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Mark Karan
Walk Through The Fire
- album review 
Release Date 6/30/09

Mark Karan - Walk Through the Fire - Album review
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Mark Karan bio (from the official website

Since 1998, Mark has been performing with the extended Grateful Dead family (The Other Ones, Mickey Hart's Planet Drum, and Bob Weir & RatDog). He has anchored the lead guitar slot in RatDog for the last eleven years, touring the US year-round. Before crossing over into the land of the Dead, Mark worked his guitar and vocal voodoo for the likes of Dave Mason, Delaney Bramlett, the Rembrandts, Paul Carrack, Huey Lewis, Jesse Colin Young and Sophie B. Hawkins.

In recent years, Mark has also performed with The Allman Brothers, Trey Anastasio, Joan Baez, Dickey Betts, Delaney Bramlett, Larry Campbell, Clarence Clemons, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Galactic, Gov’t Mule, Jackie Greene, Sammy Hagar, Levon Helm, Bill Kirchen, Chuck Leavell, Little Feat, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Phil Lesh & Friends, John Popper, String Cheese Incident, Derek Trucks, Narada Michael Walden and others.

Mark has toured internationally, and rocked the Montreaux Jazz Festival, the Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival and the Fuji Rock Festival. He has made TV appearances on Austin City Limits, VH1 Classic's All Star Jams, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Late Late Night with Craig Kilborn, Today Show and Regis & Kathy Lee. Mark has played on and/or produced numerous artists’ albums, recorded and composed music for film, television, and sound libraries, and is in demand as a studio musician.

Mark also tours with his band, “Jemimah Puddleduck”, with John Molo on drums, JT Thomas on keys, and Bob Gross on bass. Mark offers his soulful blues-based vocal stylings and inspired guitar work with a remarkably tight rhythm section in a passionate delivery of the sounds of Americana. JP is where rock meets R&B and country, with the soul of New Orleans, reggae, and funk, flashes of psychedelia, and whatever else the muse offers in the moment. In addition to his originals like "Time Will Tell" and “Leave a Light On”, as well as those of songwriter friends, Mark also covers a range of eclectic songs like Johnny "Guitar" Watson's "You Can Stay (But the Noize Must Go)", Peter Tosh's "Don't Look Back", and the Kinks’ “Lazin’ on a Sunny Afternoon”- his unique choices in music are the hallmark of the rare JP shows.

Mark’s debut album, "Walk Through the Fire” will be released by Quacktone Records on June 30, 2009, and available in stores, on Itunes, Amazon.com, and his website markkaran.com. The album features special guests Delaney Bramlett, The Persuasions, Billy Payne, The Rowan Brothers, Mike Finnigan, and Pete Sears. Other recordings featuring Mark on guitar include RatDog's "Live At Roseland” and "Evening Moods", and The Other Ones' "Only The Strange Remain" 

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Walk Through the Fire

 
1 ANNIE DON’T LIE (Alex Call) (4:49) 
- featuring The Persuasions

2 LEAVE A LIGHT ON (Mark Karan) (6:49)  -featuring The Rowan Brothers
3 BAIT THE HOOK (Mark Karan) (4:20)
4 WALK THROUGH THE FIRE (Mark Karan) (4:13)
5 LOVE IN VAIN (Robert Johnson) (5:25) - -featuring Delaney Bramlett, Pete Sears
6 ROCK YOUR PAPA (Mark Karan) (4:59) - -featuring Bill Payne, The Persuasions, Mike Finnigan
7 MEMPHIS RADIO (Susan Sheller) (6:00)
8 TIME WILL TELL (Mark Karan) (8:49)
9 LOVE SONG (Mark Karan) (4:08)
featuring Mike Finnigan
10 THINK IT’S GONNA RAIN (Randy Newman) (4:50)
11 FOOLS IN LOVE (Joe Jackson) (6:59)
12 EASY WIND (Robert Hunter) (6:44)
Mark Karan - Walk Through the Fire review

Walk Through the Fire is Mark Karan's first solo album. Mark is best known for his work with Bob Weir's band Ratdog. He's been the lead guitarist in Ratdog since 1998. Mark's also been a sideman and session player on many great recordings, as well as graced the stage with a who's who list. More details in Mark's bio.

