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Lonely People - Mark-Almond - Other Peoples Rooms (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Background "Lonely People" was the second single release from America's album Holiday. "Lonely People" reached number five on the Billboard Hot , the Peeks' only credited song to reach that chart's top 10, and was America's second number one on the Easy Listening chart, where it stayed for one week in February "Lonely People" was not automatically earmarked for the Holiday album.
  3. OTHER PEOPLE'S ROOMS originally recorded at The Hit Factory, New York Arranged By, Conductor - Claus Ogerman, Bass - Will Lee, Drums - Steve Gadd, Electric Piano, Piano - Leon Pendarvis, Engineer - Hank Cicalo, Engineer, Mixed By - Al Schmitt, Flugelhorn - Jerry Hey, Guitar - John Tropea, Percussion - Ralph MacDonald, Producer - Tommy LiPuma, Saxophone, Flute - Johnny /5(11).
  4. Label: Horizon ‎– AMLJ Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Europe Released: Genre: Jazz, Pop Style: Smooth Jazz, Ballad.
  5. Singer/guitarist John Mark and sax/flute player Johnny Almond—both late of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers—formed this band in ’71 and utilized Steve Gadd, Will Lee and other aces on this LP. Produced by Tommy LiPuma, this long-unavailable jazz-pop gem from ’78 includes the title track, "Vivaldi’s Song," "The City," "Just a Friend" and more!
  6. This sensational Elemental Music release presents the long unavailable and highly underrated masterpiece Other People’s Rooms by The Mark- Almond Band. The Mark-Almond Band was formed in by British musicians John Mark (vocals, guitar) and Johnny Almond (saxes, flute), who were both members of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers during
  7. The music of Mark-Almond took me on a new musical path. This is music that cannot be defined by a single genre. The best you can hope to do is name 2 or 3 of the musical genres that make it up and add "fusion" to the end. Reading some of the reviews, I hear people talk about how this music defined a time and place that of San Francisco in the /5(14).
  8. Other Peoples Rooms by Mark-Almond - CD () for $ from alaringrimedinsegidesuletar.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $

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