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An Amazing Musical Legacy. Mark Free burst onto the scene as a young rock singer in King Kobra. The sales and fame richly deserved may not have followed, but this fine singer has made a huge impact on our melodic rock community with each release seemingly another classic.

Signal, Unruly Child and the Long Way From Love solo album are all albums that have attained a cult following and are highly regarded as staples of classic melodic rock and AOR music. But it all ended too soon. We were left with the music, but longed for more when Mark Free made the ultimate life altering decision to undergo sex change surgery. It happens everyday in the world around us, but is almost unheard of in the world of rock music. Not only that, but making many unreleased demos available so us fans can at least hear some new music.

Marcie has never done a feature interview and I'm very proud to feature this in depth chat about her musical career, her life as it was and as it is now and possibilities for the future. Many thanks to Marcie for talking openly and answering the questions put to her honestly.

I guess the very best place to start is right back at the beginning, as you have had a wonderful career that has produced some real landmark releases as far as the world of melodic rock goes. Beginning with King Kobra - not too many artists achieve success on their first outing and even though you spent some time working before hand, you must have felt somewhat blessed to be on your way from the outset?

First of all let me say how much I have appreciated all of your wonderful friendship and support all these years. It is a pleasure to speak with you once again.

Yes, King Kobra was my first big break. I felt nervous and excited all at the same time. I was very grateful for the opportunity. I wouldn't really say that selling 50, records the first time out was all that much of a success though, but it was a start. Two albums were recorded - both with a different flair.

Do you have a preference for either release? Which album has withstood the test of time the best? I really do not have a preference for either that much. It is kind of painful for me to listen to some of that stuff now as it was my first time making a record.

But my heart is much more into some of the Thrill of A Lifetime stuff as I had more of a hand in the writing and felt like I was starting to get more control over some of the production.

Thrill Of A Lifetime is still heralded as one of those cult classics - why the change of style for that album? The first album was deemed a failure judging by the small sales figures, and by radio, record company, and MTV standards. Having a guaranteed two record deal up front, we were desperate to get on radio as we knew we only had one more shot before the company could opt to drop us.

Carmine called on his long time friend Duane Hitchings to help us craft a more radio friendly sound. So that's what we did. I don't think the band has ever received credit for it, but you were one of the very first rock bands ever to use rap-delivery in part of a song - Home Street Home being the track in question.

What was the story behind that track? Carmine kept trying to make a big deal of that in the press but it always fell on deaf ears. Mick wrote the song while living in a very small one room apartment on a busy street in Hollywood at the time. He would see quite a lot of homeless people walking the streets.

Rap isn't one of my forte's. The track was featured in the movie of the same name - what is the story behind this track - was it written for the movie especially or customized around the needs for the movie? Together they had an opportunity to write a song for a new movie that was being made called, "Iron Eagle".

The movie people had secured a soundtrack album deal with Capitol records. The decision was made to do it and it went on our album as well as the soundtrack album. Making the video with Lou Gossett Jr.

Did it bring the band some good publicity and attention? I must admit, it's where my love affair with your music began - the Iron Eagle soundtrack!!! Yes, it did get more airplay than any of our other songs as a result of the movie and the soundtrack album. Either way, it seems the band couldn't capitalize on this as the KK line-up disbanded without recording anything further. What happened at this stage in your career?

The business arrangement between Carmine and the rest of us as set up in the beginning by his manager and their lawyers was inequitable at best. As a result it left very little incentive to remain with the band if it was not going to be a huge success. And it became apparent after the second album tour was over and Capitol had dropped us that it wasn't. Going on the road and touring was very grueling. Once Johnny left for the money W.

With no money in my bank account and after two years of touring and no record deal my heart just wasn't in it any longer. I guess the very next thing was the Black Roses soundtrack, How did you get involved in this? Alex Woltman was an apprentice recording engineer at Pasha Studios at the time King Kobra recorded our first album.

He had a friend named Elliot Soloman whose father was producing a new monster movie called Black Roses. They had written some material and wanted to hire me to sing four of the songs. It was the summer of Alex was still working at Pasha, and I was working as a driver for a courier service to survive between gigs.

I've never seen another dime since. We are right smack in the middle of the Mark Free golden era if you can forgive the self appointed terminology! Signal was hard to form. It evolved over a two to three year period between late and It was originally called The Fugitive Kind.

He got the idea when he went into his bathroom one day and saw the bottle of mouthwash on the back of his toilet. I had tried for years to get everyone in the band to agree on a name. I had come up with literally hundreds of names.

