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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 flute as well, including the bass flute. Characterized by a blend of blues and jazz riffs, latin beats, and a mellow rock aesthetic, and in contrast to the heavier guitar-driven rock of his contemporaries, composer and band leader Mark worked at producing warm and melodic works.


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