Mark also leads a band called Jemimah Puddleduck. To get some additional insight into Mark's playing I sought some of that material in reviewing Walk Through the Fire. Jemimah's sets include a nice balance of Karan originals, covers, and Grateful Dead songs. From a set from 1/19/2000, in Tahoe City, CA Mark does an interpretation of a Gram Parson's song from his first solo album called "She." The live recording Mark gave an introduction noting that he listening to a Gram Parson's tribute and hearing that song for the first time in about one hundred years gave him the inspiration for him to do it too. I'm sure glad he did. Mark does a fine job on the vocals and the guitar work is Garcia like with Mark chasing the melody and bending and twisting it along the way. Then, they segue into a closing verse of "Jack Straw" to close the song. So we have probably my favorite voice with Gram and my favorite guitarist with Garcia on this interpretation. If you're wondering what Jerry Garcia would sound like playing with Gram Parsons, this is probably pretty close. I really enjoyed this immensely. 

Moving along to the album Walk Through the Fire. With downloads a popular way to buy music rather than CD's, many people don't have the album cover. If you fall into that camp, there are instructions provided. The back cover reads "this album is meant to be played loud, turn it up!!!

So with Mark's background with Ratdog, The Other One's, and his band Jemimah Puddleduck playing a fair number of Dead covers, is Walk Through the Fire going to be a Jerry Garcia clone recording or something more unique and original? I know you're wondering. Especially because there is a Grateful Dead cover, "Easy Wind" to close the disc. 

Walking Through the Fire is a mix of six originals and six covers. Mark's  songwriting is very good and the diverse well selected covers songs are impressively arranged, which range from the blues legend Robert Johnson to New Wave king Joe Jackson. There is a heavy blues tone to the album, with an original approach. 

Throughout Walk Through the Fire, Mark demonstrates that he can arrange, sing, and play guitar with authority. Mark's vocals are clear, commanding, and powerful, while his guitar playing is effortless, melodic and expressive. 

As all the songs are noteworthy, I took the approach of reviewing the album with a track by track comment. The album starts upbeat with "Annie Don't Lie." It has a blues pattern, but has New Orleans feel, a great piano solo, and even better guitar solo. 

"Leave the Light On" follows, an original. This song has a very enjoyable close with mellow background vocals and its groove allows for some nice riffs and soloing. The technique reminds me of the great Allman Brothers song "Melissa" in its approach with the guitar technique and string bending; a nice close to the song.

"Bait the Hook" is an upbeat number, the first of four songs that have Jackie LaBranch & Gloria Jones, both Jerry Garcia Band alumni, helping out on background vocals.

The title track "Walk Through the Fire" demonstrates a nice melodic slide guitar aasault, uniquely achieving a gentle and eerie tone. Mark is a cancer survivor, and is donating all proceeds from the song “Walk Though the Fire” to the Oral Cancer Foundation. 

Mark tackles a cover of a Robert Johnson "Love In Vain," and long time blues great, Delaney Bramlett is a guest on the track. Their interpretation is quite enjoyable, with some nice Dobro, and Mark's guitar soloing is effective. Vocally, Mark and Delaney have a good vibe singing and shouting. Bramlett's vocals bring back memories of the Eric Clapton's first solo album, which Bramlett was an instrumental part of. As an aside...More...

"Rock Your Papa" another original is a winner from the start, the guitar introduction has a piercing bite, and is crunchy and explosive. Very melodically the band shares patterns back and forth, adding fills and thrills. Mark provides a mighty impressive guitar solo. 

That was a nice song. Can it get better? You bet. "Memphis Radio" is a cover song written by Susan Sheller, I'm not familiar with her version. This is probably my favorite song on the album. It opens with a great groove with nice guitar flavorings. It has that infamous Amos Garrett type sound from the Maria Muldaur's 1973 classic "Midnight at the Oasis." The ending solo again visits that "Melissa" soloing approach, two of my favorites mellow rock songs. 

