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HEADLINE TOURS
ELECTRIC BASS
FELLOW SATIRIST JOHN CLARKE
BEBOP DRUMMING
LENNY
KLOOK
ALISTAIR BROWNLEE
FIRST THREE PUBLISHED NOVELS
GENTRY LEE
ALAN CLARKE
GEORGE ELLIOT CLARKE
DAVID CLARKE
CLARKE NE
VINCE CLARKE
KEN CLARKE
JEREMIAH CLARKE
CHICK COREA
MODERN JAZZ QUARTET
CAM CLARKE
CYRIL CLARKE
JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE
MARTHA CLARKE
CHARLES CLARKE
ROY CLARKE
MELINDA CLARKE
GILBY CLARKE
CLARKE ET
DAVE CLARKE
RIKKI CLARKE
JOHN CLARKE
KENNETH CLARKE
REBECCA CLARKE
GEORGE ELLIOTT CLARKE
DRUMMER KENNY CLARKE
AUSTIN CLARKE
MICHAEL CLARKE
PAPA JO JONES
KENNY CLARKE
QUITE
DIABETES
HOUSE BAND
HOUSE
SURFACE
HOSPITAL
CHARACTER
FAMOUS
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Definitions

  1. Clarke is the last surviving member of what was sometimes known as the "Big Three" of science fiction, which included Robert A. Heinlein and Isaac Asimov.
  2. Clarke was a space scientist before he became an author and he was the first to popularise this concept as a means for satellite-based radio communications.
  3. Clarke is a distinguished vice-president of the H. G. Wells Society, being strongly influenced by H. G. Wells as a science-fiction writer. (Web site)
  4. Clarke was an early developer of the bop style and Lewis composed and arranged for a band he and Clarke organized.
  5. Clarke is the man feeding the pigeons to the left of the shot. (Web site)

Headline Tours

  1. Clarke became the first bassist in history to headline tours, sell out shows worldwide, and craft albums that achieved gold status. (Web site)
  2. Stanley Clarke became the first bassist in history to headline tours, selling out shows worldwide, and have his albums certified gold. (Web site)

Electric Bass

  1. Distorted guitar had become prominent in the band's new sound, and Clarke played mostly electric bass.
  2. Marcus Miller (bass clarinet, synthesizer, electric bass); Stanley Clarke (acoustic bass, electric bass) and Victor Wooten (electric bass). (Web site)

Fellow Satirist John Clarke

  1. He has been a regular collaborator of fellow satirist John Clarke in the form of mock interviews, first for A Current Affair, and then for The 7.30 Report.

Bebop Drumming

  1. Clarke helped to define bebop drumming.

Lenny

  1. This concert features Chick Corea playing with members of the Return to Forever band, which includes Stanley Clarke, Lenny White and Joe Henderson.
  2. I'm reminded that many American and British fusion acts of the time also dabbled in vocal tunes (Stanley Clarke, Lenny White, Brand X, and so on). (Web site)

Klook

  1. For this, "every drummer" Ed Thigpen said, "owes him a debt of gratitude." Clarke was nicknamed "Klook" or "Klook-mop" for the style he innovated.
  2. Kenny Clarke, known among musicians as "Klook" for one of his characteristic drum licks, is truly a jazz pioneer.

Alistair Brownlee

  1. Vasiliev was out on the 10-kilometer run course first but was quickly joined by Alistair Brownlee, Clarke and Gomez. (Web site)

First Three Published Novels

  1. Clarke also contributed to the Dan Dare series, and his first three published novels were for a juvenile audience. (Web site)
  2. Clarke also contributed to the Dan Dare series published in Eagle, and his first three published novels were written for children. (Web site)

Gentry Lee

  1. Rama II is a novel by Gentry Lee and Arthur C. Clarke first published in 1989.

Alan Clarke

  1. Written by David Leland and directed by Alan Clarke, Made in Britain is a slice of horrible but not inaccurate life from 1982.

George Elliot Clarke

  1. In past years, the award has gone to such notable local poets as George Elliot Clarke, Gary Geddes, Stephanie Bolster, and last year's winner, David O'Meara. (Web site)

David Clarke

  1. The first is an American Lewis Binford and second, David Clarke in the U.K. (who died young). (Web site)

Clarke Ne

  1. Clarke NE, Clarke CN, Mosher RE. Treatment of angina pectoris with disodium ethelyne diamene tetraacetic acid. (Web site)

Vince Clarke

  1. Between 1995 and 1998 the theme was a track called Red Hot Pop composed by Vince Clarke of Erasure.
  2. David Gahan joined the band in 1980 after Vince Clarke heard him perform at a local gig, and "Depeche Mode" was born.

Ken Clarke

  1. A lot has been written about a potential return to the Conservative Shadow Cabinet for one of their dwindling number of ‘big beasts’, Ken Clarke.

Jeremiah Clarke

  1. Daniel Purcell and Jeremiah Clarke collaborate on the music for Elkanah Settle 's play, World in the Moon.

Chick Corea

  1. The album received a very positive review from All About Jazz.[ 1] (Clarke and White played together with Chick Corea in Return to forever).
  2. In 1972, Getz recorded in the fusion idiom with Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke.

Modern Jazz Quartet

  1. Clarke spent the late '40s in Europe, was with Billy Eckstine in the U.S. in 1951 and became an original member of the Modern Jazz Quartet (1951-55).

Cam Clarke

  1. In the 2002 series, He-Man was voiced by Cam Clarke (who voiced Leonardo on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series).

