Adding to the already mentioned, great Pavlov's Dog tracks, are a couple more that I really like... "Late November" and "Natchez Trace" off of the Pampered Menial album, and "She Came Shining" off of At The Sound Of The Bell album.
The recent CD release of the "unreleased" third album Christian refers to in his post is called Has Anyone Here Seen Sigfried?. Sigfried being, Sigfried Carver, the violin player on the first album. I also have an Italian labeled CD version that was released in 1992, called St. Louis Hounds - Third. The booklet in the recently released "...Sigfried? CD, has the story behind the lost third album. Basically it was that the label at the time wasn't going to release the third album, then the band themselves bootlegged it on vinyl and released it to shops in the St. Louis area. I seem to remember that there were only 1,000 copies made. Once, at a record shop in St. Louis, I saw two big boxes on the floor, filled with copies of this album selling for $2 each. Years later, copies at record shows were going for $150. That was one of my big, Homer Simpson DOH! moments, since I didn't buy any of those vinyl copies
I also have a CD released in 1995 by band member Mike Safron, called End Of The World. The band name was Pavlov's Dog 2000.
Mike's only appearance on a Dog album was Pampered Menial, as the drummer