Change Is Coming

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All Music Guide - John Bush
For listeners expecting another collection of Money Mark's curiously endearing pop songs, Change Is Coming delivers only half of the package. Like his debut, Mark's Keyboard Repair, it's an instrumental album, recorded in the same spirit of stylistic change-ups heard on easy listening records especially compared to the indie pop of Push the Button. Despite the lack of vocals, though, Change Is Coming is a pleasant listen; Mark spins through genres with the greatest of ease -- he translates Afro-beat into "People's Party Red Alert," turns to early-'80s funk straight out of the Sanford & Son bag for "Soul Drive Six Avenue," and toys with salsa for "Information Contraband." ...
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All Music Guide - John Bush
For listeners expecting another collection of Money Mark's curiously endearing pop songs, Change Is Coming delivers only half of the package. Like his debut, Mark's Keyboard Repair, it's an instrumental album, recorded in the same spirit of stylistic change-ups heard on easy listening records especially compared to the indie pop of Push the Button. Despite the lack of vocals, though, Change Is Coming is a pleasant listen; Mark spins through genres with the greatest of ease -- he translates Afro-beat into "People's Party Red Alert," turns to early-'80s funk straight out of the Sanford & Son bag for "Soul Drive Six Avenue," and toys with salsa for "Information Contraband." There's also a nice summer samba named "Use Your Head," with Money Mark summoning the spirit of Brazilian organ heavyweight Walter Wanderley. The downside is that, much like his earliest material, Change Is Coming has a light feel that's undeniably enjoyable but also a bit tossed-off.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/18/2001
  • Label: Emperor Norton
  • UPC: 607217704525
  • Catalog Number: 7045

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Money Mark Primary Artist
Steve Berlin Flute, Saxophone
Victor Bisetti Percussion
David Hidalgo Violin
Conrad Lozano Bajo Sexto
Alfredo Rolando Ortiz Percussion, Drums
Cesar Rosas Electric Guitar
Sean Lennon Electric Bass
Timo Ellis Guitar
Ulises Bella Clarinet, Saxophone
John Paul Keenon Drums
Seth "Slim" Zwerling Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Walter Miranda Drums, Synthesizer Flute
Technical Credits
Mario Caldato Jr. Producer, Engineer
Money Mark Producer
Bob Schaper Engineer
Alex Osbourne Tracking Assistant
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