In fact the name Unruly Child was one of them. They didn't like any of them, so after two weeks in the studio and still no name, we had to basically settle for the name Signal which I hated, but hoped it might help influence our rapidly sinking support at the label. Kevin Elson produced the album - I love his stuff to death - what influence did he have over the material? I love Kevin Elson very much and his work as well. I felt honored to work with him for his accomplishments with one of my all time favorite singers Steve Perry.

But you would be surprised to learn he actually influenced the material on this album very little. Not to say he didn't have some interesting ideas in the studio, a few of which I believe we ended up using. But Erik Scott had very meticulously pre-produced much of the material before we went into the studio. Kevin brought his pristine mixing and engineering skills to the table which added a lot of sheen to the overall presentation. The writing credits for this album are very diverse, it seemed to be the first time you wrote with people outside a band itself and generally speaking, you were not involved in much of the songwriting here.

As it was basically a vehicle for Mark Baker's writing, and he was writing such good songs, I felt like "go Mark go". Once Danny came into the band near the end of the process, he and I started writing together. If the band would've survived another few years I feel that he and I would've been able to write some pretty cool things. This also marks I believe the beginning of writing relationship with Mark Baker. How did you and Mark hook up? Mark and I had tried to write together a few times.

Mark had very specific ideas that were hard for him to let go of at times which kind of butted heads with mine. I always felt inferior to him and his ideas. It wasn't the best of chemistry. I believe that "My Mistake" was the only song the label may have suggested. He and I were paired up to write together by E. I loved the song and brought the song to our manager at the time who also fell in love with it.

And Eric Martin guested on the marvelous My Mistake. How did that come to pass, as he wasn't that big a name himself at that time. Yes, but I knew of him and thought very highly of his talents. I had actually met him at a Capitol records party in while I was in King Kobra. He lived in the San Francisco bay area where we recorded the Signal album. Eric was managed by Herbie Herbert who also managed Journey, hence the connection with our producer Kevin Elson. Doing the song this way having Eric answer me during the chorus was one of those great ideas I told you about that Kevin came up with.

It worked well I thought. Eric is one of the worlds truly great singers and a wonderful person. Oh let me see would I be too egotistical to say I love them all?

The ones you mentioned would also be high on my list that are close to my heart. Yes, I will get to that track shortly!

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An Amazing Musical Legacy. Mark Free burst onto the scene as a young rock singer in King Kobra. The sales and fame richly deserved may not have followed, but this fine singer has made a huge impact on our melodic rock community with each release seemingly another classic. Signal, Unruly Child and the Long Way From Love solo album are all albums that have attained a cult following and are highly regarded as staples of classic melodic rock and AOR music.

But it all ended too soon. We were left with the music, but longed for more when Mark Free made the ultimate life altering decision to undergo sex change surgery. It happens everyday in the world around us, but is almost unheard of in the world of rock music.

Not only that, but making many unreleased demos available so us fans can at least hear some new music. Marcie has never done a feature interview and I'm very proud to feature this in depth chat about her musical career, her life as it was and as it is now and possibilities for the future.

Many thanks to Marcie for talking openly and answering the questions put to her honestly. I guess the very best place to start is right back at the beginning, as you have had a wonderful career that has produced some real landmark releases as far as the world of melodic rock goes.

Beginning with King Kobra - not too many artists achieve success on their first outing and even though you spent some time working before hand, you must have felt somewhat blessed to be on your way from the outset? First of all let me say how much I have appreciated all of your wonderful friendship and support all these years. It is a pleasure to speak with you once again. Yes, King Kobra was my first big break. I felt nervous and excited all at the same time.

I was very grateful for the opportunity. I wouldn't really say that selling 50, records the first time out was all that much of a success though, but it was a start. Two albums were recorded - both with a different flair. Do you have a preference for either release? Which album has withstood the test of time the best? I really do not have a preference for either that much. It is kind of painful for me to listen to some of that stuff now as it was my first time making a record. But my heart is much more into some of the Thrill of A Lifetime stuff as I had more of a hand in the writing and felt like I was starting to get more control over some of the production.

Thrill Of A Lifetime is still heralded as one of those cult classics - why the change of style for that album? The first album was deemed a failure judging by the small sales figures, and by radio, record company, and MTV standards.

Having a guaranteed two record deal up front, we were desperate to get on radio as we knew we only had one more shot before the company could opt to drop us. Carmine called on his long time friend Duane Hitchings to help us craft a more radio friendly sound.

So that's what we did. I don't think the band has ever received credit for it, but you were one of the very first rock bands ever to use rap-delivery in part of a song - Home Street Home being the track in question.

