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Sonny Clark

Real Name:Conrad Yeatis Clark
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Sonny Clark (born 21 July 1931, Herminie, Pennsylvania, USA - died 13 January 1963 in New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz pianist and composer who mainly worked in the hard bop idiom. He recorded only nine records as a leader for the legendary Blue Note label, but Sonny Clark was practically the label's house pianist, a highly sought after sideman and a gifted composer.

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In Groups:Art Pepper Quartet, Buddy DeFranco Quartet, Buddy DeFranco Quintet, Cal Tjader Quintet, Frank Rosolino And His Quartet, Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars, Jazz Club USA, Jerry Dodgion Quartet, Jimmy Raney All Stars, Jimmy Raney Quartet, Leonard Feather's West Coast Jazzmen, Sonny Clark Quintet, Sonny Clark Sextet, Sonny Clark Trio, Sonny Rollins Quartet, Stan Levey Sextet, The Buddy DeFranco Big Band, The Hank Mobley Quintet, The Lawrence Marable Quartet, Tina Brooks Quintet
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