Music

Mark Pogue

Restoration

by Mark Pogue & Fortress

Released 1991
Pakaderm / Word
Released 1991
Pakaderm / Word
Hard hitting and thought provoking melodic Rock-n-Roll.
NOTES
Credits
Lead Vocals & Guitars – Mark Pogue
Bass – Mark Robertson (6)
Drums – Dave Raven
Keyboards – John Schreiner*
Keyboards, Backing Vocals – John Elefante
Backing Vocals – Cheryl Meester, Sara Tennison
Saxophone [Sax] – Greg Vail
Engineer – Mike Mierau
Engineer [Assistant] – Jeff Simmons
Mastered By – Alan Yoshida
Mixed By [Assistant] – Doug Beiden
Photography – Curt Smith
Art Direction, Design – Terry DeGraff
Producer, Engineer – John Elefante
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Dino Elefante

“Mark Pogue & Fortress, Review of the album "Restoration" The zing on this CD, the flawless production...words cannot really convey my first impressions of this record...Mark has a real solid commercial/AOR voice, the kind you hear on the radio every day. But these songs! Listen...That's really all I can say. No watered down message here, this is the real McCoy! I'm truly beyond impressed. Best tracks include Who do I Believe, Get up, Family Man, Holy Man (great sax solo by Greg Vail). "Bride of Restoration" really hit home for me personally and I'm thankful for the outcome of the story. Want to know what happened? Buy the book...er record...and find out. Terrific debut for Mark Pogue, and another nail in the coffin of my Elefante objections. Great job!”
— J. Emerson H., White Throne.