The longest track, "Time Will Tell" takes on a nasty tone. Or at a minimum a dark feeling. The soloing is guitar driven with the band locked in. Plenty of noodling to build peaks with a real nice conclusion. For Pink Floyd fans, there's a bit David Gilmour technique, including the guitar effects implemented to close the guitar solo. 

"Love Song" has a similar feel to it as "Memphis Radio," and could be a candidate for radio play. The background vocals by Jackie and Gloria highlight Mark's arrangement capabilities. 

Following are three cover songs, all very different, all wonderful. First is a melodic number, a Randy Newman song, "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today." This track gives the keyboardist plenty of time to display their talents. Mark's vocals are strong. 

"Fools In Love" a Joe Jackson cover has a Reggae mood. A really solid interpretation of the song, offering a great vibe, melodic tones, captivating vocals, and the instrumental solos are spot on. 

Last is a Grateful Dead song from Workingman's Dead, "Easy Wind." They take an original approach to it. The vibrating bass notes to close the disc is a welcome send off.   

To answer the question initially asked, is the album going to be a Jerry Garcia clone recording? Not at all. If one was familiar with Garcia's playing and randomly heard Walk Through the Fire, they'd have no idea that Mark has Jerry's repertoire under his belt. In fact, I hear more Roy Buchanan, Dickey Betts, David Gilmour, and Amos Garrett than Jerry. 

To sum up, Walk Through the Fire, this is our kind of music. With an even mix of cover songs or the originals, which are better, the cover songs or the originals? They're both impressive. Throughout the disc Mark shows that he can write songs, as well as interpret others material with class and style. 

Finally, what surprised me most about the CD is how good of a singer Mark is. Perhaps my review is a bit wordy. That's because there's a lot of good things to say about it. To repeat an introductory remark, throughout Walk Through the Fire Mark's vocals are clear, commanding, and powerful, while his guitar playing is effortless, melodic and expressive. 

"This album is meant to be played loud, turn it up!!!"

Review by Barry Small©

Cover songs discussion
Delaney Bramlett with Eric Clapton 

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Credits from http://www.walkthroughthefire.com

Produced by Mark Karan
Mixed by Davy Vain @ The Groove Room
Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering

Walk Through the Fire was recorded over the course of 4 years in 6 studios by 8 engineers with 25 musicians. It was a labor of love and artistry, and an offering in gratitude. It was the intention to create an album that evoked a sound reminiscent of older records, utilized modern recording tools, but maintained its authenticity. Some of these songs were the hallmark of Mark’s live performances over years, some were old songs he rediscovered and reworked, and some were written by songwriter friends.

Love In Vain” is the first posthumous release of the great Delaney Bramlett. Mark has been friends with and played with Delaney for a decade or more, and this collaboration was produced by Mark for the soundtrack to the upcoming film “Guitarman”.

The title track, “Walk Through the Fire,” was written while Mark was undergoing his first chemotherapy treatment for throat cancer. In gratitude for his survival, Mark is donating all proceeds from the song “Walk Though the Fire” to the Oral Cancer Foundation.

1  ANNIE DON’T LIE (Alex Call) (4:49)

featuring The Persuasions, Jemimah Puddleduck (MK/John Molo/JT Thomas/Bob Gross), Glenn Hartman

2 LEAVE A LIGHT ON (Mark Karan) (6:49)

featuring The Rowan Brothers, John Molo, JT Thomas, Hutch Hutchinson, Wally Ingram

3 BAIT THE HOOK (Mark Karan) (4:20)

featuring Jemimah Puddleduck, Jackie LaBranch & Gloria Jones

4 WALK THROUGH THE FIRE (Mark Karan) (4:13)

featuring JT Thomas, Hutch Hutchinson, Wally Ingram, Jimmy Sanchez

5 LOVE IN VAIN (Robert Johnson) (5:25)

featuring Delaney Bramlett, Pete Sears, John Molo, Hutch Hutchinson

6 ROCK YOUR PAPA (Mark Karan) (4:59)

featuring Bill Payne, The Persuasions, Mike Finnigan, John Molo, Hutch Hutchinson, Glenn Hartman

