Curtis Clark With Merlene Holsey - Deep Sea Diver album flac
- Album: Deep Sea Diver
- FLAC: 1901 mb | MP3: 1206 mb
- Released: 1985
- Rating: 4.6/5
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|A1||Rainbow Over Harlem||2:10|
|A3||Deep Sea Diver||7:08|
|A4||Farewell Gentle Spirit (For Rev. Frank J. Harper)||1:47|
|B1||Broken Mirror Reflections||7:07|
|B3||Rainbow Over Harlem||2:52|
- Piano – Curtis Clark
- Vocals – Merlene Holsey (tracks: B1)
NotesRecorded March 1985
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Profile: American jazz pianist, born 23 April 1950 in Chicago, USA. In Groups: Billy Bang Quintet, Billy Bang Sextet, Curtis Clark 5tet, Curtis Clark Quintet, Curtis Clark Trio, . Tans + Rockets, Marine Intrusion, Richard Davis Quartet, Sean Bergin's Quintet, Smoke (4), Tristan Honsinger Sextett. Variations: Viewing All Curtis Clark.
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Curtis Clark was born in Chicago in 1950, moved and spent his student years in Los Angeles where he started composing and playing the piano. After Curtis graduated in music theory and composition from the renowned Californian Institute of Arts in Valencia, Curtis set out for New York. There he began working and recording with Angeleno David Murray. Influenced by Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane, Curtis has become a fascinating pianist whose passionate style ha. riginal source Last.
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Curtis Clark (born 23 April 1950) is a jazz pianist from Chicago, United States. Clark was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1950, but moved to Los Angeles where he spent his student years and started composing and playing the piano. After Clark graduated in music theory and composition from the California Institute of Arts in Valencia, he set out for New York City. There he began working and recording with David Murray.