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  1. Born in Patrick County, Virginia, United States of America on to Alexander Broy (Bray) Clark and Sarah E. Clark. Susan Alice Clark married Edward Andes and had 8 children. She passed away on 3 Jan in Asher, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, United States of America.
  2. Dec 07,  · Genealogy profile for Alice Clark Alice Clark (Fenn) (c - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Alice Clark (Fenn) (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
  3. Wewantsounds will tell the Alice Clark story for the first time and give a unique insight into the birth of this cult album with a deluxe release that will pay tribute to her talent. TRACKLIST Side 1 1. I Keep It Hid 2. Looking At Life 3. Don’t Wonder Why 4. Maybe This Time 5. Never Dit I Stop Loving You Side 2 6. Charms Of The Arms Of Love 7.
  4. Charms Of The Arms Of Love () Maybe This Time () Keep It Hid () Before Her Time () Alice Clark did get a break that many such artists didn't, as she managed to release an entire album when her self-titled LP appeared on on the Mainstream label. This track compilation is built around that album, adding.
  5. Alice Clark (c – April ) was an American soul singer, who had little commercial success but whose recordings became highly regarded.. Biography. Little is known publicly of her life outside her brief music career between and She grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. According to Billy Vera, who wrote and produced her first record, "I.
  6. Feb 03,  · referencing Alice Clark, LP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE, RM, Gat, WWSLP19, MRL Self titled album (and her sole release) by soul-singer AliceClark is an emotional ode to loves inextricable relationship to heartbreak and #pain as told through song/5().
  7. Alice Clark's self-titled is one of those rare wantlist albums that's quality from beginning to end. More people should know about this gem. Clark grew up in Bed Stuy, put together a few successful 45s before recording this lone album with arranger Ernie Wilkins and a band that included Bernard Purdie and Cornell Dupree.
  8. There weren't many vocal albums on the Mainstream label during the early 70s, and this rare soul side is a real overlooked gem! Alice Clark has a rich soulful voice, with a style that sounds a bit like Esther Marrow, mixed with some of the lead vocalists in Voices Of East Harlem – a really right-on sort of sound that's totally great, and way hipper than most 70s chart soul! Arrangements.
  9. The third is an up-tempo version of “The Charms of the Arms of Love” which concluded his album Love Games. Clark rips apart “It Takes Too Long to Learn to Live Alone” in wonderful fashion with tasteful guitar, chirping horns, and restrained vibraphone.

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