Saturday, August 16, 2008

Grey March - s/t MLP


Don't know anything about this band. Grey March were from Baltimore, MD.
Some tracks are indierock with a 60's influence, others sound much darker.
Caught my interest when Goutroy was selling this. Could locate a copy somewhere else.
Any extra info welcome.

Grey March MLP (Unconscious Records-UNCONSCIOUS 001-1986)
1. Somethings Missing
2. Forced By Pressure
3. Vertical
4. Way Of The Cross
5. An Interesting Observation
6. Isle Of Quiet

Grey March

12 comments:

Psyence Guy said...

Many you know whats!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this amazing blog! JI -Finland

thiago said...

Members went to Reptile House later.

James G. Leventhal said...

growing up in Baltimore, this was a FANTASTIC band -- live and otherwise!

I have this record in my vinyl collection and usta spin it to much satisfaction.

I wish I had my turn table back.

yronisdead said...

Hey, the keyboard player of Grey March contacted me on last.fm, (http://www.last.fm/user/blacknuns), he could provide some info 'bout the band :)

Losingtouchwithmymind said...

Such a good record

Anonymous said...

I saw these guys a couple times in DC waaaay back when. The singer had a huge Ian Curtis fixation which unfortunately made a lot of people take them less seriously. I am looking forward to listening again with the benefit of time.

mishmael said...

I am the guitarist on this record...we broke up in the 80's...i was in a band called Cloaca after that

Curious Guy said...

Hello Mishmael, thanks for leaving a comment here. So you're into dub these days. All the best with what you're doing now.

mishmael said...

check out www.myspace.com/greymarchband

mishmael said...

Grey March reunion first week of May 2011 in Baltimore

Anonymous said...

I this record, and also a split 7" by Cloaca with the Pornflakes. Diggin' in that bag! For those that may be interested, the singer for Grey March -- Trip Burch -- later sang for the more radio-friendly but still dark-sounding "Pearlfishers."