Composer, sound designer and curator/researcher Harold (Hal) Clark moved to Norway from San Francisco in the early 1970s to carry on his musical studies and career. In 1972 he was hired as a producer and tonmeister at the Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter at Høvikodden, Norway. Here he co-founded the Norwegian Studio for Electronic Music (NSEM) together with the late composer Arne Nordheim (1931-2010).
|PRISMACD716||Hal Clark*||Electro-Acoustic Works 1974-75 (CD, Album)||Prisma Records||PRISMACD716||Norway||2013||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|7063-24||Harold Clark, The Ozark Mountain Echos||Harold Clark, The Ozark Mountain Echos - School's Open, Slow Down / Slow Down And Live In America Today (7", Mono)||Nothwestern Records||7063-24||US||1977||Sell This Version|
|7041-19||Harold Clark, The Ozark Mountain Echos||Harold Clark, The Ozark Mountain Echos - Parkin' Meter Blues / Oklahoma Okie (7", Mono)||Nothwestern Records||7041-19||US||1977||Sell This Version|