|BTA 201||Mark-Almond||The City / The Ghetto (7", Single)||Blue Thumb Records||BTA 201||US||1971|
|5C 006-92 933||Mark-Almond||The City (7", Single)||Harvest||5C 006-92 933||Netherlands||1971|
|HAR 5044||Mark-Almond||The City (7", Single, Promo)||Harvest||HAR 5044||UK||1971|
|HAR 5044||Mark Almond*||The City (7", Single)||Harvest||HAR 5044||UK||1971|
|2C 006-92 933 M||Mark-Almond||The City / The Ghetto (7", Single)||Harvest||2C 006-92 933 M||France||Unknown|
Mark–Almond was a jazz-influenced English pop group of the 1970s and early 1980s, sometimes also called The Mark-Almond Band. The core members were Jon Mark, who sang lead and played guitar, percussion, and harmonica and Johnny Almond who played saxophone, flute and bass flute and sang back-up. Various other musicians recorded and toured with the duo at various times, notably including drummer Dannie Richmond, a long-time associate of jazz bassist Charles Mingus.
BTA 201. Mark-Almond. The City, The Ghetto (7", Single, Promo). The City (7", Single, Promo).
This song is by Mark-Almond and appears on the album Mark-Almond (1971). Here I am, standing all alone. Seems like I'm a thousand miles from home. You know that never did I have a friend. You know I never had a dollar that I could lend. And sometimes I get down on my kneesAnd I wonder if He sees. New York City is where I'm from. Down there in the ghetto, where you don't come
Jon Mark and Johnny Almond first came to notoriety as part of the John Mayall Band on the 1969 "Turning Point" album which contained the all-time classic rock gems "Room To Move" and "California". After one more album with Mayall "Empty Rooms", the two decided to branch out and play the kind of jazz-blues-rock sound that they felt more comfortable with. The Mark-Almond Band original foursome included Tommy Eyre on piano and Roger Sutton on bass, with Almond adding vibes, congas and percussion to his already crisp Sax and flute playing
Lyrics for The Ghetto by Mark Almond. Down there in the ghetto, where you don't come. Seems like my life has passed me by. And you tell me, tears of joy, But I tell you, I cry! And sometimes I get down on my knees And I wonder if He sees. Don't give me liquor for my pain. All my friends they never came back again. Just me in the ghetto with you looking in from outside. And sometimes I get down on my knees And I wonder if He sees.
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