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The Honey Pot

The Honey Pot
Country
England
Profile
Psychedelic band based in Devon featuring Icarus Peel and Jacqueline Bourne.
Website
http://thehoneypot.bandcamp.com
Related articles (15)
Releases on file (10)
The Honey Pot — Bewildered Jane The Honey Pot — Bewildered Jane
(Mega Dodo DODOLP33/DODOCD33, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Crystal Jacqueline & the Honey Pot — I Talk to the Wind Crystal Jacqueline & the Honey Pot — I Talk to the Wind
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 92, 2019, 2-7")
Various Artists — Goldfish Various Artists — Goldfish
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 84 & 85, 2018, 3LP+7")
Various Artists — The Three Seasons Various Artists — The Three Seasons
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 87, 2018, 3LP)
Crystal Jacqueline / The Honey Pot — We Fill in Forms and Mow the Lawns Crystal Jacqueline / The Honey Pot — We Fill in Forms and Mow the Lawns
(Fruits de Mer Friends of the Fish 25, 2018, LP)
The Honey Pot — Ascending Scales The Honey Pot — Ascending Scales
(Fruits de Mer Winkle 25, 2016, 2LP)
The Honey Pot — Inside the Whale The Honey Pot — Inside the Whale
(Mega Dodo DODOLP/CD14, 2016, LP/CD)
The Honey Pot — Lisa Dreams The Honey Pot — Lisa Dreams
(Mega Dodo MEGA2, 2016, 7")
Crystal Jacqueline — Rainflower Crystal Jacqueline — Rainflower
(Mega Dodo DODOCD 8 / DODOLP 8, 2015, CD/LP)
The Honey Pot — To the Edge of the World The Honey Pot — To the Edge of the World
(Psychedandy Records PSY 92, 2012, CD)

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