Stanley Clarke

Stanley Clarke

Stanley Clarke is an acclaimed virtuoso US jazz and funk bass player, active since the '60s.

During the '70s he was a member of the fusion band, Return to Forever, before recording his landmark solo albums. He released his debut album, "Children of Forever" in 1973, followed by: "Stanley Clarke" (1974), "Journey to Love" (1975), "School Days" (1976), "Modern Man" (1978), "Rocks, Pebbles and Sand" (1980), "Time Exposure" (1984), "If This Bass Could Only Talk" (1988), "East River Drive" (1993), "The Rite of Strings" (1995), "At the Movies" (1995), "The Toys of Men" (2007), "Jazz in the Garden" (2009), plus 2010's: "The Stanley Clarke Band".

Other collaborations, aside from Chick Corea, include Stewart Copeland (Animal Logic), Jeff Beck, Billy Cobham, Al Di-Meola, SMV (with Marcus Miller and Victor Wooten) and numerous jazz and rock luminaries.

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