Mark Abel

Profile:
Mark Abel (born April 28, 1948) is an American composer of classical music.

After a brief stay at Stanford University in the late 1960s, Abel was active on the New York rock scene during the 1970s and early 1980s, leading his own groups, producing the bands The Feelies and The Bongos, and playing on albums of Tom Verlaine and former The Left Banke mastermind Michael Brown (10). He returned to California in 1983 and worked in mainstream journalism for two decades, eventually becoming foreign editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. He moved away from rock during that period, immersed himself in classical and gradually began developing his hybridized style.

Albums

DE 3418 Mark Abel - The Dream Gallery album art Mark Abel The Dream Gallery(CD, Album) Delos DE 3418 US 2012 Sell This Version
DE3438 Mark Abel - Terrain of the Heart album art Jamie Chamberlin, Mark Abel Jamie Chamberlin, Mark Abel - Terrain of the Heart(CD, Album) Delos DE3438 US 2013 Sell This Version
DE 3550 Mark Abel Time And Distance(CD, Album) Delos DE 3550 US 2018 Sell This Version
DE3570 Mark Abel - The Cave of Wondrous Voice album art Mark Abel The Cave of Wondrous Voice(CD) Delos DE3570 US 2020 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none Mark Abel - Five Poems Of Pablo Neruda  album art Mark Abel Five Poems Of Pablo Neruda (Cass, S/Sided) Not On Label (Mark Abel Self-released) none US Unknown Sell This Version