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Mark–Almond were an English band of the late 1960s and early 1970s, who worked in the territory between rock and jazz. In 1970 Jon Mark and Johnny Almond formed Mark-Almond (also occasionally referred to as The Mark-Almond Band). The melancholy tones of saxophonist Almond were an integral part of the group's sound, and Almond frequently played flutes as well, including the rarely-heard bass flute. Characterized by a blend of blues and jazz riffs, latin beats, and a mellow rock… read more

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  • A BAND THAT IS HARD TO FIND IN MUSIC SEARCHES DUE TO THE VARIOUS NAMES USED, BUT DAM FINE MUSIC IS YOUR REWARD.
  • Live & Last is such a great album unf
  • underrated!
  • I've been looking for "Here Comes The Rain, Parts 1 & 2" for ages. Now that I somewhat know what album it's on I can't find it! I have the vinyl, "Other Peoples Rooms" which I'd assume isn't rare since my brother bought it for me in the cut outs for $1.99(US) around the early 80's.
  • Here Here
  • Agree with both comments.
  • I think Mark-Almond is too underrated and unknown a band. Everyone spread the word about Mark-Almond!

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