Grant Clarkson | Electric Band (feat. Richard Sellers)

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Electric Band (feat. Richard Sellers)

by Grant Clarkson

2013 Release from Grant Clarkson featuring drummer Richard Sellers exploring funky contemporary composition featuring electric jazz instrumentation.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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1. See It Jiggle and Fall (feat. Richard Sellers)
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2. Everything's Gonna Be Allright (feat. Richard Sellers)
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10:20 $0.99
3. Time to Decide (feat. Richard Sellers)
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4. And One More Thing... (feat. Richard Sellers)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Grant Clarkson grew up in Los Angeles and began playing bass at ten years old. Moving to San Diego for college in 1991, he earned his Bachelors and Masters at San Diego State University, studying under Rick Heltzer, Bill Yeager, and Bob Magnusson.

Grant Clarkson's philosophy as a composer might be stated simply as, 'To thine own self be true'. Never a songwriter in the traditional sense of lyrics and verse/chorus structures, he feels compelled to follow this muse no matter far afield from the nightclub or the DJ his writing takes him, and finds inspiration in the most humble sense from many of the great artists, composers, and performers in the worlds of jazz, classical music, and film.


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