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Mark Lomax, II

Mark Lomax, II
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United States
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Dr. Mark Lomax, II is a drummer, composer, and teacher at Ohio State University. He has worked extensively as a sideman with other artists as well as leading his own trio and quartet.
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http://www.marklomaxii.com
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Releases on file (13)
Mark Lomax / Ngoma Lungundu — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.1 - The First Ankhcestor Mark Lomax / Ngoma Lungundu — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.1 - The First Ankhcestor
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.2 - Song of the Dogon The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.2 - Song of the Dogon
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.3 - Dance of the Orishas The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.3 - Dance of the Orishas
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.4 - The Coming The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.4 - The Coming
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
The Mark Lomax Trio — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.6 - Up South: Conversations on American Idealism The Mark Lomax Trio — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.6 - Up South: Conversations on American Idealism
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
Mark Lomax, II / U Celli — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.7 - Four Women Mark Lomax, II / U Celli — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.7 - Four Women
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
Mark Lomax, II & the Urban Art Ensemble — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.8 - Blues in August Mark Lomax, II & the Urban Art Ensemble — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.8 - Blues in August
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
The Mark Lomax Trio — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.10 - Ankh & the Tree of Life The Mark Lomax Trio — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.10 - Ankh & the Tree of Life
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
Mark Lomax, II / The Ogún Meji Duo — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.11 - Spirits of the Egungun Mark Lomax, II / The Ogún Meji Duo — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.11 - Spirits of the Egungun
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
Mark Lomax, II — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.12 - Afrika United Mark Lomax, II — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.12 - Afrika United
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
Mark Lomax, II & the Urban Art Ensemble — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.5 - Ma'afa Mark Lomax, II & the Urban Art Ensemble — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.5 - Ma'afa
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD)
The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.9 - Tales of the Black Experience The Mark Lomax Quartet — 400: An Afrikan Epic, Vol.9 - Tales of the Black Experience
(CFG Multimedia, 2019, CD / DL)
The Mark Lomax Trio — Isis and Osiris The Mark Lomax Trio — Isis and Osiris
(Inarhyme IR-1007, 2014, CD)

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