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Sheeba Records

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Sheeba Records
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Sheeba Records was formed by Jane Siberry to release her music.
Releases on file (7)
Jane Siberry — Teenager Jane Siberry — Teenager
(Sheeba Records SHEEB1, 1996, CD)
Jane Siberry — Hush Jane Siberry — Hush
(Sheeba Records SHE008, 2000, CD)
Jane Siberry — City Jane Siberry — City
(Sheeba Records SHE010, 2001, CD)
Issa — Dragon Dreams Issa — Dragon Dreams
(Sheeba Records SHEISSA01, 2008, CD)
Issa — With What Shall I Keep Warm? Issa — With What Shall I Keep Warm?
(Sheeba Records SHEISSA02, 2009, CD)
Jane Siberry — Meshach Dreams Back Jane Siberry — Meshach Dreams Back
(Sheeba Records SHEISSA03, 2011, CD)
Jane Siberry — Ulysses' Purse Jane Siberry — Ulysses' Purse
(Sheeba Records SHE15, 2016, CD)

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