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Boasting the astute songwriting of former English major Glenn Richards, Augie March’s Moo, You Bloody Choir has enough patience to let us observe the quality of its craftsmanship. Richards channels Bob Dylan in the garage stomp of “Just Passing Through” and Ray Davies in the music hall melodicism of “Thin Captain Crackers”, but the group has no trouble achieving a tone of its own. It’s there in the gorgeously sleepy waltz of “The Honey Month” and “The Baron of Sentiment”, which turns a shuffling country groove into a golden moment.


Formed: 1996 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Augie March formed in 1996 in Melbourne, Australia, where guitarist/singer/songwriter Glenn Richards, guitarist Adam Donovan, and drummer David E. Williams were attending college. The three grew up together in Shepparton, Victoria, Australia, but it wasn't until they reunited as friends during their college days that Richards, an English major, began writing songs and invited the other two to accompany him. Both Donovan and Williams were studying music and the two sought out bassist Edmond Ammendola,...
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