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Mark Fox

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Mark Fox, tenor & soprano saxophone, flute, and kamal ngoni (Malian harp) player, bandleader, composer and recording artist has participated for almost 25 years professionally in the international music and entertainment industry. Blessed at an early age, many legends of music came into his life such as maestros Archie Shepp, Yusef Lateef, Marion Brown, George Garzone, George Clinton and a host of others. These masters became profound teachers, mentors, friends and colleagues, passing the baton on to Fox and bringing him into the deepest levels of the music world. During Fox's decade and a half in New York City, he had the honor to perform with such greats as Warren Smith, The Boys Harbor Big Band, George Clinton and the P- Funk All Stars, Archie Shepp, The Violent Femmes, Eugene Chadborne, and a numerous of other groups and high level artists

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Iridescent Sounds

Label: Humble Genius Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Iridescent Sounds 6:51 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI) 2. Scent of Purple 6 :17 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI) 3. Nomads 7:44 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI) 4. Gout d’Or 6:46 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI) 5. 74 Miles Away 6:09 Joseph Zawinul (BMI) / Zawinul Music (BMI) 6. PS With Love 8:28 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI) 7. Magenta Moods 4:14 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI)Bonus Tracks 8. Nomads (full version) 11:30 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI) 9. PS With Love (full version) 15:02 Mark David Fox (BMI) / Mark Fox Music Publishing (BMI)

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Iridescent Sounds

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Label: Humble Genius Records
Released: 2019
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Article: Radio

New Music from Lauren Lee, Eric Wyatt, Manuel Dunkel and More

Read "New Music from Lauren Lee, Eric Wyatt, Manuel Dunkel and More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This week we feature loads of new releases, including music from Lauren Lee, Eric Wyatt, Manuel Dunkel and Mark Fox. Playlist Eric Wyatt “Bud Powell" from The Golden Rule, For Sonny (Whaling City Sound ) 00:00 fo mo deep “Move On Up" from Szygy (RH Media) 09:10 Lauren Lee “Windowsill" from Windowsill (ears&eyes ...

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News: Recording

Saxophonist & African Harpist Mark Fox Unleashes His Powerful New Project - Iridescent Sounds - On October 4th!

Saxophonist & African Harpist Mark Fox Unleashes His Powerful New Project - Iridescent Sounds - On October 4th!

From the cosmos the Eulipion vibration sprung forth on the planet. Beings of light, love and creativity brought new sounds and healing to earth, “a duty-free gift for the traveler." Over the eons, this unique frequency of being has been passed from generation to generation. Mark Fox is an avatar of this vibration and energy, a ...

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Article: Year in Review

James Nadal's Best Releases of 2016

Read "James Nadal's Best Releases of 2016" reviewed by James Nadal


Having had the honor and pleasure to review over eighty records in 2016, choosing a dozen is a difficult task. There are featured blues and soul vocalists, which are maintaining the significance of these genres alive with the authentic talent and dedication required. Included are stimulating offerings from innovative fusion and experimental artists, as well as ...

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Article: Album Review

Mark Fox Quartet +: Three Octaves Above The Sun

Read "Three Octaves Above The Sun" reviewed by James Nadal


Making the decision to disconnect from music for over a decade has brought saxophonist Mark Fox an invigorating sense of motivation and inspiration, evident on Three Octaves Above The Sun. Committed to a personal spiritual quest, Fox's music is a hybrid of post-bop, progressive, African and transcendental, with intentional homage to those masters who determined the ...


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