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Benn Clatworthy


A fixture in LA area night clubs since 1980, Benn Clatworthy was originally heavily influenced by past due-’50s John Coltrane, but would soften his firmness and sometimes audio similar to Warne Marsh with details of Sonny Rollins. He debuted on record in 1990, along with his Finding release Thanks a lot Horace (which also features pianist Cecilia Coleman) and, in 1995, released While My Woman Sleeps by himself label (offering Cedar Walton like a guest).

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Full Name Benn Clatworthy
Date Of Birth May 27, 1955
Music Songs Bossa Mia, Tango Sentimental, The Dark Mr Light, By the Time I Get to Phoenix, The Decider, Three Wise Monkeys, Room 219, Luminessence, Just Another Addiction, Sister Sarah, Afternoon in Paris, Pannonica, Off Minor, This Is New, The Boxer, La Rumba Llega, Limehouse Blues, I'm a Fool to Want You, Franks Tune, If You Never Come to Me, You're a Weaver of Dreams, I Get Along Without You Very Well, One for Pete, Blues for Gaza, Zenn Benn, I Wish You Love, Falling in Love With Love, Love Came on Stealthy Fingers, Spring Is Here, Patterns
Albums Three Wise Monkeys, The Decider, If You Never Come to Me, Luminessence, Clatworthy Music, What's Going On

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