St-Clair Pinckney

American tenor and baritone saxophonist.
Born January 1, 1930, died February 1, 1999.
Member of James Brown’s backing band The J.B.'s during the band’s whole existence. He was the oldest of the members, recognizable by a patch of gray hair. Also known as “Pink”.
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St-Clair Pinckney Discography Tracks


ICH 1014 St-Clair Pinckney - Do You Like It album art St. Clair Pinckney* Do You Like It(LP, Album) Ichiban Records ICH 1014 US 1987 Sell This Version
St-Clair Pinckney - Private Stock album art St. Clair Pinckney* Private Stock (Album) Ichiban Records US 1989 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

88-139 St-Clair Pinckney - Summer Breeze album art St-Clair Pinckney Summer Breeze(7", Single, Promo) Ichiban Records 88-139 US 1988 Sell This Version
ICHT 701 St. Clair Pinckney* Do You Like It(12") Ichiban Records ICHT 701 UK Unknown Sell This Version
87-129 St-Clair Pinckney As We Lay(7", Single, Promo) Ichiban Records 87-129 US Unknown Sell This Version


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September 11, 2009
Hello, my name is Marc K. McCreary. I was like St. Clair's son. We lived together many years together in East Point, Ga. and in College Park, Ga. I had the pleasure of knowing him and learning from him many lessons on life and music. I also had the pleasure of writing 2 songs off the first album named "Do you like it"( Suda and Plastic Paradise) and wrote 1 song off the 2nd album named "Private Stock" (Joylife) and I played keyboards on all the songs from the second album. He was a true gentleman, and if God blesses me to live as long as he. I hope and pray that I could be such a gentleman.
God bless St. Clair Pinckney ( Mr. P) You are truly missed!!!
Oh!! Correction St. Clair Pinckney was born on September 17

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