Markley, A Group

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Markley, A Group
Studio album by The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
Released 1970
Recorded 1969
Genre Psychedelic rock
Length 29:14
Label Forward
Producer Bob Markley, Shaun Harris
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band chronology
Where's My Daddy?
(1969)Where's My Daddy?1969
Markley, A Group
Legendary Unreleased Albums
(1980)Legendary Unreleased Albums1980
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars

Markley, A Group is the sixth and final album by the American psychedelic rock group, the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, and was released in 1970 on Forward Records, owned by Mike Curb. In this case, the album was released under another group name, Markley A Group, as decided by the group owner, Bob Markley. It features compositions by Danny Harris, Michael Lloyd and Shaun Harris with lyrics by Bob Markley. The content is simple and soft, reminiscent of the band's earlier work. Lyrically, however, the band was continuing the trend set by Where's My Daddy?, in which they describe class resentment, paranoid psychedelia, and an unsettling interest in young girls.[1] Although Shaun Harris creates compositions for the album, he only appears on "Outside/Inside".[2] After this album, like those before it, failed to achieve success, the band ceased to exist.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Booker T. & His Electric Shock" (Markley, D. Harris) - 2:22
  2. "Next Plane to the Sun" (Markley, Lloyd) - 2:14
  3. "Roger the Rocket Ship" (Markley, D. Harris) - 2:45
  4. "Elegant Ellen" (Markley, D. Harris) - 2:19
  5. "Little Ruby Rain" (Markley, D. Harris) - 3:02
  6. "Message for Miniature" (Markley, Lloyd) - 0:26
  7. "Sarah the Sad Spirit" (Markley, D. Harris) - 2:36
  8. "Truck Stop" (Markley, D. Harris) - 3:20
  9. "Zoom! Zoom! Zoom!" (Markley, D. Harris) - 2:12
  10. "Sweet Lady Eleven" (Markley, Lloyd) - 2:19
  11. "The Magic Cat" (Markley, D. Harris) - 2:59
  12. "Outside/Inside" (Markley, S. Harris) - 2:40



  1. ^ "Markley, Bob". Retrieved March 22, 2015.
  2. ^ "West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band". 2015-01-04. Retrieved 2015-01-04.
  3. ^ "West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band". 2015-01-04. Retrieved 2015-01-04.