Mark Shreeve

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Mark Shreeve is an electronic music composer. After initially releasing his early work on cassette through the Mirage label he went on to sign for the newly formed Jive Electro in the early eighties[1] and released the albums Assassin, Legion and Crash Head.[2] His last solo album to date, Nocturne, was released in 1995 though a live CD, Collide, was released in 1996 featuring Mark's live performance at EMMA in 1994.

Mark has also composed the score for several feature films, recorded a number of library music CDs and achieved success as a songwriter most notably for Samantha Fox during the eighties. Mark has also worked with Chris Franke of Tangerine Dream and has had some technical association with world-class producer and modular synthesiser enthusiast/expert Ed Buller.

In 1996 Mark formed the group Redshift with his brother Julian Shreeve, James Goddard and Rob Jenkins. The group have recorded nine albums to date and played live in the UK and Europe including a concert at Jodrell Bank Observatory.

Selected Solo Discography[edit]

  • Embryo (1980)
  • Ursa Major (1980)
  • Thoughts Of War (1981)
  • Fire Music (1981)
  • Phantom (1981)
  • Assassin (1984)
  • Legion (1985)
  • Crash Head (1988)
  • Oracle (1989)
  • Riding the Edge (1989)
  • Energy Fountain (1990)
  • Powerhouse (1991)
  • Pulsar (1991)
  • Nocturne (1995)
  • Collide (Live at EMMA) (1996)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [Advertisement]. Billboard. 97.4 (26 Jan 1985): UK-5.
  2. ^ Gregory, Andy, ed. International Who's Who in Popular Music, vol. 4. London, UK: Europa, 2002. 466.

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