Tag Archives: Mark Clarke

COLOSSEUM call it a day

March 3, 2015

On February 28th, COLOSSEUM, one of the greatest ensembles in the jazz-blues-prog-rock domain, played their last ever concert. It’s been a great run since theirĀ , one that couldn’t be predicted in the early ’70s, when the band quit the scene … Continue reading

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COLOSSEUM side with the times

November 18, 2014

It’s been more than a decade since British progressive blues giants COLOSSEUM delivered their last album, 2003’s “Tomorrow’s Blues,” and for years it seemed to be just that: their last one ever. The band lost their founder member, sax player … Continue reading

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MOUNTAIN – Go For Your Life

July 5, 2013

Scotti Brothers 1985 / Esoteric 2013 The stomping return of The Great Fatsby – slimmed-down to fit in with the times but rocking away as if the sleighride never ended. After their final bow on New Year’s Eve of 1974, … Continue reading

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Interview with MARK CLARKE

February 3, 2013

December 2006 He has it all: the looks, the voice, the talent, the skill, yet all Mark Clarke’s interested in is playing with the artists he finds interesting. The great artists who find Mark’s talent essential – be it COLOSSEUM, … Continue reading

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