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Mark & Almond - Rising (1972)
FLAC & mp3 (320k/s) | 184 & 86 MB | scans | Line Records
Total time: 41:17 | Genre: jazz-rock, fusion

Rising is one of the hardest of the Mark-Almond discs to find, and it's a bit of a shame, since it's also one of their best. There are only two really weak songs on the whole record ( "Song for a Sad Musician" and "Organ Grinder" ), and the rest are of a remarkable variety of color and songwriting style. The groaning slow-motion of "Tramp" is re-echoed on "Monday Bluesong," "What Am I Living For?" is like the upbeat brother to "The Ghetto" , and the group did its first all-out rocker in "Riding Free" , even if said song is little more than a flabby homage to a Harley-Davidson. Rising also contains one of their other big bland FM staples, " I'll Be Leaving Soon" , and "The Phoenix", a song so strange and yet so moving in its own way .

Jon Mark (Vocals, Guitar and Percussion)
Johnny Almond (Baritone, Tenor, Alto and Soprano Saxophone, Vibes, Bass, Flutes, Percussion and Backing Vocals)
Dannie Richmond (Drums and Percussion, Backing Vocals)
Geoff Condon (Trumpet, Fluegelhorn, Cornet, Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Oboe, Percussion and Backing Vocals)
Ken Craddock (Piano, Electric Piano, Guitar, Percussion and Vocals)
Colin Gibson (Bass Guitar, Percussion and Backing Vocals)

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