March is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Lene Lovich, released in October 1989 by Pathfinder Records. It was her first new full-length album since No Man's Land (1982) and also the last album before her 15-year hiatus and the release of Shadows and Dust (2005). The album is entirely produced by Lovich and Les Chappell. They also wrote all the songs on the album, except for "Wonderland", which was co-written by Andy Scott and Chris Bradford. It was recorded in Norfolk, England.
March (Cass, Album).
Lene Lovich's Gloria Swanson-in-Sunset Boulevard-like dramatics served her well in the ridiculously made-up and overdressed early '80s. Her partner-in-crime Les Chappell also resembles Erich Von Stroheim in more than a passing wa. However, by the time MARCH was released at the end of the '80s, the "new wave" sound and look had been officially over for years. As a result this CD never received the attention it deserved, although it catches the spirit of the late '80s acid house dance scene. A shame, as tracks like "Rage" would have fit right in on the.
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By: Lene Lovich (1989, Electronic). More albums from Lene Lovich: Stateless by Lene Lovich. No Man’s Land by Lene Lovich. Cha Cha (The Soundtrack) by Lene Lovich. View all albums . March. By: Lene Lovich (1989, Electronic).
I used to have the compact disc but exhausted it. The album in it's entirety is i midst of downloading onto my iPOD. Highlights: "Life", "Hold On to Love", "Rage", "Natural Beauty", "Make Believe", "Vertigo", and "Sharman".