School Days (album)
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|Studio album by Stanley Clarke|
Electric Lady Studios, New York City, NY and
A&M Studios, Los Angeles, CA
|Genre||Jazz fusion, jazz-funk|
|Producer||Stanley Clarke, Ken Scott|
|Stanley Clarke chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|||
All tracks composed by Stanley Clarke.
- Side One
- "School Days" – 7:51
- Stanley Clarke - electric bass, vocals, hand bells
- Raymond Gomez - guitar
- David Sancious - keyboards
- Gerry Brown - drums, hand bells
- "Quiet Afternoon" – 5:09
- Stanley Clarke - electric bass, piccolo bass guitar with instant flanger, acoustic piano
- David Sancious - Mini-Moog synthesizer
- Steve Gadd - drums
- "The Dancer" – 5:27
- Stanley Clarke - electric bass, humming, acoustic piano
- Raymond Gomez - rhythm guitar
- David Sancious - organ, Mini-Moog synthesizer
- Gerry Brown - drums
- Milton Holland - percussion
- Side Two
- "Desert Song" – 6:56
- Stanley Clarke - acoustic bass
- John McLaughlin - acoustic guitar
- Milton Holland - congas, triangle
- "Hot Fun" – 2:55
- Stanley Clarke - electric bass
- David Sancious - electric guitar
- Raymond Gomez - electric guitar
- Steve Gadd - drums
- "Life Is Just a Game" – 9:00
- Stanley Clarke - electric and acoustic basses, vocals, piccolo bass guitar, gong, chimes
- Icarus Johnson - electric and acoustic guitars
- George Duke - keyboards
- Billy Cobham - drums, Moog 1500 synthesizer
- Stanley Clarke – electric bass guitar, acoustic bass, piccolo bass guitar, acoustic piano, vocals, handbells, gong, chimes, humming, producer, composer
- John McLaughlin – acoustic guitar on "Desert Song"
- Icarus Johnson – electric and acoustic guitars on "Life Is Just a Game"
- David Sancious – keyboards, Minimoog synthesizer, organ on tracks 1-3, electric guitar on track 5
- George Duke – keyboards on "Life Is Just a Game"
- Milt Holland – percussion, congas, triangle on "The Dancer" and "Desert Song"
- Steve Gadd – drums on "Quiet Afternoon" and "Hot Fun"
- Billy Cobham – drums, Moog 1500 on "Life Is Just a Game"
- Gerry Brown – drums, handbells on "School Days" and "The Dancer"
- Raymond Gomez – electric guitar on "School Days", "The Dancer", "Hot Fun"
- String Personnel
David Campbell, Dennis Karmazyn, Lya Stern, Thomas Buffum, Janice Adele Gower, Marcia Van Dyke, Karen Jones, Robert Dubow, Ronald Strauss, Rollice Dale, Gordon Marron, John Wittenberg, Marilyn Baker
- Brass Personnel
- Lynn Dreese Breslin – Art Direction
- Bob Defrin – Art Direction
- Ken Scott – Producer, Engineer, Remixing
- Jerry Solomon – Assistant Engineer
- Ed Thacker – Assistant Engineer
- Michael Frondelli – Assistant Engineer
- Ginell, Richard (2011). "School Days - Stanley Clarke | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 20 July 2011.
- Swenson, J. (Editor) (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 41. ISBN 0-394-72643-X.
- "School Days - Stanley Clarke | Awards | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 22 April 2014.
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