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Pinkie Maclure

Pinkie Maclure

Pinkie Maclure


Pinkie Maclure is a Scottish singer and musician. She released her first album in 1986, constructed of loops of cassette library field recordings, synths and her 4 octave vocal range. This was followed by an avant-jazz-rock album 'This Dirty Life' with The Puritans in 1989 and an electro-acoustic pop album, 'Favourite', on Beggars Banquet records in 1995. She formed the duo Pumajaw with John Wills in 2000, so that she could concentrate more on singing and live performance. Read more on Last.fm
Pinkie Maclure is a Scottish singer and musician. She released her first album in 1986, constructed of loops of cassette library field recordings, synths and her 4 octave vocal range. This was followed by an avant-jazz-rock album 'This Dirty Life' with The Puritans in 1989 and an electro-acoustic pop album, 'Favourite', on Beggars Banquet records in 1995. She formed the duo Pumajaw with John Wills in 2000, so that she could concentrate more on singing and live performance. Discography: 1985 Unman (Pinkie Maclure) 1990 This Dirty Life (Pinkie Maclure and The Puritans) 1995 Favourite (Pinkie Maclure) 2000 From Memorial Crossing (Pinkie Maclure) 2002 This Day & Age (Lumen) 2004 Cat's Cradle (Pinkie Maclure & John Wills) 2006 Becoming Pumajaw (Pumajaw) 2009 Curiosity Box (Pumajaw) 2011 Demonmeowmeow (Pumajaw) 2014 Song Noir (Pumajaw) Read more on Last.fm.

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