Speed the Plough

Top Songs

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Cutting Branches For A Temporary Shelter
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The Polugh & The Stars
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Late Birds
4
A Saint Restored
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Oh, The Paradise

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Biography

Speed the Plough's origins date back to 1982, when the Hoboken, New Jersey-based group was known as the Trypes. Originally comprising keyboardist John Baumgartner, singer/woodwind player Toni Paruta, bassist Brenda Sauter, percussionist Stanley Demeski, and guitarist Marc Francia, the lineup soon expanded to include guitarists Bill Million and Glenn Mercer, both on hiatus from the in-limbo Feelies. After releasing a 1984 EP of introspective, rustic pop titled The Explorers Hold,... Read more

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