A label for Christian music. Pilgrim was the music outlet of publishers Marshall, Morgan & Scott, of London. It issued records from the early '60s until at least 1979. Singles and EPs from the '60s were numbered in two different series, XPR-3000 and PSR-7000. The company seems to have concentrated on albums in the 1970s: the only Pilgrim 7"s from that decade that I have happened upon so far are a couple by Mary McKee & The Genesis, 'Silent Prayer' b/w 'Silent Night' (SPLM-438; 1977) and 'Shattered Dreams' b/w Acres Of Diamonds' (SP/M-001; 1979), and Rodney Cordner's 'The Band Played Waltzing Matilda' b/w 'The Ballad Of Tommy Quinn' (SPLM-002; 1979). Pilgrim Records Former Address: Blundell House, Goodwood Road, London, S.E.14. Thank To Robert Lyons for the info.
|79||Mary Mckee & The Genesis||Shattered dreams||PILGRIM||SP/M||001|
|79||Rodney Cordner||'The Band Played Waltzing Matilda'||PILGRIM||SPLM||002|
|77||Mary McKee And The Genesis||(They Stood In) Silent Prayer||PILGRIM||SPLM||438|