Discography

The Ogún Meji Duo creates a musical dialogue focused on the 50 years between the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (April 4, 1968) and murder of the unarmed 22 year-old father, Stephon Clark (March 18, 2018).

Tribute to our musical Ancestors (CFG00201801)

Recorded live at Art of Republic during the opening concert of the historic Holler: 31 Days of Black Art presentation

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Recorded live at the Short North Stage and supported by the Johnstone Fund for New Music

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Mark Lomax Trio featuring pianist Dr. William Menefield and Edwin Bayard on tenor saxophone. The composition is inspired by the LeRoi Jones book.

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Sophmore release by the Duo representing a more in depth exploration of the format

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Requiem for the great Elvin Jones

Improvised solos based on current events (2015)

Improvised solos based on current events (2015)

Improvised explorations of the solo format

Trio plays Negro Spirituals Live! Click image for more details

Trio plays Negro Spirituals Live! Click image for more details

Mark Lomax Trio featuring pianist Dr. William Menefield and bassist Dean Hulett in explorations of Negro Spirituals

Lomax/Bayard Duo
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Lomax/Bayard Duo Click on image for more info!

The Ogún Meji Duos first recording and freedom manifesto

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Dr. Lomax's first solo exploration comprised of compositions and improvisations

Isis & Osiris (IR-1007)
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Isis & Osiris (IR-1007) Click image for more info!

The Mark Lomax Trio featuring Edwin Bayard and Dean Hulett perform a ballet derived from the epic Ausarian narrative.

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The Mark Lomax Quartet exploring Negro Spirituals

MLQ Live at the Thompson House 
Bayard, Menefield, Hulett & Lomax

MLQ Live at the Thompson House Bayard, Menefield, Hulett & Lomax

The Mark Lomax Quartet playing original compositions live at the Thompson House in Newport, KY.

The State of Black America (IR-1005)
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The Mark Lomax Trio featuring Edwin Bayard and Dean Hulett perform a suite that artistically defines the problem while pointing the way forward.

Lift Every Voice! (BMR2004)
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The Mark Lomax Trio featuring Dr. William Menefield and Dean Hulett  play arrangements of Negro Spirituals and originals

The Mark Lomax Sektet: Tales Of The Black Experience (2001)

The Mark Lomax Sektet: Tales Of The Black Experience (2001)

Lomax's first recording and his first commissioned work, a 10 movement suite for sextet.

Other Albums

Ensemble: Blacklisted

Album: Blacklisted (BMR001999)

Engineer: Gussie Miller
Producer: Mark Lomax, II

Ansyn Banks (tp), Stephen Lomax (as), Edwin Bayard (ts), Chris Haney (bs), Steve “Paco” Grier (perc), Mark Lomax, II (d)

June 1998

Tracks:

Blacklisted (M. Lomax)
The Hell I Call Home (S. Lomax)
Scotticus & Vernellis (M. Lomax)
Rapture (M. Lomax)
Peace 2 U (S. Lomax)

Ensemble: Mark Lomax Quintet

Album: Live At The 501 (BMR002002)

Engineer/Producer: Mark Lomax, II

Ansyn Banks (tp), Stephen Lomax (as/ts), Hamilton Hardin (p), Manny Quintero (bs), Mark Lomax, II (d)

October 2002

Tracks:

Straight No Chaser (Monk)
Untitled (M. Lomax)
The Inner Circle (M. Lomax)
C Jam Blues (Ellington)

Ensemble: Lomax Virtual Ensemble

Album: Christmas Time Is Here (CFG002010)

Engineer/Producer: Mark Lomax, II

Mark Lomax, II (all instruments & arrangements)

October-November 2010

Tracks:

Christmas Time Is Here (Mendelson/Guaraldi)
Silent Night (traditional)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (traditional)
What Child Is This (traditional)
We Three Kings of Orient Are (traditional)
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Martin)
The First Noel (traditional)
Hark The Herald Angels Sing (Wesley)
Away In The Manger (traditional)
Go Tell It On The Mountain (traditional)

Ensemble: Lomax Virtual Ensemble

Album: Love Is (CFG002013)

Engineer/Producer: Mark Lomax, II

Talisha Holms (vc), Janeen Holmes (vc), Jonathon Hoard(vc), Hamilton Hardin (ts, p), Kevin Turner (g), T. Michael Branner (f), Mark Gonzales (g), William Menefield- (p),  Mark Lomax all other production

Summer 2012

Tracks:

Beautiful Ones (M. Lomax)
Amirah (M. Lomax)
Be Happy (Blige/Delvalle)
Isis  (M. Lomax)
Mystery Dance (Lomax/Thangevelu)
Your Song (E. John)
Lailah (M. Lomax)
Song 4 Her (M. Lomax)
Lady In My Life (Temperton)
Libra (M. Lomax)

Ensemble: Lomax Virtual Ensemble

Album: On The B Side (CFG00201510)

Engineer/Producer: Mark Lomax, II

Mark Lomax, II (all instruments & arrangements)

September 2015

Tracks:

Butterfly's Groove (M. Lomax)
Rain (Pastorius/Morgan)
Ravel's Revel (M. Lomax)
Thinking Of You  (M. Lomax)
Funk You (M. Lomax)
Let's Live His Dream (M. Lomax)
The Song Of Us (M. Lomax)
Nguzo Saba (M. Lomax)
4U (M. Lomax)
Earth Song (M. Lomax)




 

Recordings As a Sideman

Album: Acknowledgement

Ensemble: Bowl & Buns & Friends

Eddie Bayard (ts), Charles 'Buns' Wilson (p), Brandon Meeks (bs), Mark Lomax, II (d)

2008

Album: Celebrating The Human Spirit

Ensemble: Eddie Brookshire Quintet

Gary Onady (tp), Jack Novtny (f, as, ts), Kenny Drew Jr. (p), Eddie Brookshire (bs), Mark Lomax, II (d)

2007

Album: Live At The Hyatt

Ensemble: Bowl & Buns & Friends

John White (g), Eddie Bayard (ts), Charles 'Buns' Wilson (p), Brandon Meeks (bs), Mark Lomax, II (d)

2006

Album: Tribute To John Coltrane

Ensemble: Azar Lawrence & The Eddie Bayard Quartet

Azar Lawrence (ts), Eddie Bayard (ts), William Menefield (p), Dean Hulett (bs), Mark Lomax, II (d)

2005