Graham Clark (violinist)

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Graham Clark
Birth name Graham Leslie Lionel Clark
Born (1959-12-16) 16 December 1959 (age 56)
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Instrumentalist
Instruments Violin, electric guitar
Associated acts Daevid Allen

Graham Leslie Lionel Clark (born 16 December 1959) is an English jazz violinist based in Buxton, Derbyshire.

He also plays electric guitar. A freelance violinist in most styles of jazz, rock, blues and pop, he specialises in improvisation.

He worked with Daevid Allen from 1988 to 2014:[1][2]

  • August 1988-October 1989: with the Invisible Opera Company of Tibet
  • October 1989-December 1991: with Gongmaison
  • February 1992-December 1992: with Magick Brothers / Gong
  • December 1996 - 2014: with Magick Brothers

He has also worked with Andy Sheppard, Keith Tippett, Tim Richards, Phil Lee, Paz, Brian Godding, Elbow, Lamb, Bryan Glancy, Little Sparrow, Jah Wobble, Graham Massey, Louis Gordon and Liz Fletcher.

Notable performances[edit]

Selected discography[edit]

Featured artist on:

  • 2009 Improvisations: Series 1 Graham Clark & Stephen Grew (GAS)
  • 2005 Toolshed Album Toolshed (Twisted Nerve)
  • 1997 Isthmus Clark, Thorne, Fell (GAS)
  • 1997 Typhoid and Swans Sleepy People (Edgy Records)
  • 1995 Dreaming a Dream Daevid Allen (GAS)
  • 1992 Shapeshifter Gong (Celluloid, France)
  • 1989 Gongmaison Gongmaison (Demi Monde)


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