7 MEMPHIS RADIO (Susan Sheller) (6:00)

 featuring JT Thomas, Hutch Hutchinson, Wally Ingram, Jimmy Sanchez, Jackie LaBranch & Gloria Jones

8 TIME WILL TELL (Mark Karan) (8:49)

featuring John Molo, JT Thomas, Hutch Hutchinson

9 LOVE SONG (Mark Karan) (4:08)

featuring Mike Finnigan, Hutch Hutchinson, Wally Ingram, Jimmy Sanchez, Jackie LaBranch & Gloria Jones, Amber Morris & April Grisman

10 THINK IT’S GONNA RAIN (Randy Newman) (4:50) - featuring Jemimah Puddleduck

11 FOOLS IN LOVE (Joe Jackson) (6:59)

featuring Jemimah Puddleduck, Wally Ingram, Jackie LaBranch & Gloria Jones, Amber Morris & April Grisman

12 EASY WIND (Robert Hunter) (6:44)

featuring John Molo, JT Thomas, Hutch Hutchinson, Wally Ingram

Mark Karan - Discography - Guitar - Ratdog

Mark Karan with Bob Weir (Ratdog, Other Ones)

Mark Karan - Discography - Guitar - Ratdog

 

Weir Here 
Mark Karan has been working in the extended Grateful Dead family since 1988. First, he was part of The Other Ones, the first Grateful Dead offshoot and toured with them in 1998 and 2000.

Bob Weir's Anthology, Weir Here, includes a few songs with Ratdog, a few songs feature Mark.  Our review of Weir Here has more details of that release.

Mark Karan - Discography - Guitar - Ratdog
Ratdog
Live At Roseland
April 25 & 26, 2001
Ratdog
Evening Moods
The Other Ones
The Strange Remain
Disc 1
The Music Never Stopped 
New Minglewood Blues 
Loser 
Friend of the Devil 
Corrina 
Bird Song 
Ashes and Glass 

Disc 2
Estimated Prophet 
Bass / Drums 
Mission in the Rain 
Even So 
Tennessee Jed 
The Other One 
Bird Song 
Turn On Your Lovelight 
1. Bury Me Standing  
2. Lucky Enough  
3. Odessa  
4. Ashes and Glass 
5. Welcome to the World  
6. Two Djinn
7. Corrina  
8. October Queen 
9. Deep End [Instrumental]
10. Even So
Disc 1
St. Stephen>> 
The Eleven 
Jack Straw 
Sugaree 
Corrina 
Only The Strange Remain 
White-Wheeled Limousine 
Estimated Prophet 

Disc 2
Playing In The Band 
The Other One 
Banyan Tree 
Rainbow's Cadillac 
Mountains Of The Moon 
Friend Of The Devil 
Baba Jingo 
China Cat Sunflower>> 
I Know You Rider 
Musicians

Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards, background vocals
Mark Karan - lead guitar, background vocals
Jay Lane - drums, background vocals
Rob Wasserman - bass
Kenny Brooks - saxophone
Musicians
Bob Weir - guitars, lead vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards, background vocals
Mark Karan - lead guitar, background vocals
Jay Lane - drums, background vocals
Rob Wasserman - bass 

Above is the core band. The tracks have various guests, lots of horns.