Cyril Clarke

  1. Cyril Clarke answered an advert in an insect magazine for swallowtail butterfly pupa that had been placed by Sheppard.
  2. Philip Sheppard, Cyril Clarke, Bernard Kettlewell and A.J. Cain were all strongly influenced by Ford; their careers date from the post WWII era.
  3. Cyril Clarke is a Clinical Pharmacologist with over 13 years experience in clinical research.

James Freeman Clarke

  1. James Freeman Clarke was a Unitarian minister, author, editor, and member of the Transcendental Club. (Web site)

Martha Clarke

  1. She has also had a direct influence on such artists as Alvin Ailey, Pina Bausch, and Martha Clarke. (Web site)
  2. He has also danced leading roles in opera productions directed by Peter Sellars and Martha Clarke.

Charles Clarke

  1. Ex- Home Secretary, Charles Clarke, has said recently he expects there to be a leadership contest when Tony Blair steps down.

Roy Clarke

  1. In 1972, Duncan Wood, then-head of BBC Comedy, was watching a programme called The Misfit, written by Roy Clarke.

Melinda Clarke

  1. Lady Heather (played by Melinda Clarke), is a fictional character, a guest character in the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (Web site)

Gilby Clarke

  1. In May 1993, Gilby Clarke broke his wrist in a motorcycling accident and the band needed a replacement for some dates in Europe.
  2. Lemmy also took to the stage, with former MC5 members, and Gilby Clarke, to perform Back in the USA.

Clarke Et

  1. This is emphasized in an admission by Sir Cyril Clarke (Clarke et al. (Web site)
  2. Amongst the few Cretaceous neornithines known from reasonable material, Vegavis is based on one well-preserved associated skeleton (Clarke et al. (Web site)

Dave Clarke

  1. In the late eighties, Depeche Mode started enlisting credible clubland remixers for their singles: from bomb the bass to underworld to Dave Clarke.

Rikki Clarke

  1. Rikki Clarke was then trapped lbw, leaving Mark Ramprakash at the helm. (Web site)

John Clarke

  1. Clarke appeared in the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives (where her father, John Clarke was a senior cast member), and starred on Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (Web site)

Kenneth Clarke

  1. She first supported Michael Ancram, who was eliminated in the first round, and then Kenneth Clarke, who lost in the final round.

Rebecca Clarke

  1. The first of its three programs focuses on overlooked women of the past (Amy Beach, Rebecca Clarke, Ruth Crawford Seeger). (Web site)
  2. Rebecca Clarke (1886 - 1979) is a modern classical composer and violist who is most famous for her viola compositions.

George Elliott Clarke

  1. George Elliott Clarke has been an invited speaker to conferences and universities around the world.
  2. The libretto was written by George Elliott Clarke, and the music by James Rolfe. (Web site)

Drummer Kenny Clarke

  1. Joining Brown in the band's rhythm section: Milt Jackson on vibes, drummer Kenny Clarke and John Lewis on piano. (Web site)

Austin Clarke

  1. This novel represents Austin Clarke at his best, mercilessly unveiling racial hypocrisies but remaining several steps ahead of pat political allegory. (Web site)

Michael Clarke

  1. Geraint Jones dropped a catch off Michael Clarke 's bat, but it did not prove to be crucial, as Clarke was lbw to Hoggard in the next over.
  2. Michael Clarke (47) - musician, the Byrds, liver failure due to long term alcoholism. (Web site)
  3. Michael Clarke (36) batted fluently for a while but was trapped lbw by Steve Harmison, the last dramatic act of a day totally dominated by England.

Papa Jo Jones

  1. Clarke was influenced by the approach of recent swing drummers of melodic playing behind soloists, especially that of Papa Jo Jones and Cozy Cole.

Kenny Clarke

  1. By 1947, the band's rhythm section consisted of John Lewis, Milt Jackson, Kenny Clarke, and Ray Brown, who went on to form the Modern Jazz Quartet.
  2. A child prodigy, by age 14 he was playing jazz piano professionally, with Lionel Hampton, Roy Eldridge, and Kenny Clarke.
  3. Kenny Clarke was a highly influential if subtle drummer who helped to define bebop drumming.

Quite

  1. However the reality is that after seeing SMV (Stanley Clarke, Victor Wooten & Marcus Miller), it is quite clear who is the best.

Diabetes

  1. Ewing D, Martyn R, Young R, and Clarke B. The value of cardiovascular autonomic function tests: 10 years experience in diabetes. (Web site)

House Band

  1. Clarke led the house band at Minton's Playhouse (which also included Thelonious Monk).
  2. At Minton's, the two friends formed a house band with pianist Thelonious Monk and drummer Kenny Clarke. (Web site)

House

  1. The house has more recently been the home of Roy Clarke the writer of Last of the Summer Wine.
  2. There was barely a dry eye in the house when Darren Clarke holed the putt to win his singles match at the K-Club.

Surface

  1. A year later, Clarke observed the salvage from the shore and the surface. (Web site)

Hospital

  1. The hospital was originally named the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, after Charles Kirk Clarke, a pioneer in mental health in Canada.

Character

  1. Clarke has never seen Lady Heather as a mere prostitute, but thinks the character is much more complicated, and smarter, than that. (Web site)
  2. In the feature film, Daredevil, Michael Clarke Duncan played the character. (Web site)

Famous

  1. Lenny Clarke (born September 16, 1953) is an American comedian, famous for his thick Boston accent. (Web site)
  2. Clement Clarke Moore was more famous in his own day as a professor of Oriental and Greek literature at Columbia College (now Columbia University).
  3. Michael Clarke Duncan is an American actor mostly famous of his role in Green Mile, for which he recived an OSCAR nomination.

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