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Get the Stanley Clarke Setlist of the concert at Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland on July 24, 1977 and other Stanley Clarke Setlists for free on setlist. Stanley Clarke Montreux Jazz Festival 1977 - Jul 24, 1977 Jul 24 1977. Stanley Clarke Golden Summernight Festival 1977 - Aug 10, 1977 Aug 10 1977. Stanley Clarke Golden Summernight Festival 1977 - Aug 14, 1977 Aug 14 1977. Last updated: 4 Jul 2019, 23:07 Etc/UTC.
Explore releases from the Montreux Jazz Festival label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Montreux Jazz Festival releases. Established in 1967 by Claude Nobs, Géo Voumard and René Langel, the Montreux Jazz Festival is one of the better known music festivals in the world. It is held annually in early July in Montreux, Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is the second largest annual music festival in the world after Canada's Montreal International Jazz Festival.
The Montreux Jazz Festival (formerly Festival de Jazz Montreux and Festival International de Jazz Montreux) is a music festival in Switzerland, held annually in early July in Montreux on the Lake Geneva shoreline. It is the second largest annual jazz festival in the world after Canada's Montreal International Jazz Festival. The Montreux Jazz Festival was founded in 1967 by Claude Nobs, Géo Voumard and René Langel with considerable help from Ahmet and Nesuhi Ertegün of Atlantic Records.
On July 9, 1980, Stanley Clarke hit the stage at the Montreux Jazz Festival along with Simon Philips on drums, Charles Johnson on guitar, and Steve Bach on keys. And the performance was epic. Here’s the complete show: Get the Daily Bass Video in your inbox. Related Topics: Stanley Clarke. Stanley Clarke Sets Out on Worldwide Tour.
Stanley Clarke playing 'Hot Fun' Montreux Jazz Festival Montreux, Switzerland July 27th, 1977. Show all STANLEY CLARKE online videos. Added by botman86 more than 2 years ago. Shouts.
Montreux Jazz Festival. Stanley Clarke, Al Di Meola, Jean-Luc Ponty. Live at Montreux 1994. Guitarist Al di Meola, violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, and bassist Stanley Clarke, all of whom recorded numerous albums as leaders during the 1970s and 1980s, join forces for this 1994 concert in Montreux. Each musician's compositions are featured in this mostly acoustic performance, though charts were necessary to help them find their way through unfamiliar pieces.
Stanley Clarke is the second solo album by jazz fusion bassist Stanley Clarke. All tracks composed by Stanley Clarke; except where indicated. Side One. "Vulcan Princess" – 4:00. Yesterday Princess" (Clarke, Carolyn Clarke) – 1:41. Side Two. "Spanish Phases for Strings & Bass" (Michael Gibbs) – 6:26. Stanley Clarke – bass guitar, double bass, guitar, piano, vocals.