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#5 William Clarke

How would you rank

William Clarke?

  • HIGHER
  • APPROPRIATE
  • LOWER

Why William Clarke?

William Clarke (born in California, March 21, 1951 – November 3, 1996) was one of the best diatonic harp players around; unfortunately. he was not around that long. His Chicago blues style was colored with soul, jazz, and swing. He was an accessible musician and personal stories abound, but he released only seven albums before he died. Video footage is rare, but here’s one smooth example of “why the hype” about William Clarke.

Comments (2)

  • jeannette lodovici

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    I think these numbers are not very accurate. But I think that William Clarke was one of the very best. Well, I am his widow, but I still think he was so very talented. Not only in harmonica playing but in writing, singing and composing.

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    • JP Allen

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      Thanks for your opinion Jeanette. William is one of my favorites!

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  • mark kenneally

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    The man could swing like an old screen door. He left us way to soon. RIP William Clarke

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  • williiam boilers

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    These numbers reflect people’s total ignorance on the sugject!

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