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Natasha Agrama – Vocal Choir (2), Background Vocals (4)

Mariela Arredondo – Vocal Choir (2)

Gerry Brown – Drums (11)

Ronald Bruner, Jr. – Drums (1,6,7)

Lenny Castro – Percussion (4)

Stanley Clarke – Alembic Electric Bass Guitar (1,3,6), Acoustic Bass (2,4,5,7,10,12), Vocal (4), Synth Bass (4), Alembic Tenor Bass (6), Alembic Electric Tenor Bass Guitar (8), Alembic Electric Bass Guitar (9,11)

Stewart Copeland – Drums (3)

Chick Corea – Acoustic Piano (12)

Phil Davis – Synthesizers (4), Keyboard (9)

Felipe Fraga – Percussion (4)

Beka Gochiashvili – Acoustic Piano/Solo (4)

Gary Grant – Trumpet (1,4)

Jimmy Herring – Guitar (11)

Jerry Hey – Horn Arrangement (1)

Dan Higgins – Tenor (Solo) & Baritone Saxophones (1,4)

Paul Jackson, Jr. – Guitar (1,3,4)

Nick Mancini – Marimba (2)

Andy Martin – Trombone (1,4)

Michael Mitchell – Drums/Solo (4,9)

Greg Phillinganes – Keyboard (1)

Patrice Quinn – Background Vocals (4)

John Robinson – Drums (1)

Ruslan Sirota – Acoustic Piano (2,6,7,9,11), Piano (3), Fender Rhodes (6), Synthesizers (11)

Jessica Vautor – Vocal (4)

Joe Walsh – Guitar (3)

Kamasi Washington – Saxophone (3,6)

Doug Webb – Saxophone (9)

Harlem String Quartet:

Jaime Amador – Viola (2)

Ilmar Gavilán – Violin (2)

Melissa White – Violin (2)

Matthew Zalkind – Cello (2)

Stanley Clarke

UP

Legendary bassist Stanley Clarke considers his upcoming Mack Avenue Records release, The Stanley Clarke Band’s UP, to be the most energetic, rhythmic and upbeat album that he has ever done—and with more than 40 solo albums under his belt, that’s saying quite a lot.

Legendary bassist Stanley Clarke considers his upcoming Mack Avenue Records release, The Stanley Clarke Band’s UP, to be the most energetic, rhythmic and upbeat album that he has ever done—and with more than 40 solo albums under his belt, that’s saying quite a lot. Clarke’s signature bass virtuosity and technical acumen is present throughout, but the enjoyment he had in making this album is also apparent. Unlike his predominantly acoustic bass work on the last few albums, UP is almost equal parts electric and acoustic bass.

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