Pavlov’s Dog Albums Ranked And Complete Discography

Pavlov's Dog Albums

This Complete List Of Pavlov’s Dog Albums And Songs presents the entire discography of Pavlov’s Dog studio albums. Pavlov’s Dog is one of the most loved and underrated progressive rock bands to come out of the 1970s. The band was formed in the city of St. Louis, Missouri in the early 1970s when groups like Yes, ELP, Genesis and Pink Floyd ruled the progressive rick airwaves.

This Pavlov’s Dog discography also includes every single live album. All these legendary progressive rock Pavlov’s Dog albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Pavlov’s Dog  album as well as all original album covers. Every album listed below showcases the entire album’s track listing.


# 8 – The Adventures Of Echo & Boo And Assorted Small Tails

We open up our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List with album entitled “The Adventures Of Echo & Boo And Assorted Small Tails”  This is a very different band from the group’s 1970s lineup and sound.  Still it was nice to have a new album from a very much loved band in the progressive rock arena.

CD Track Listings:

1. Angeline (4:35)
2. Angel’s Twilight Jump (5:17)
3. I Love You Still (3:25)
4. I Don’t Do So Good Without You (5:18)
5. Echo & Boo (4:29)
The Death of North American Industry (Suite) :
6. We Walk Alone Forever (2:06)
7. Oh Suzanna (1:00)
8. We Walk Alone Forever Again (1:10)
9. Ava Gardner’s Bust (3:48)
10. Calling Out for Mine (4:08)
11. We All Die Alone (5:05)
12. Jubilation (5:36)
13. I Don’t Need Magic Anymore (5:37)

# 7 – Prodigal Dreamer

Continuing with our our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List is the album entitled Prodigal Dreamer. The album was released in 2018. It is the band’s most recent album release over forty five years passed there original debut album. Musicians on the album included some longtime members and some new faces. The lineup consisted of David Surkamp and Sara Surkamp on vocals and guitars, David Malachowski on guitar, Mark Maher on keys, Abbie Steiling on violin, Rick Steiling on bass, Manfred Ploetz on drums, Paul Hennerich on trumpet and Saylor Surkamp, Hollie Woods and Robert Marstiller on backing vocals.

CD Track Listings:

1. Paris (4:43)
2. Hard Times (4:26)
3. Winterblue (4:06)
4. Thrill of It All (5:55)
5. Easter Day (2:45)
6. Hurting Kind (6:27)
7. Aria (4:46)
8. Waterlow (4:23)
9. Suzanne (3:54)
10. Crying Forever (4:04)
11. Being in Love (2:32)
12. Shaking Me Down (4:17)
13. The Winds Wild Early (6:41)

# 6 – Lost In America

Landing in the number six spot on our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List we present the album entitled Lost In America.The album was released in 1990. The lineup on this 1990 album featured David Surkamp and Steve Scorfina on  lead vocals and guitars, Doug Rayburn on keyboards, Michele Isam on  tenor, alto & soprano saxophones, Robert Lloyd on bass,
Frank Kriege and Kirk Sarkisian on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. Lost in America (4:00)
2. A Hardly Innocent Mind (4:49)
3. Don’t Rain on Me (3:48)
4. Not by My Side (3:07)
5. Pantomime (5:23)
6. Breaking Ice (4:34)
7. You & I (3:38)
8. All Night (3:22)
9. As Lovers Do (4:48)
10. Brown Eyes (5:37)

11. Late November (
12. You & I
13. Brown Eyes
14. Theme from Subway Sue
15. If We Never Meet Again
16. Angels Twilight Jump
17. Suzanne, I Love You
18. Don’t Rain on Me

# 5 – Third

At the halfway point on our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List is the band’s third album simply entitled Third. The album was released in 1977.  The album featured David Surkamp on lead vocals, Doug Rayburn on  keyboards, Rick Stockton on  bass, Thomas Nickeson also on keyboards and guitars, Steve Scorfina on lead & rhythm guitars and Kirk Sarkisian on drums

CD Track Listings:

1. Trafalgar (3:11)
2. I Love You Still (4:05)
3. Jenny (4:07)
4. It’s All for You (3:50)
5. Suicide (2:04)
6. While You Were Out (2:36)
7. Only You (4:31)
8. Today I Feel (3:06)
9. Painted Ladies (3:21)
10. Falling in Love (3:22)

# 4 – Has Anyone Here Seen Sigfried?

At the number four spot on our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List we present the album entitled Has Anyone Here Seen Sigfried? The album was recorded around 1977 but was not released until 2007.  The band on the album consisted of David Surkamp on lead vocals, Doug Rayburn on keyboards, Steve Scorfina on guitars and vocals, Rick Stockton on bass, Thomas Nickeson on keyboards and Kirk Sarkisian on drums. It’s a shame they made fans wait thirty years until they released this album.

