Kenny Clare





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Published on Jul 31, 2008

Kenny Clare backing Tony Bennett at the Royal Festival Hall London.1974 Playing:"It Don't Mean a Thing". Kenny was easly England's best and most in demand drummer in the studio or in concert,could read anything,had amazing dynamics and his individual style & sound made him immediately recognisable.He recorded on many great albums,of which i have the following:
Many Albums of Clarke/Boland Big Band
DRUM SPECTACULAR/with Ronnie Stephenson 1966
WHY NOT!/The Jhonnie Spence Band 1968
TRY THIS ON FOR SIZE/Bob Leaper Big Band 1970
BBC JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS/Bobby Lamb Ray Premru Orchestra 1971
HELLO DOLLY/Ella Fitzgerald
CONVERSATIONS/l.bellson/b.rich/b.lamb 1971. I also have him on tracks by Matt Munroe & Sammy Davis Jr.J.Dankworth/C.Lane Etc.A tune i heard years ago "If I were a Buddy Rich Man" his tribute to Buddy.(anyone got a copy of this)as i remember it had a rock feel.
Featured Solos by:
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Tony Fisher & Kenny Baker Tpts.
Danny Moss & Bob Efford Tnrs
Kenny Clare Dms.
The closing tune "Maybe this Time" composed by John Kander from "Cabaret" is such a great proformance & the mother of all endings,if this dosen't GRAB YOU nothing will!

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