Live 1976–1977

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Live 1976-1977
Live album by Stanley Clarke
Released 1991
Recorded June, 1976 – September, 1977
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 64:25
Label Epic
Producer Stanley Clarke
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Live 1976–1977 is the sixth album of the bassist Stanley Clarke. This is also his first live album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "School Days" — 7:01
  2. "Lopsy Lu" — 7:25
  3. "Quiet Afternoon" — 6:51
  4. "Silly Putty" — 5:37
  5. "Dayride" — 7:04
  6. "Bass Folk Song No. 3" — 13:41
  7. "The Magician" — 5:55
  8. "Desert Song" — 7:29
  9. "Vulcan Princess" — 3:22

Personnel[edit]

  • Gerry Brown — Drums
  • Stanley Clarke — Electric Bass Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Piccolo Bass, Composer, Arranger
  • Ray Gomez — Electric Guitar
  • Al Harrison — Trumpet, Flügelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Slide Whistle
  • Munyungo Jackson — Percussion
  • Bob Malach — Tenor Saxophone, Flute
  • John McLaughlin — Acoustic Guitar
  • Peter Robinson — Organ, ARP String Ensemble, Fender Rhodes, Mini-Moog Bass
  • David Sancious — Piano, Mini-Moog, Poly Moog, Fender Rhodes, Organ
  • James Tinsley — Trumpet, Flügelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Alarm Clock
  • Alfie Williams — Soprano, Alto, & Baritone Saxophones, Flute

Production[edit]

  • David Coleman — Art Direction
  • Henry Diltz — Photography
  • Bernie Grundman — Mastering
  • Dan Humann — Engineer, Mixing
  • Gary Ladinsky — Engineer
  • Steve Sykes — Mixing
  • Bruce Talamon — Photography
  • Ed Thacker — Engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ginell, Richard S.. Live 1976–1977 at AllMusic