CD Track Listings:

1. Only You (4:33)
2. Painted Ladies (3:22)
3. Falling in Love (3:27)
4. Today (3:08)
5. Trafalgar (3:10)
6. I Love You Still (4:04)
7. Jenny (4:07)
8. It’s All for You (3:50)
9. Suicide (2:03)
10. While You Were Out (2:38)

Live tracks 11-17
11. Song Dance (6:29)
12. Of Once and Future Kings  (6:50)
13. Natchez Trace  (4:18)
14. A Little Better  (2:18)
15. A Look in Your Eyes  (4:27)
16. Julia  (2:55)
17. She Came Shining  (4:37)
18. Did You See Him Cry  (6:06)
19. Theme from Subway Sue  (5:40)
20. I Wait for You) (1:44) *

# 3 – The Pekin Tapes

Moving along on our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List we present the album entitled The Pekin Tapes. This album was supposed to be released in 1973 but did not see the light of the rock and roll day until 2014. Fans went crazy over this release as it has become one of the band’s most popular albums. The album’s lineup consisted of  David Surkamp on vocals, Steve Scorfina on guitar, David Hamilton on keys, Doug Rayburn on mellotron and flute, Siegfried Carver on strings Rick Stockton on bass and Mike Safron on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. Subway Sue (5:52)
2. Natchez Trace (3:57)
3. Time (5:24)
4. Stomp Water Magic (3:50)
5. It’s All for You (5:21)
6. Song Dance (5:48)
7. Dreams (4:58)
8. Clipper Ship (5:32)
9. Fast Gun (3:35)
10. Preludin & Fellacio in E Minor (7:29)
11. Brand New Day  (3:33)
12. Natchez Trace  (4:06)
13. Fast Gun (3:41)
14. I Wish It Would Rain  (5:05)

# 2 – At The Sound Of The Bell

Just of the top spot on our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List we showcase the album entitled At The Sound Of The Bell. The album was released in 1976. The band’s second albums saw the arrival of legendary drummer Bill Bruford join the group in the studio. The album hit number thirty seven Australia (Kent Music Report) charts.

CD Track Listings:

1. She Came Shining (4:24)
2. Standing Here with You (Megan’s Song) (3:47)
3. Mersey (3:03)
4. Valkerie (5:22)
5. Try to Hang On (2:08)
6. Gold Nuggets (3:25)
7. She Breaks Like a Morning Sky (2:22)
8. Early Morning On (3:21)
9. Did You See Him Cry (5:36)

# 1 – Pampered Menial

We wrap up our Pavlov’s Dog Albums List with the  wondrous album entitled Pampered Menial   The album was released in 1975. This would be the band’s most popular album and their highest charting record in their native home of Australia. The album featured David Surkamp on vocals and rhythm guitar, Steve Scorfina on lead guitar, David Hamilton on keys, Doug Rayburn on mellotron and flute, Siegfried Carver on strings Rick Stockton on bass and Mike Safron on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. Julia (3:10)
2. Late November (3:12)
3. Song Dance (4:59)
4. Fast Gun (3:04)
5. Natchez Trace (3:42)
6. Theme from Subway Sue (4:25)
7. Episode (4:04)
8. Preludin (1:39)
9. Of Once and Future Kings (5:27)


Live and Unleashed

Released 2011

CD Track Listings:

1. Preludin (2:05)
2. Of Once and Future Kings (6:59)
3. Breaking Ice (4:33)
4. I Don’t Need Magic Anymore (5:04)
5. Heat of Mine (6:23)
6. Late November (3:24)
7. Not by My Side (2:54)
8. Theme from Subway Sue (5:57)
9. Episode (4:44)
10. I Love You Still (3:22)
11. Gold Nuggets (4:25)
12. Looking for My Shadow (3:26)
13. Wrong (4:30)
14. Standing Here with You  (5:55)
15. Angeline (4:47)
16. Angel’s Twilight Jump (7:31)

House Broken

Released 2016

CD Track Listings:

CD One:

1. Echo & Boo (3:50)
2. Late November (3:11)
3. Fast Gun (3:34)
4. Crying Forever (5:16)
5. Lost in America (4:27)
6. We All Die Alone (6:01)
7. Preludin (1:51)
8. Canadian Rain (7:33)
9. Standing Here with You (Megan’s Song) (6:58)
10. Wrong (4:54)
11. Gold Nuggets (6:14)
12. Try to Hang On (4:59)
13. One of These Days (3:33)
14. Walk Away (4:45)

CD Two:

1. Only You (6:42)
2. I Don’t Do So Good Without You (6:34)
3. Episode (5:51)
4. Did You See Him Cry (6:00)
5. Song Dance (7:35)
6. Valkyrie (9:45)
7. Shaking Me Down (4:26)
8. Angels Twilight Jump (5:45)
9. Theme from Subway Sue (6:42)
10. Julia (5:20)

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