Where Are You Going?


Where Are You Going? is a lyrical set of original songs + four traditional songs from Mark T.

Many of you will remember Mark as leader of The Brickbats an esoteric roots band from the eighties and early ninetees who released three influential albums of global music to critical acclaim in the arts and roots press.

With this collection Mark returns closer to home will a linked collection of songs which constantly move backwards and forwards in time between his teens in 1970's Hereford to today.

The folk, blues and world music influences are still there but have been woven into a seamless contemporary sound which defies easy classification but takes you to worlds you may have forgotten existed.


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Track Listing and MP3 Samples.

 Track Title

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Where are you going?


Apple town


Wild mountain thyme




River wye song




Closing my eyes


I wish I was in heaven sittin' down


I went back to apple town


Green brooms


Closer to the ground

12. Whiskey in the jar



Mark T. is an award winning musician, composer & musical director whose work incorporates Folk Music, Roots Chillout and Blues.

In the 1980's and 90's he released a series of ground breaking recordings both solo and in the company of The Brickbats .

Those recordings received critical acclaim across all areas of the music press and were widely regarded as significant in the development of roots music in England.

Today Mark T. divides his time between commissions, gigging, writing for publishers such as NorthStar Music and organising community music projects.

He has released seven CD's so far and appeared on a number of compilations as well as producing other artists.
'Where Are You Going' is his first release since he appeared on the European Compilation CD:
Celtic Feelings - Sony Europe - SMC 504602-2

Who played what:

Mark T.
Vocals, acoustic & national resophonic guitars, harmonica, organ, electric piano, synthesiser & synth strings, drums, samples, sound beam

Paul Critchfield
Bass, acoustic lead guitar at the end of 'Green Brooms'

Fran Wood
Vocals, percussion on 'Wish I was in Heaven Sittin' Down'

Dave Maggs
Celtic Harp on 'Wild Mountain Thyme'

Paul Hancock
Whistle on 'Wild Mountain Thyme'

Paul Midgley
Darabuka on 'Where Are You Going?'

Ricky Tanner
Acoustic e-bow guitar on 'Closing My Eyes'

Mysterious Bob
Conga & Bongos on 'Wish I was in Heaven Sittin' Down'