Stanley Clark and Friends – Night School – DVD
Stanley Clark and Friends
Night School – DVD
Koch – 2005
Sounds of Timeless Jazz

This totally hip DVD documents the 3rd Annual Concert for The Scholarship Fund at the Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles, CA. Recorded in October 2002, bassist Stanley Clarke shares the stage with some of the world’s best known musicians in performances you’re sure to remember for several years forward. In addition to these full-length performances, viewers should enjoy the interviews, bonus features and comedy offered here.

Now recording for Heads Up International, Clarke’s label debut offers viewers a chance to actually witness Clarke performing with such luminaries as Marcus Miller, Lenny White, Stevie Wonder, Bela Fleck, Karen Briggs, Stewart Copeland, Flea, Wayman Tisdale, Ndugu Chancler, Sheila E. and so many more all on one night! With Sinbad as M.C., superior technical support and sound standards, this set rocks with excitement.

Top spotlights are the “The Floor,” “Song To John,” and most of all “School Days” where several bass players strut their strats on one of Clarke’s biggest hits. Night School may never be the same! Check it out.

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