Carl Clark | Tales from the Clark Side

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Tales from the Clark Side

by Carl Clark

An instrumental mix of rock, jazz, and blues with ambient elements... featuring emotional melodies with great solos and deep grooves!
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ghostprints (A Tribute to Mike Mignola)
4:49 album only
2. Sirius Blue (A Tribute to Paul Gulacy)
4:29 album only
3. The Moon Night Stroll (A Tribute to Bill Sienkiewicz)
3:31 album only
4. Tachi (A Tribute to Frank Miller)
3:26 album only
5. The Herald (A Tribute to Keith Pollard)
6:01 album only
6. A Hard Boiled Funky Fever Dream (A Tribute to Geof Darrow)
3:33 album only
7. Anatomy Lessons (A Tribute to Neal Adams)
5:29 album only
8. Groovin' in the Club On Ylum (A Tribute to Steve Rude)
4:00 album only
9. Lying Cat Says… You're Pretty Cool (A Tribute to Fiona Staples)
3:48 album only
10. Chewin' the Fat With Swamp Thing (A Tribute to Bernie Wrightson)
5:03 album only
11. Into the Shadows (A Tribute to Jim Steranko)
5:32 album only
12. Benevolent Giant Jellyfish (A Tribute to Heather Landry)
5:02 album only
13. A Change Into Something (A Tribute to Richard Corben)
5:29 album only
14. Tonight the Radnicks Play Love Songs (A Tribute to David Mazzucchelli)
3:04 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is an all instrumental project featuring tribite songs to some of the world's best comic book artists. Each song takes you on a different journey than the song before. Just as all artists have a differnt style, I wanted these tracks to be different from eachother. Some songs feature sax, others guitar, piano, marimba or bass. Each tune has it's own texture and emotion. I wanted to capture the way comic book artists draw and shade with sound instead of pencil and ink. These tunes will draw you in and then take you to an unexpected place.



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