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Mp3 Titus Oates - Jungle Lady

  • Performer: Titus Oates
  • Album: Jungle Lady
  • Label: Hablabel
  • Catalog #: HBL 11006
  • MP3: 2409 mb | FLAC: 1041 mb
  • Released: 1988
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 601
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 Titus Oates - Jungle Lady


1Jungle Lady
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson
Lead Vocals – Lou Tielli
3Don't Get Your Honey Where You Make Your Money
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson
4Friend Of Life
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson
5The Cage
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson
6Mr. Lips
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson
7Time Is Only To Fear
Lead Vocals – Pam Jackson
8Dream On A Train
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson
9Jupiter And Mars
Lead Vocals – Rick Jackson


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
L003Titus Oates Jungle Lady ‎(LP, Album)Lips L003US1974
17002Titus Oates Jungle Lady ‎(LP, Album)Lips 17002US1975
OSR045Titus Oates Jungle Lady ‎(LP, Album, RE)Out-SiderOSR045Spain2016
ANT 17.11Titus Oates Jungle Lady ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)AnthologyANT 17.11Italy1994


  • Artwork [Artists Concepts]Vicki Sheets
  • GuitarLou Tielli, Steve Todd
  • KeyboardsBill Beaudet
  • PercussionChris Eigenmann
  • Synthesizer [Arp String Ensemble], Bass GuitarRick Jackson
  • VocalsTitus Oates
  • Written-ByRick Jackson


Originally privately released on the Lips label in 1974 (USA).


  • Rights Society: SIAE


  • Recorded At – Summet Bernett Studios



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