Heads Up publish ‘The Stanley Clarke Band’ recorded with Ruslan Sirota, Ronald Bruner, Jr. and Hiromi (2010)
‘The Stanley Clarke Band’ is an album recorded with Ruslan Sirota on keyboard, Ronald Bruner, Jr. on drums and Hiromi on piano and released on June 15, 2010 by Heads Up.
1 . Stanley Clarke (Live)
2 . Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (Central Park Summerstage, NYC 6-23-10)
3 . Bass Folk Song (Boston,MA 3/24/2011)
4 . Stanley Clarke Band (Rehearsal)
5 . The Stanley Clarke Band Featuring Hiromi (28.06.2010, Toronto Jazz Festival)
6 . The Stanley Clarke Band
Track Listing : 1.Soldier (Ruslan Sirota) – 07:07 . 2.Fulani (Armand Sabal-Lecco) – 06:29 . 3.Here’S Why Tears Dry (Stanley Clarke) – 04:52 . 4.I Wanna Play For You Too – (Felton C. Pilate Ii) – 04:13 . 5.Bass Folk Song No. 10 (Stanley Clarke) – 03:40 . 6.No Mystery – (Chick Corea) – 07:09 . 7.How Is The Weather Up There? – (Ronald Bruner, Jr., Clarke) – 05:54 . 8.Larry Has Traveled 11 Miles And Waited A Lifetime For The Return Of Vishnu’S Report (Stanley Clarke) – 06:32 . 9.Labyrinth – (Hiromi) – 05:56 . 10.Sonny Rollins (Stanley Clarke) – 08:49 . 11.Bass Folk Song No. 6 (Mo Anam Cara) (Stanley Clarke) – 02:41
Musicians : Stanley Clarke – Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass, Producer, Vocals . Ronald Bruner, Jr. – Drums . Ruslan Sirota – Piano, Keyboards . Hiromi – Piano . Rob Bacon – Guitar . Charles Altura – Guitar . Bob Sheppard – Saxophone . Natasha Agrama – Vocals . Cheryl Bentyne – Vocals . Chris Clarke – Drum Programming . Lorenzo Dunn – Bass Synthesizer . John Papenbrook – Trumpet . Ilsey Juber – Vocals . Andrew Lippman – Trombone . Felton C. Pilate Ii – Keyboards . Armand Sabal-Lecco – Bass . Doug Webb – Saxophone
Production : Produced By Lenny White, Gerry “The Gov” Brown . Gerry “The Gov” Brown – Engineer . Dennis Mackay – Engineer . Jonathan Hakakian – Engineer . Simon Kumar – Assistant Engineer . Eddy Schreyer – Mastering
Package : Steve Parke – Package Design, Photos Of Stanley Clarke . Mike Lanfear – Band Photo . Natasha Agrama – Art Direction
Recorded In 2010.
Released On June 15, 2010 By Heads Up.
(Source Stanley Clarke – The Stanley Clarke Band | The Official Website of Stanley Clarke)
Clarke states: “This is the last electric album I’m going to do for awhile. The legacy of this release is that I’m providing lots of material and homework for a new generation of bassists to catch up with. I’ve worked hard to give the bass a distinctive voiceand I feel so excited about where it’s going.” Yes, Stanley, you’ve given us plenty to work with. Thank you! […]
All About Jazz
There’s a sense of closure from The Stanley Clarke Band and it’s quite deliberate. Clarke says he’s done with making electric albums for a while. Aged 59, Clarke has considerable and deserved pride in what he’s accomplished […]
The Stanley Clarke Band might come as a shock to the system for those who grew up listening to smooth jazz, but the album will prove to be a needed jolt for those old school fusion lovers. Recommended. […]
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