Mark–Almond was a jazz-influenced English pop group of the 1970s and early 1980s, sometimes also called The Mark-Almond Band. The core members were Jon Mark, who sang lead and played guitar, percussion, and harmonica and Johnny Almond who played saxophone, flute and bass flute and sang back-up. Various other musicians recorded and toured with the duo at various times, notably including drummer Dannie Richmond, a long-time associate of jazz bassist Charles Mingus.
Jon Mark (born 8 May 1943) is a British singer-songwriter and guitarist, who is best known for his recordings with Marianne Faithfull, Sweet Thursday, John Mayall and Mark-Almond. Mark, who received a Grammy in 2004, lives in Rotorua, New Zealand. Jon Mark was born in Falmouth, Cornwall.
The discography of the English singer, songwriter and recording artist Marc Almond consists of music recorded since the late 1970s. He has recorded as a solo artist and with several other groups, these include Soft Cell, Marc & the Mambas, The Willing Sinners and Flesh Volcano. He has also worked with Michael Cashmore, and has contributed to numerous one-off releases with a variety of artists. Singles 1984 – 1987 (1987, Some Bizarre Virgin) (compilation of singles from The Willing Sinners era).
Long out of print on CD the first album from Mark-Almond features the early seventies classics, "The Ghetto" and "The City. MARK-ALMOND - S/T - LP 1971 Blue Thumb - JAZZ ROCK. Mark-Almond, Mark Almond-Blue Thumb Records P.
Mark-Almond – Mark-Almond II. Selo: Blue Thumb Records – YS-8022-AU. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo, Reissue. Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Vibraphone, Flute, Percussion, Harmony Vocals – Johnnie Almond. Design Concept – Field, Latimer. Drums, Percussion, Harmony Vocals – Dannie Richmond. Engineer – Bruce Botnick. Executive-Producer – Nick Mobbs. Executive-Producer – Bob Krasnow. Lead Vocals, Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Electric Guitar, Percussion – Jon Mark.
Marc Almond & Foetus : Flesh Volcano - Slut. Compilation, Ноябрь 1997, Some Bizzare. Marc Almond & Le Magia – Live in Concert. Live, 1998, Some Bizzare.
|B1||One Way Sunday||5:30|
|B3||Ballad Of A Man||11:42|
|C1||Get Yourself Together||5:07|
|C2||What Am I Living For||6:56|
|C3||The Neighborhood Man||8:06|
|D2||Clowns (The Demise Of The European Circus With No Thanks To Fellini)||7:49|
|D3||Home To You||8:00|
- Bass, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Colin Gibson
- Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Dannie Richmond
- Engineer – Bernie O'Gorman
- Flugelhorn, Trumpet, Cornet, Flute [Concert Flute], Saxophone [Tenor], Oboe, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Geoff Condon
- Lead Vocals, Guitar [Classical And 12-string Guitar], Electric Guitar, Percussion, Composed By, Arranged By – Jon Mark
- Piano [Concert Piano], Electric Piano, Guitar [Classical Guitar], Electric Guitar, Vocals [2nd Vocals], Percussion – Ken Craddock*
- Producer – Bruce Botnick
- Saxophone [Baritone, Tenor, Alto And Soprano Saxophone], Vibraphone, Flute [Bass, Alto And Concerto Flute], Percussion, Backing Vocals – Johnny Almond