Mike Clark, ‘Mike Clark Plays Herbie Hancock’ (Sunnyside) | Review


By Bill Meredith Drummer Mike Clark first gained international prominence by doing the unthinkable — replacing Harvey Mason on a 1974 Herbie Hancock album, Thrust, which proved equal to the keyboardist’s groundbreaking 1973 electric funk-fusion predecessor Head Hunters. The association has allowed Clark to co-lead offshoot band The Headhunters with that ensemble’s percussionist, Bill Summers,

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