Musicians
Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
Mark Karan - guitar, vocals
Steve Kimock - guitar
Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
John Molo - drums
Dave Ellis - saxophone, vocals
Mickey Hart - percussion, RAMU, vocals
Bruce Hornsby - piano, keyboards, vocals
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Jemimah Puddleduck

 
Jemimah Puddleduck
Self-titled debut album

1. "Don't Look Back" (Robinson, White) – 7/17/99, Ventura Theater, Ventura CA
2. "U Can Stay but th' Noize Mus' Go" (Watson) – 7/17/99, Ventura Theater, Ventura CA
3. "Rock Your Papa" (Karan) — 1/19/00, Humptie's, Tahoe City CA
4. "Memphis Radio" (Sheller) – 1/19/00, Humptie's, Tahoe City CA
5. "Time Will Tell" (Karan) – 7/17/99, Ventura Theater, Ventura CA
6. "My Car is So Groovy" (Schierbaum) – 3/3/00, Ventura Theater, Ventura CA
7. "Bait the Hook" (Karan) – 1/19/00, Humptie's, Tahoe City CA
8. "She" (Parsons) – 1/19/00, Humptie's, Tahoe City CA
9. "Annie Don't Lie" (Call) – 3/3/00, Ventura Theater, Ventura CA

Musicians

* Mark Karan – guitar, lead vocals
* John Molo – drums, percussion
* Bob Gross – bass, backing vocals
* Arlan Schierbaum – Wurlitzer, B-3, lead vocal on "My Car is So Groovy"

Credits
* Produced by Mark Karan
* Engineered by Arlan Schierbaum and Blake Beman
* Mastered by Technovoice, Studio City CA
* Artwork by Mikio Kennedy
* Photography by Alan Hess
* Design and layout by Mark Karan and Alan Hess

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Sessions - Miscellaneous recordings that Mark Karan plays on. I haven't heard any of these to comment further on. 
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Delaney Bramlett
Sounds from Home
Jesse Colin Young
Makin' It Real 
Blu-Ray
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Delaney Bramlett with Eric Clapton - Top picks

Delaney Bramlett is often credited in pushing Clapton to sing, and the Deluxe Version of that album includes a second disc, which is the mix that Delaney made. The original album that is also included is the Tom Dowd mix.

Eric Clapton Deluxe Edition Eric Clapton Delaney & Bonnie On Tour With Eric Clapton
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Cover Songs

Below we referenced a few of the songs that Mark does covers of.

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Robert Johnson - There are numerous editions of Robert Johnson releases. He recorded 29 different songs, add to the alternate takes, there are a 41 totals recordings.  I have the complete edition and highly recommend that, it has good liner notes.

Eric Clapton's first vocals with John Mayall was a Johnson cover, "Ramblin' On My Mind." In 2004 Clapton released tribute to Robert Johnson; a CD, Me and Mr. Johnson and DC/DVD, Sessions for Robert Johnson.  I like the DVD much better than the CD. 

The Complete Recordings His Recorded Legacy: The 29 Songs  Eric Clapton - Sessions for Robert Johnson
   
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Joe Jackson - Mark's version of "Fool's in Love" is excellent. The original by Joe Jackson came off his incredible debut, Look Sharp. There are several good two-disc Joe Jackson compilations we've referenced. 
Gold
Tonight & Forever: The Joe Jackson Collection
Steppin' Out/Very Best of Joe Jackson
     
Disc: 1 
1. Is She Really Going Out with Him? 
2. Fools in Love 
3. One More Time 
4. Sunday Papers 
5. Look Sharp! 
6. Got the Time 


7. On Your Radio 
8. It's Different for Girls 
9. Don't Wanna Be Like That 
10. Amateur Hour 
11. I'm the Man 
12. Tilt 
13. Someone Up There 
14. One to One 
15. Beat Crazy 
16. Biology 
17. Jumpin' Jive 
18. What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again) 
19. Is She Really Going Out with Him? 
20. Another World 

Disc: 2 
1. Breaking Us in Two 
2. Chinatown 
3. Real Men 
4. Steppin' Out 
5. Slow Song 
6. You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want) 
7. Not Here, Not Now 
8. Be My Number Two 
9. Happy Ending 
10. Wild West 
11. Right and Wrong 
12. Home Town 
13. Precious Time 
14. Me and You (Against the World) 
15. Down to London 
16. Nineteen Forever 
17. Human Touch 

Disc: 1
1. One More Time
2. Sunday Papers
3. Is She Really Going out with Him?
4. Look Sharp!
5. Fools in Love


