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Sky Cries Mary

Sky Cries Mary
Country
United States
Profile
Seattle based band with a trippy, world-oriented sound.
Website
http://skycriesmary.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (15)
Various Artists — Five Years in Space 2007-2012 Various Artists — Five Years in Space 2007-2012
(Trail Records no#, 2013, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Space between the Drops Sky Cries Mary — Space between the Drops
(Trail Records TR005, 2009, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Small Town Sky Cries Mary — Small Town
(Hoodooh Music HD004, 2007, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Here and Now - Live 2005 Sky Cries Mary — Here and Now - Live 2005
(Hoodooh Music HD003, 2005, 2CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Talking the Stage - Live 1997-2005 Sky Cries Mary — Talking the Stage - Live 1997-2005
(Trail Records TR-009, 2005/2011, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Seeds Sky Cries Mary — Seeds
(Collective Fruit no#, 1999, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Fresh Fruits for the Liberation Sky Cries Mary — Fresh Fruits for the Liberation
(World Domination WDM 10076-2, 1998, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Moonbathing on Sleeping Leaves Sky Cries Mary — Moonbathing on Sleeping Leaves
(Warner Bros 9 46464-2, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — A Saucerful of Pink Various Artists — A Saucerful of Pink
(Cleopatra CLEO 9551-2, 1995, 2CD)
Various Artists — Space Daze Various Artists — Space Daze
(Cleopatra CLEO 79162, 1994, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — This Timeless Turning Sky Cries Mary — This Timeless Turning
(Hoodooh Music HD002, 1994/2004, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — A Return to the Inner Experience Sky Cries Mary — A Return to the Inner Experience
(Hoodooh Music HD001, 1993/2004, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Exit at the Axis Sky Cries Mary — Exit at the Axis
(Capitol CDP 7 98779 2, 1991, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Don't Eat the Dirt... Sky Cries Mary — Don't Eat the Dirt...
(Lively Art ARTY 26 CD, 1990, CD)
Sky Cries Mary — Until the Grinders Cease Sky Cries Mary — Until the Grinders Cease
(World Domination WDM 10106, 1989/1999, CD)

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