What was the story behind that track? Carmine kept trying to make a big deal of that in the press but it always fell on deaf ears. Mick wrote the song while living in a very small one room apartment on a busy street in Hollywood at the time.

He would see quite a lot of homeless people walking the streets. Rap isn't one of my forte's. The track was featured in the movie of the same name - what is the story behind this track - was it written for the movie especially or customized around the needs for the movie? Together they had an opportunity to write a song for a new movie that was being made called, "Iron Eagle". The movie people had secured a soundtrack album deal with Capitol records. The decision was made to do it and it went on our album as well as the soundtrack album.

Making the video with Lou Gossett Jr. Did it bring the band some good publicity and attention? I must admit, it's where my love affair with your music began - the Iron Eagle soundtrack!!! Yes, it did get more airplay than any of our other songs as a result of the movie and the soundtrack album. Either way, it seems the band couldn't capitalize on this as the KK line-up disbanded without recording anything further.

What happened at this stage in your career? The business arrangement between Carmine and the rest of us as set up in the beginning by his manager and their lawyers was inequitable at best.

As a result it left very little incentive to remain with the band if it was not going to be a huge success. And it became apparent after the second album tour was over and Capitol had dropped us that it wasn't. Going on the road and touring was very grueling. Once Johnny left for the money W. With no money in my bank account and after two years of touring and no record deal my heart just wasn't in it any longer.

I guess the very next thing was the Black Roses soundtrack, How did you get involved in this? Alex Woltman was an apprentice recording engineer at Pasha Studios at the time King Kobra recorded our first album.

He had a friend named Elliot Soloman whose father was producing a new monster movie called Black Roses. They had written some material and wanted to hire me to sing four of the songs. It was the summer of Alex was still working at Pasha, and I was working as a driver for a courier service to survive between gigs.

I've never seen another dime since. We are right smack in the middle of the Mark Free golden era if you can forgive the self appointed terminology! Signal was hard to form. It evolved over a two to three year period between late and It was originally called The Fugitive Kind. He got the idea when he went into his bathroom one day and saw the bottle of mouthwash on the back of his toilet.

I had tried for years to get everyone in the band to agree on a name. I had come up with literally hundreds of names. In fact the name Unruly Child was one of them. They didn't like any of them, so after two weeks in the studio and still no name, we had to basically settle for the name Signal which I hated, but hoped it might help influence our rapidly sinking support at the label. Kevin Elson produced the album - I love his stuff to death - what influence did he have over the material?

I love Kevin Elson very much and his work as well. I felt honored to work with him for his accomplishments with one of my all time favorite singers Steve Perry. But you would be surprised to learn he actually influenced the material on this album very little. Not to say he didn't have some interesting ideas in the studio, a few of which I believe we ended up using.

But Erik Scott had very meticulously pre-produced much of the material before we went into the studio. Kevin brought his pristine mixing and engineering skills to the table which added a lot of sheen to the overall presentation.

The writing credits for this album are very diverse, it seemed to be the first time you wrote with people outside a band itself and generally speaking, you were not involved in much of the songwriting here.

As it was basically a vehicle for Mark Baker's writing, and he was writing such good songs, I felt like "go Mark go". Once Danny came into the band near the end of the process, he and I started writing together.

If the band would've survived another few years I feel that he and I would've been able to write some pretty cool things. This also marks I believe the beginning of writing relationship with Mark Baker. How did you and Mark hook up? Mark and I had tried to write together a few times. Mark had very specific ideas that were hard for him to let go of at times which kind of butted heads with mine. I always felt inferior to him and his ideas. It wasn't the best of chemistry. I believe that "My Mistake" was the only song the label may have suggested.

He and I were paired up to write together by E. I loved the song and brought the song to our manager at the time who also fell in love with it. And Eric Martin guested on the marvelous My Mistake.

How did that come to pass, as he wasn't that big a name himself at that time. Yes, but I knew of him and thought very highly of his talents. I had actually met him at a Capitol records party in while I was in King Kobra. He lived in the San Francisco bay area where we recorded the Signal album.

Eric was managed by Herbie Herbert who also managed Journey, hence the connection with our producer Kevin Elson. Doing the song this way having Eric answer me during the chorus was one of those great ideas I told you about that Kevin came up with. It worked well I thought. Eric is one of the worlds truly great singers and a wonderful person.

Oh let me see would I be too egotistical to say I love them all? The ones you mentioned would also be high on my list that are close to my heart. Yes, I will get to that track shortly!

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