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Mike Clark: Indigo Blue Live at the Iridium (Ropeadope)

Drummer Mike Clark first gained acclaim in the 1970s, with a chameleonic playing style that ranged from funk with keyboardist Herbie Hancock to propulsive fusion with British group Brand X. But you wouldn’t know it by listening to Indigo Blue Live at the Iridium, featuring an all-acoustic sextet rounded out by all-stars (bassist Christian McBride, … Read More “Mike Clark: Indigo Blue Live at the Iridium (Ropeadope)”

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Mike Clark: Carnival of Soul

The drumming great’s debut for Owl Studios is a paean to the B3 organ trio, a format he played in for half a dozen years during his early 20s. But rather than being just a greasy throwdown-which he does with requisite grit on “T’s Boogaloo,” alongside organist Delbert Bump and guitarist Steve Homan-this is a … Read More “Mike Clark: Carnival of Soul”

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