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Album Review

You are likely to find this instrumental album in either the Jazz or New Age sections of the record store. Tenor saxophonist Clarence Clemons creates attractive mood music that matches an unusually smooth sax sound (especially for him) with a variety of percussion instruments so broad that the list of them in the album's booklet concludes "... and some other stuff we can't pronounce or spell." It makes for an eclectic selection of music appropriate for the all usual new age functions, from meditation to cooking.


Born: 11 January 1942 in Norfolk, VA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Saxophonist/vocalist Clarence Clemons was a member of Bruce Springsteen's backup group, the E Street Band, from 1973 to 2011. Clemons' soulful R&B stylings became a key element of the band's sound, notably on Springsteen's breakthrough hit "Born to Run" along with other singles and album tracks. Given his fiery soloing, audience rapport, and obvious camaraderie with Springsteen and the other E Street Band members, he was also a fan favorite during the group's marathon live sets. Clemons released...
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