w/ The Stanley Clarke Band -School Days (2017) . w/ The Stanley Clarke Band – No Mystery (2015) . w/ Beka Gochiashvili | Tbilisi Jazz Festival (2014) . w/ George Duke – Funny how time flies (2013) . w/ Al Di Meola & Jean Luc Ponty – Song To John . w/ Friends – School Days (2002) . w/ Lenny White – Documentary (1999) . w/ Gregory Hines – Tap Dance (1993) . Live In Los Angeles (1987) . w/ Animal Logic – As Soon As The Sun Goes Down . w/ George Duke – School Days (1981) . Hot Fun (1977) . w/ Return To Forever – Space Circus .
 Armand Sabal-Lecco from Cameroon will bring more bass to the Stanley Clarke‘s concert at Newport Jazz Festival >> 57 MINUTES on RVM
 we have a bass duo with Stanley Clarke, Larry Graham and drummer Perry Wilson at Live Under The Sky festival in Tokyo, Japan >> 11 MINUTES >>
 Stanley Clarke and his band perform at Anthology at the south end of the Little Italy neighborhood in San Diego California. >> 10 MINUTES on RVM >>
 the Stanley Clarke Band – that is Stanley Clarke (b), John Beasley (p & kb), Ronald Bruner Jr.(d), Zach Brock (viol) and Nick Smith (el p) – is at Telluride Jazz Festival in Colorado >> 79 MINUTES on RVM
 the Stanley Clarke Band – that is Stanley Clarke (b), Mahesh Balasooriya (kb), Michael Mitchell (d) and Kamasi Washington (s) – will be at Rio das Ostras Jazz and Blues Festival in Brazil >> 79 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Stanley Clarke, Jean-Luc Ponty, Daniel Humair and Biréli Lagrène share the stage at Théâtre du Chatelêt in Paris >> 34 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Philadelphia drummer Gerry Brown and band are at Jazz Club Hannover in Germany. Beware, Stanley Clarke is in town and he may drop by since he and Gerry are old time friends and colleagues. >> 11 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Gayle Moran, Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Marcus Gilmore plus flutist Hubert Laws sitting in perform at The Catalina Club in Hollywood, CA >> 51 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (June 30, 1951), in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is born Stanley Clarke, an American jazz musician and composer known for his innovative work on both double and electric bass.
Stanley Clarke : Exploding into the jazz world in 1971, Stanley was a lanky teenager from the Philadelphia Academy of Music. He arrived in New York City and immediately landed jobs with famous bandleaders such as: Horace Silver, Art Blakey, ….and a budding young pianist composer named Chick Corea.
@allmusic : A brilliant player on both acoustic and electric basses, Clarke has spent much of his career outside of jazz, although he has the ability to play jazz with the very best.
@last.fm : His most famous album is School Days (1976), which along with Jaco Pastorius’s self-titled debut is held up as one of the greatest bass albums in the history of Jazz Fusion