6. On Your Radio
7. Kinda Kute
8. Band Wore Blue Shirts
9. Friday
10. I'm the Man


11. It's Different for Girls
12. Someone Up There
13. Beat Crazy
14. Biology
15. Harder They Come
16. Jumpin' Jive
17. What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again)
18. Tuxedo Junction

Disc: 2
1. Is She Really Going out with Him? [Version]
2. Steppin Out
3. Another World
4. Breaking Us in Two
5. Slow Song
6. Cosmopolitan
7. Memphis
8. You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)
9. Be My Number Two
10. Happy Ending - Elaine Caswell, Joe Jackson
11. Verdict
12. Right and Wrong [Live]
13. Tonight and Forever [Live]
14. Soul Kiss [Live]
15. Home Town [Live]
16. Nocturne
17. Nineteen Forever
29 Happy Ending 3:38 
30 Wild West 4:32 
31 Right and Wrong 4:34 
32 Home Town 3:11 
33 Precious Time 3:21 
34 Me and You (Against the World) 3:49 
35 Down to London 4:15 
36 Nineteen Forever 5:42 
37 The Human Touch 5:10 

  1. Is She Really Going Out With Him?
  2. Sunday Papers
  3. One More Time
  4. Got The Time
  5. Look Sharp!
  6. Fools In Love


  7. On Your Radio
  8. It's Different For Girls
  9. I'm The Man
10. Friday
11. Don't Wanna Be Like That
12. The Harder They Come
13. Enough Is Not Enough
14. Beat Crazy
15. One To One
16. Biology
17. Someone Up There
18. Jumpin' Jive
19. Real Men
20. A Slow Song




  1. Another World
  2. Steppin' Out
  3. Breaking Us In Two
  4. Memphis
  5. You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)
  6. Happy Ending
  7. Be My Number Two
  8. Right And Wrong
  9. Home Town
10. Precious Time
11. Down To London
12. Me And You (Against The World)
13. Rant And Rave
14. Nineteen Forever
15. Obvious Song
16. Stranger Than Fiction
17. The Man Who Wrote Danny Boy
18. Stranger Than You

Aretha Franklin / Duane Allman / Jerry Garcia / King Curtis
Mark does a version of the Garcia classic "Sugaree" where he slips the King Curtis song "Soul Serenade" into the middle. A few points on this. 

1. Aretha Franklin has a stunning version of "Soul Serenade," on her debut album, I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You.
2. Duane Allman mixed "Soul Serenade" into "You Don't Love Me." This was released on Dreams as a tribute to the late King Curtis.
3. Of interest, Derek Trucks performs the song on the album by the same name
. 

I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You Queen of Soul
Box set
Dreams
Box set
   
For more "Sugaree" suggestions we a Grateful Dead songs page. The noted renditions of "Sugaree" below are completely different line-ups and arrangements and version is each is over the top. 
Garcia studio album with "Sugaree."
Garcia box-set of studio releases - All Good Things.
Don't Let Go After Midnight Dick's Picks, Vol. 3
   
Elvis Costello - I heard a version of Mark play "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding" where he threw "The Other One" in the middle. Very cool indeed.   

Mentioned in the review of Walk Through the Fire, Mark does a version of Gram Parson's song "She." Elvis Costello is a big Gram Parsons fan and his album Almost Blue is a record in the tradition of Gram Parsons. 

Armed Forces The Very Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions The Best of Elvis Costello: The First 10 Years
   
Almost Blue Almost Blue Expanded
2 discs
The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions
   
Gram Parsons - Mark does a great version of Gram's song "She." See some comments within the Walk Through the Fire review.

Emmylou Harris, who sings on Gram's version from his debut solo album, also includes her own version on Luxury Liner.

Visit our Gram Parsons section.

G.P./Grievous Angel The Complete Reprise Sessions Return Of The Grievous Angel: A Tribute To Gram Parsons
   
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Mark Karan links and references

Walk Through the Fire Official site about Mark Karan's debut album, Walk Through the Fire
The Long Road Home An interview by Blair Jackson on the Grateful Dead website.
Mark Karan Mark Karan's official website
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