Album Remarks & Appraisals:
Composers Concordance presents Song of Light featuring Jazz French horn player, composer and arranger John Clark. Clark received his Master's degree from New England Conservatory where he studied Horn, composition and improvisation. He has performed with many artists including: Gil Evans, McCoy Tyner, Joe Lovano, the Mingus Orchestra, Wayne Shorter, Sting, Leroy Jenkins, Speculum Musicae, Luther Vandross and Johnny Griffin, among many others. He was recently appointed as a faculty member of the Jazz Arts program at the Manhattan School of Music.
American Record Guide, November/December 2012
Recorded in 1978 and originally released as an LP album, this is a terrific jazz program but a perplexing listening experience. The tunes are lively and very interesting, and the playing and improvising are highly skilled.
Personnel: John Clark (French horn); Michael Cochrane (piano); Victor Lewis (drums).
Audio Remasterers: Franz Hackl; John Clark .
Audio Remixers: Franz Hackl; John Clark .
Liner Note Author: John Clark .
Recording information: Grog Kill Studios, Willow, NY (1978).
Directors: Joseph Pehrson; Dan Cooper; Gene Pritsker.
Arranger: John Clark .
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