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Clark Tracey

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b. 5 Feb 1961, London, Britain. Tracey started playing drums young, often dealing with his dad, Stan Tracey. In the beginning of his professional profession, nevertheless, Tracey’s drumming was rock-orientated and sat uneasily using the jazz organizations with which he frequently associated. By the first 80s, nevertheless, in his playing design it was very clear that Tracey got absorbed very much from the knowledge of using jazz artists such as for example Crimson Rodney, Charlie Rouse and Wayne Moody. With going to Americans, with rings led by contemporaries and by his dad, and in addition as innovator of his personal quartet, quintet and sextet, Tracey grew with every appearance. From the 90s Tracey was founded as a significant figure among the brand new and essential group of youthful British jazz celebrities. Through the middle of the 10 years he setup the Tribute To Artwork Blakey band, and in addition distributed an octet with David Newton, furthermore to working his very own sextet and quintet. An experienced arranger and composer, Tracey provides created for the Berkshire Youngsters Jazz Orchestra and performers Claire Martin and Tina Might. He in addition has released many acclaimed albums for the TenToTen label, including two instalments within the British isles Composers Series (2001’s United kingdom Standard Period and 2008’s Provided Time).

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Full Name Clark Tracey
Profession Composer
Nationality British
Parents Stan Tracey, Jackie Buckland
Music Songs Pent-Up House, Four, Ugly beauty, Lounge blues, Up Jumped Spring, Sphere My Dear, Mark Nightingale Sang, They're Lovely, Sherman at the Copthorne, Revenge of Sam Tacet, Chased Out, Arnie's Barnie, Sunshower, The peacocks, Moanin', Juicy Lucy, My Foolish Heart, Del Sasser, Zia's Ny Blues, Now That Ganley's Gone, Day Dream, They Say It's Wonderful, Haitian Fight Song, How Insensitive, What Love, Second Shot, Giant steps, Boaz, Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting, The Man Who Never Sleeps, The Preacher, Fables of Faubus
Albums Full Speed Sideways, Stability


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Soundtrack

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The Man Who Cried 2000 as Clarke Tracey, "Gloomy Sunday"
The Talented Mr. Ripley 1999 performer: "PENT-UP HOUSE", "FOUR"

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The Talented Mr. Ripley 1999 Drums (San Remo Jazz Sextet)

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Behold the Lamb 2011 unit driver

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