Heaven And Hell - Mark Clarke (2) - Moving To The Moon (CD, Album)
Label: Its About Music (2) - IAM0228 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Hard Rock
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In Mark Clarke released his first solo album Moving to the Moon, which was co-produced by Ray DeTone, who also played all guitars on the record. In Mark Clarke became a member of a new trio band called JCM. Other members of the band were drummer Jon Hiseman and guitarist Clem Clempson. The band recorded an album "Heroes" late in
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Clarke, Mark: Moving to the Moon. while the soaring "Heaven and Hell" could have easily been a leftover from an 80's Queen album. Clarke's vocals are truly inspiring on this one. A return to blistering hard rock can be heard on the title track, complete with some nasty riffs from DeTone, and "Then Tomorrow Comes" has a rootsy, almost.
Mark Clarke - Moving To The Moon Bassist & songwriter [and occasionally - singer] Mark Clarke has been associated with numerous classic rock acts, from Colosseum [whom he stills tours with], to Uriah Heep [co-writing "The Wizard"], to Tempest [w/ John Hiseman], Natural Gas [w/ Joey Molland of Badfinger], Mountain, and Billy Squier.
Heaven and Hell Lyrics: Sing me a song, you're a singer / Do me a wrong, you're a bringer of evil / The Devil is never a maker / The less that you give, you're a taker / So, it's on and on and on.