March (Lene Lovich album)

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March
Studio album by Lene Lovich
Released October 1989
Recorded 1986–89
H.O.M.E. Studios
Norfolk, England
Genre
Length 45:35
Label Pathfinder
Producer
Lene Lovich chronology
No Man's Land
(1982)
March
(1989)
Shadows and Dust
(2005)
Singles from March
  1. "Wonderland"
    Released: 1988
  2. "Make Believe"
    Released: April 1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars[1]

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.

The lead single "Wonderland" was released in 1988 and reached number 25 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs.[2] "Make Believe" was released in April 1990 as a promotional single accompanied by a music video.

After its release, March received mixed revies from the music critics and noted a small commercial success.

Track listings[edit]

March (1989 vinyl)
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Life"  
4:42
2. "Wonderland"  
3:50
3. "Hold On to Love"  
  • Lovich
  • Chappell
5:23
4. "Rage"  
  • Lovich
  • Chappell
5:58
5. "Natural Beauty"  
  • Lovich
  • Chappell
5:00
6. "Make Believe"  
  • Lovich
  • Chappell
5:01
7. "Nightshift"  
  • Lovich
  • Chappell
3:55
8. "Sharman"  
  • Lovich
  • Chappell
4:28
Total length:
38:17

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ March (Lene Lovich album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Lene Lovich - Chart history", Billboard.
  3. ^ March (LP). Lene Lovich. Pathfinder Records. 1989. PTF 8909-1. 

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