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Clyde Hart


Clyde Hart’s loss of life just because the bop trend was taking keep robbed him of the chance to be always a main force within the music. Extremely energetic during his last calendar year, Hart was a significant transitional body between golf swing and bop and would definitely have already been on many significant periods during the following five years acquired he resided. Hart first caused Gene Coy, Jap Allen (1930-1931), and Blanche Calloway (1931-1935). Following a short stint using the declining McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers, he resolved in NY where he led his very own quartet, organized for Andy Kirk, and produced a number of recordings (including with Billie Vacation and Crimson Allen) being a supportive pianist. Hart acquired stints with Stuff Smith (1936-1938), Roy Eldridge, Lester Teen, Frankie Newton, as well as the John Kirby Sextet (1942-1943), and he frequently jammed at Minton’s Playhouse. He also used Wilbur DeParis, Walter “Foots” Thomas, and Tiny Grimes (1944). After dealing with Don Byas in early 1945 and documenting with Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie (including “Dizzy Atmosphere”), Hart contracted tuberculosis and passed away just like he was getting into the leading of his profession. Clyde Hart led three documenting dates between Dec 19, 1944 and January 4, 1945 for Savoy and Continental with such significant sidemen as Parker, Gillespie, Byas, Trummy Teen, Oscar Pettiford, Benny Harris, and vocalist Rubberlegs Williams.

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Full Name Clyde Hart
Date Of Birth 1935
Profession Coach
Education Baylor University
Music Songs Embracable, Groovin' High, A Night In Tunisia: Hot Mallets, Stardust, Body and Soul, Blowin' Up A Breeze, No.4, Dizzy Atmoshpere, All the Things You Are, A Night in Tunisia: Dizzy Atmosphere, What's The Matter Now?, 46th West 52nd Street, The Champ, Part 1 & 2, Charlie Parker Interview, Oop Bop Sh' Bam, Deuce-A-Rini, Monday At Minton's, Sorta Kinda, A Hand Fulla Gimme, That's Earl Brother, Gee, Ain't I Good to You?, Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You?, I've Found A New Baby, Oh Lady Be Good, Blowing up a Breeze, I Want Every Bit Of It, Sittin' In, I Couldn’t Beat The Rap, Time On My Hands, 7th Avenue, Salted Peanuts, Rose Room, Teezol
Albums I Keep Rollin' On, Here's Love In Your Eye, I Can't Pretend, Vol. 2, Disorder At The Border, I Can't Pretend, Vol. 1, Pop Elite: Best Of Clyde Hart, I Cant Pretend

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 1991 second company grip
I Love You to Death 1990 key grip: additional photography
The War of the Roses 1989 key grip
Arthur 2: On the Rocks 1988 key grip
Some Kind of Wonderful 1987 first company grip
Fright Night 1985 key grip - as Clyde W. Hart
The Slugger's Wife 1985 key grip
The Natural 1984 key grip
Cat People 1982 key grip
Honky Tonk Freeway 1981 key grip
Second-Hand Hearts 1981 key grip
Ordinary People 1980 key grip
Being There 1979 key grip
Comes a Horseman 1978 key grip
Days of Heaven 1978 key grip
Coming Home 1978 key grip
From Noon Till Three 1976 key grip
St. Ives 1976 key grip
Drum 1976 key grip
Breakheart Pass 1975 key grip
Breakout 1975 head grip - uncredited
The Day of the Dolphin 1973 grip - uncredited
Sleeper 1973 key grip - as Clyde W. Hart
Firehouse 1973 TV Movie key grip
Black Gunn 1972 key grip
The Mechanic 1972 key grip - as Clyde W. Hart
Footsteps 1972 TV Movie grip
Junior Bonner 1972 grip - uncredited
Carnal Knowledge 1971 key grip

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