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Stanley Clarke

Stanley Clarke
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Stanley Clarke (born June 30, 1951) is an American jazz musician and composer known for his innovative and influential work on double bass and electric bass as well as for his numerous film and television scores. He is best known for his work with the fusion band Return to Forever, and his role as a bandleader in various trios and ensembles.
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http://stanleyclarke.com
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Releases on file (29)
Chick Corea — The Vigil Chick Corea — The Vigil
(Concord Jazz CJA-34578-02, 2013, CD)
Return to Forever — The Mothership Returns Return to Forever — The Mothership Returns
(Eagle Records ER202572, 2012, 2CD)
Stanley Clarke — The Stanley Clarke Band Stanley Clarke — The Stanley Clarke Band
(Heads Up HUCD 3161, 2010, CD)
Return to Forever — Returns Return to Forever — Returns
(Eagle Records ER 20149-2, 2009, 2CD)
S.M.V. — Thunder S.M.V. — Thunder
(Heads Up HUCD3163, 2008, CD)
Lenny White — Present Tense Lenny White — Present Tense
(Hip Bop HIBD 8004, 1995, CD)
Stanley Clarke — If This Bass Could Only Talk Stanley Clarke — If This Bass Could Only Talk
(Portrait R 40923, 1988, LP)
Curt Cress — Sing Curt Cress — Sing
(WEA 242 199-1, 1987, LP)
Stanley Clarke — Hideaway Stanley Clarke — Hideaway
(Epic EK 40275, 1986, CD)
L Subramaniam — Spanish Wave L Subramaniam — Spanish Wave
(Milestone MCD-9114, 1983/1991, CD)
Stanley Clarke — Rocks, Pebbles and Sand Stanley Clarke — Rocks, Pebbles and Sand
(Epic EK 36506, 1980/1991, CD)
Stanley Clarke — I Wanna Play for You Stanley Clarke — I Wanna Play for You
(Epic EK 64295, 1979/1994, CD)
Return to Forever — Live: The Complete Concert Return to Forever — Live: The Complete Concert
(Columbia C2K 47479, 1978/1992, 2CD)
Stanley Clarke — Modern Man Stanley Clarke — Modern Man
(Nemperor ZK 35303, 1978/1986, CD)
Return to Forever — Musicmagic Return to Forever — Musicmagic
(Columbia CK 34682, 1977/1997, CD)
Al Di Meola — Land of the Midnight Sun Al Di Meola — Land of the Midnight Sun
(Columbia CK 34074, 1976/1987, CD)
Return to Forever — Romantic Warrior Return to Forever — Romantic Warrior
(Columbia PC 34076, 1976, LP)
Stanley Clarke — School Days Stanley Clarke — School Days
(Epic EK 36975, 1976/2005, CD)
Return to Forever — Electric Lady Studio, NYC, June 1975 Return to Forever — Electric Lady Studio, NYC, June 1975
(Hi Hat HHCD003, 1975/2015, CD)
Stanley Clarke — Journey to Love Stanley Clarke — Journey to Love
(Epic EK 36974, 1975/2005, CD)
Return to Forever — No Mystery Return to Forever — No Mystery
(Polydor PD 6512, 1975, LP)
Stanley Clarke — Stanley Clarke Stanley Clarke — Stanley Clarke
(Epic EK 36973, 1974/1989, CD)
Return to Forever Featuring Chick Corea — Where Have I Known You Before Return to Forever Featuring Chick Corea — Where Have I Known You Before
(Polydor UCCU-5371, 1974/2005, CD)
Stan Clarke — Children of Forever Stan Clarke — Children of Forever
(Verve B0009788-02, 1973/2007, CD)
Return to Forever Featuring Chick Corea — Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy Return to Forever Featuring Chick Corea — Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy
(Polydor 825 336-1, 1973, LP)
Chick Corea / Return to Forever — Light as a Feather Chick Corea / Return to Forever — Light as a Feather
(Polydor PD-5525, 1973, LP)
Return to Forever Featuring Chick Corea — Return to the Seventh Galaxy - The Anthology Return to Forever Featuring Chick Corea — Return to the Seventh Galaxy - The Anthology
(Verve 533 108-2, 1973/1996, 2CD)
Airto — Free Airto — Free
(CBS ZK 40927, 1972/1988, CD)
Chick Corea — Return to Forever Chick Corea — Return to Forever
(ECM ECM 1022, 1972/1999, CD)

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