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Stanley Clarke The Definitive Collection 2 CD

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1 Stanley Clarke The Definitive Collection 2 CD on Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:55 am




CD 2 has  Grand Prix track, track 2 , from Fuse One Group 1980.
which is Great to have within this Collection.
track 6 CD 2 has Carlos Santana on Guitar Solo
track 1 CD2 features the late and great Louis Johnson on 2nd bass
track 15 CD2 starts with Dennis Chambers on Drums
track 2 and 3 CD1 has David Sancious on Electric Guitar

Track 4 CD2 1981 Wild Dog track with George Duke
at last in 24bit,


Disc: 1
 1. Journey to Love
 2. Concerto for Jazz / Rock Orchestra, Part I
 3. Concerto for Jazz / Rock Orchestra, Part II
 4. Silly Putty
 5. School Days
 6. The Dancer
 7. Hot Fun
 8. More Hot Fun
 9. Modern Man
 10. Rock 'n' Roll Jelly
 11. I Wanna Play for You
 12. Together Again
 13. Jamaican Boy
 14. Danger Street
 15. All Hell Broke Loose
 16. Rocks, Pebbles and Sand



Disc: 2
 1. We Supply
 2. Grand Prix - FUSE ONE
 3. Never Judge a Cover By It's Book - THE CLARKE / DUKE PROJECT
 4. Wild Dog - THE CLARKE / DUKE PROJECT
 5. Sweet Baby - THE CLARKE / DUKE PROJECT
 6. Straight to the Top
 7. Heroes - THE CLARKE / DUKE PROJECT
 8. Heaven Sent You
 9. Time Exposure
 10. What If I Should Fall in Love - THE STANLEY CLARKE BAND
 11. Find Out - THE STANLEY CLARKE BAND
 12. Hideaway
 13. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
 14. I Want to Play for Ya
 15. Mothership Connection - THE CLARKE / DUKE PROJECT
 16. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun)


a UK  2 CD by Epic -Sony UK / Robinsongs
the booklet has Charles Waring talking to Stanley.


10 Outta 10 Collection.


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These are all great tracks
but my favorite Stanley
was the first one, with
Tony and Jan Hammer.

https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Clarke/dp/B0081OCD34/ref=sr_1_3?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1502478159&sr=1-3-mp3-albums-bar-strip-0&keywords=stanley+clarke

Incidentally, Tony said
that he hated it. He did
not even want to talk
about it. I thought it
was over the top great.

Go figure.

Regards,


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Admin (Pete) wrote:These are all great tracks
but my favorite Stanley
was the first one, with
Tony and Jan Hammer.

https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Clarke/dp/B0081OCD34/ref=sr_1_3?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1502478159&sr=1-3-mp3-albums-bar-strip-0&keywords=stanley+clarke

Incidentally, Tony said
that he hated it. He did
not even want to talk
about it.
I thought it
was over the top great.




Go figure.

Regards,



Sure it was New Fusion led  by Stanley Clarke
strange for Tony , what he was used to , I assume.
Steve Gadd   was on the next one  1975
Amazing tight kit
Speed drumming

David Sancious - Electric Guitar, Utter Bliss

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The Journey to Love album
was interesting. You could
tell that Steve was NOT
playing on HIS entire kit.

It was his snare and cymbals
but that was it. The toms
were the studio's. This was
often the case for many
of the sessions he did. He
was doing so many... Too
many. He would not bring
his drums to every session.

When you listen to this album
in particular, you could tell
that it was very spontaneously
responded to by Steve and
the songs he was on were
different projects really.

Take 'Silly Putty', for instance,
with George. Killer!

Very cool album! Glad you
are bringing me back to it!

Regards,


chart with .


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Admin (Pete) wrote:The Journey to Love album
was interesting. You could
tell that Steve was NOT
playing on HIS entire kit.

It was his snare and cymbals
but that was it. The toms
were the studio's. This was
often the case for many
of the sessions he did. He
was doing so many... Too
many. He would not bring
his drums to every session.

When you listen to this album
in particular, you could tell
that it was very spontaneously
responded to by Steve and
the songs he was on were
different projects really.

Take 'Silly Putty', for instance,
with George. Killer!

Very cool album! Glad you
are bringing me back to it!

Regards,


chart with .


Yes thats why its special
Fast Rudiments small kit
Magic from George Duke :  Late /Great Piano and Moog top player.
Love David   on Fuzz pedal Electric guitar
He was  on BBC Old Grey Whistle Test  with his band TONE
I have tried for years to ask for a DVD specials
Fusion at the BBC
but its hard to sort rights
I need Dave Rubinson (Former CBS Lead Producer) to Fly into London
and set up the Rare performances onto a Worldwide BBC  play DVD 5.1


Pete
many say I ask too much...................
but its for all the Fans that lived through those Special 1970's years


Its when Direct disk LP's started in Japan  and USA
Digital Recordings 1978/1979.
UP a Level ,Bliss
pre CD


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