

1
Year:
1980
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10
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256 kbps
Songs (Vinyl)

Songs (Vinyl)

Year:
1971
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20
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320 kbps
Reflections Of My Life

Reflections Of My Life

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Year:
1970
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10
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