8 thoughts on “ Quiet Afternoon - Stanley Clarke - School Days (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. School Days Drums, Handbell [Handbells] – Gerry Brown Electric Bass, Handbell [Handbells], Vocals – Stanley Clarke Guitar – Raymond Gomez* Keyboards – David Sancious: A2: Quiet Afternoon/5(17).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of School Days on Discogs. Label: Nemperor Records - K (NE ) • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk/5(46).
  3. UPDATED: To help all looking for Digital Remastered Versions, the UPC's are:'School Days' = or ; `Stanley Clarke' = (). As for 'Journey To Love' it has been with great difficulty in that the UPC - () that I received (as an import) was not a digital remaster and believe it will be /5().
  4. Nov 29,  · School Days Drums, Handbell [Handbells] – Gerry Brown Electric Bass, Handbell [Handbells], Vocals – Stanley Clarke Guitar – Raymond Gomez* Keyboards – David Sancious: A2: Quiet Afternoon/5().
  5. Stanley Clarke School Days on g LP from Friday Music Mastered by Joe Reagoso and Kevin Gray at AcousTech/RTI School Days was a game changer for the legendary Stanley Clarke in many ways. Not only did it forever etch the title superstar musician to his name all over the world, it also crossed his incredible music over to a whole new level of listeners, which to this day continue to flock to this .
  6. Similar to Stanley Clarke - School Days but this is a Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute pressing Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York - June, Track B3 recorded at A&M Studios, Los Angelos, California - June, /5(37).
  7. School Days Drums, Handbell [Handbells] – Gerry Brown Electric Bass, Handbell [Handbells], Vocals – Stanley Clarke Guitar – Raymond Gomez* Keyboards – David Sancious: A2: Quiet Afternoon Drums – Steve Gadd Piano [Acoustic], Bass [Piccolo Bass With Instant Flanger], Electric Bass – Stanley Clarke Synthesizer [Mini-moog /5(24).
  8. of School Days clue the more relaxed approach within. Yet the result's not pap; rather, Clarke's impressive "fusion of fusion." Typical is the title track. There, a disco pulse, static string colors, rock guitar, phased bass virtuosity and gorgeous orchestral conception mix effortlessly; compared to similarly intentioned cuts from Journey to Love, Clarke's previous LP, the tune is catchier.

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