Sheer Thursday ‎– He Leaves

Maundy ‎– U-12971 M
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP


A He Leaves
B1 Old Ireland (Eire Aosta)
B2 Childrens Soup

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Sleeve is folded in half paper stock.

Thanks- WREK, Tod Ploharski, Bob Gough, Donna Griffen, Tracey Hass, Tom Zarrilli
Art-Phil Elie Recorded at Audio Works, Atlanta, Georgia
(c) 1985 Sheer Thursday, All Rights Reserved.
Send Inquires to: Maundy Music, P.O. Box 36244, Atlanta, Georgia 30332

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Hand-Etched)): u-12971-A-RE1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Hand-Etched)): u-12971-M-B-RE1


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April 9, 2016

I have to comment that this record apparently has dropped an anchor deep in my memory. Yesterday the song "Old Ireland" got stuck in my head and has been going round and round ever since. At first I couldn't think what it was, except that I related it somehow with Brian Eno. Then this morning it dawned on me it was Sheer Thursday, which I hadn't thought a lot about in over 30 years. So this afternoon I was wondering how Bill and Greg were. I'd known them my freshman year at Ga Tech. Realizing they had some deeper insights into music than I did at the time, I'd asked Greg to recommend one artist for me to check out, and he said "Brian Eno". Connection explained. So here's where the synchronicity kicks in: I was just digging thru long forgotten records, and pulled out a stack of merengue 45's from the 80's when out pops this Sheer Thursday EP - I put it on the turntable, and was delighted to find the song just as it sounded in my head! I can't review it very insightfully just after rediscovering it, but I have to say the production quality is better than I remembered (salute to Bill G!), and surely there's something special there if it's stuck with me. I hope the guys are doing well.