Stephen Clarke-Willson was a video game producer and executive producer in the early 1990s who produced a number of hit games.
He supervised the production of titles for the SNES and the Sega Genesis like Disney's Aladdin, Global Gladiators, Cool Spot, and Disney’s Jungle Book; also The Seventh Guest for DOS. (He was also the producer of one of the most ridiculed games of all time, Color a Dinosaur.)
He was a co-inventor of the Digicel process.
- Clarke-Willson arranged and performed "The Bare Necessities Rag" title music for Disney’s Jungle Book on Genesis and SNES.
- He composed the Adrenium Games theme which was arranged by Larry Kenton and performed by the musicians of the City of Prague Philharmonic and first heard in the video game Azurik: Rise of Perathia.
-  Interview from Sega-16.com