Mary Is Coming

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Mary Is Coming
Studio album by Savoy
Released February 27, 1996
Recorded 1994-96
Genre Rock
Length 48.00
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Lauren & Paul Waaktaar-Savoy
Savoy chronology
Mary Is Coming
(1996)
Lackluster Me
(1997)

This is based on a translation from Spanish Wikipedia.

Mary Is Coming is the first album released by the band Savoy. It was a different sound from Paul Waaktaar-Savoy's previous band, a-ha, which had gone on hiatus. Savoy aimed to be more guitar-oriented. Mary Is Coming was recorded in Oslo and New York City. The album sold a total of 50,000 copies in Norway and went Gold. Sales in most other countries were unspectacular, leaving Savoy without a worldwide deal. The A&R from Warner that signed the band as a spinoff of a-ha had also left the label and a lack of support from them led Savoy to later sign with EMI in Norway. "Velvet" was re-recorded by a-ha on their 2000 comeback album Minor Earth Major Sky.

Track listing[edit]

  • 1. "Daylight's Wasting" 3.00
  • 2. "Tears from a Stone" 4.41
  • 3. "Velvet" 4.38
  • 4. "Foolish" 4.39
  • 5. "Half an Hour's Worth" 3.15
  • 6. "Underground" 3.54
  • 7. "Get Up Now" 5.21
  • 8. "Still I'm on Your Side" 4.07
  • 9. "We Will Never Forget" 3.13
  • 10. "Raise Your Sleepy Head" 3.31
  • 11. "Mary Is Coming" 4.42
  • 12. "Fade" 2.50
  • "October" (B-side of "Velvet") 3.45

Credits[edit]

  • Guitars, bass, vocals, keyboards, programming, arrangements: Paul Waaktaar-Savoy.
  • Rhythm guitars and backing vocals: Lauren Savoy.
  • Drums and backing vocals: Frode Unneland.
  • Backing vocals on "Velvet": Simone Larsen.
  • All songs written by Paul Waaktaar-Savoy & Lauren Savoy.
  • Produced by: Savoy.
  • Released by: WEA International Inc. (outside the US).

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