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CLARENCE CLEMONS

Nickname: Big Man
Geburtstag: 11. Januar 1942
Geburtsort: Deal, N.J.

Schon seit Anfang der 70´
Jahre E-Street Band Mitglied.

Erfolgreicher Solo- und Studiomusiker.

Homepage: http://www.clarenceclemons.com


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Clarence Clemmons ist auch in dem Film "Blues Brothers 2000" zu sehen, er ist dort Teil einer All-Star-Band um B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Bo Diddley und einigen anderen Legenden des Blues.

Weniger bekannt ist auch, dass er auch auf einer Alice Cooper Tribute CD zu hören ist mit einem Solo bei "Under My Wheels" (ein Lied, das im Original gar kein Saxophon hat).


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Ragman hat geschrieben:
Clarence Clemmons ist auch in dem Film "Blues Brothers 2000" zu sehen, er ist dort Teil einer All-Star-Band um B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Bo Diddley und einigen anderen Legenden des Blues.



Er hat aber nicht nur dort mitgespielt, sondern hatte auch kleinere Rollen in den Filmen "Fatal Instinct" und er portraetierte Big Barry in einem Fernseh-Film namens"Nash Bridges".

Ansonsten sang er mit Jackson Browne ein Lied namens "You're a Friend of Mine", was urspruenglich fuer ein Duett mit Bruce geschrieben war.

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www.bruce-springsteen.tk hat geschrieben:
Ansonsten sang er mit Jackson Browne ein Lied namens "You're a Friend of Mine", was urspruenglich fuer ein Duett mit Bruce geschrieben war.


Eins meiner Lieblingslieder. Mit Jackson Browne, Darryl Hannah und Clarence Clemons.


Ausserdem spielte Clarence Clemons im Hollywood Schinken "Swing" mit. 1998 lief er...

1976 auch im Martin Scorsese Film "New York, New York". Dort spielte er den Cecil Powell. Bruce Springsteen bezeichnete ihn nach dem Film immer als "Mr. Hollywood".


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...und der Maffay hat den Clarence irgendwann in den 90zigern im Line-Up seiner Band für irgend 'ne Tour gehabt...

Worauf der gute Peter sich so 'n bißchen wie ein legitimer Deutscher-Ersatz-Springsteen gefühlt hat. :rofl


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Ragman hat geschrieben:
Ansonsten sang er mit Jackson Browne ein Lied namens "You're a Friend of Mine", was urspruenglich fuer ein Duett mit Bruce geschrieben war.


...und das Stück ist auf Big Man´s Soloalbum "Hero"

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www.bruce-springsteen.tk hat geschrieben:
er portraetierte Big Barry in einem Fernseh-Film namens"Nash Bridges".


"Nash Bridges" ist eine amerikanische Polizei-Serie, guck ich auch schon mal, lief bis vor kurzem noch bei VOX. Vielleicht werden irgendwann mal die ersten Staffeln wiederholt, Clarence spielt so weit ich weiß in 2 oder 3 Folgen der ersten Staffel von 1996 (?) mit.


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Und hatte einen Kurzauftritt in Bill und Teds verrückte Reise durch die Zeit (bzw. dessen Fortsetzung).
Das war damals der erste Film von Keanu Reeves.


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FOLGENDES WEISS DIE IMDB (INTERNET MOVIE DATABASE) ÜBER UNSEREN BIG MAN ZU BERICHTEN:

Clarence Clemons

Nickname:
Big Man

Date of Birth:
11 January 1942, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Spouse:
Elizabeth ' (5 August 2000 - present)

Actor Filmography:
American Bandstand's 50th Anniversary Celebration (2002) (TV) ...Performer
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Live in New York City (2001) (TV) ...Himself
Bruce Springsteen: The Complete Video Anthology 1978-2000 (2001) (V) ...Himself
Blood Brothers: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (2000) (V) ...Himself
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Adam Sandler (1999) (TV) ...(uncredited) Himself ("Dancing in the Dark" video footage)
Swing (1999) ...Jack
Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) ...Louisiana Gator Boys
"Nash Bridges" (1996) ...Big Barry
Fatal Instinct (1993) ...Clarence
"Howie" (1992) ...Self
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989) ...The Three Most Important People in the World
Bruce Springsteen: Video Anthology 1978-1988 (1989) (V) ...Himself
New York, New York (1977) ...Cecil Powell, Trumpet Player in Harlem Club Band

Notable TV Guest Appearances:
"That's Life" (2000) playing Himself in episode #2.10 - Sex in the Suburbs (12/21/2001)
"Simpsons, The" (1989) playing Narrator (voice) in episode #11.9 - Grift of the Magi (12/19/1999)
"Viper" (1996) playing Leo Duquesne in episode #2.12 - Getaway, The (1/26/1998)
"Sin City Spectacular" (1998) playing [unknown] in episode #1.12 )
"Weird Al Show, The" (1997) playing Miner in episode #1.3 - Mining Accident (8/27/1997)
"Sentinel, The" (1996) playing Workman in episode #2.16 - Dead Drop (2/19/1997)
"Nash Bridges" (1996) playing Big Barry in episode #2.12 - 25 Hours of Christmas (12/13/1996)
"Nash Bridges" (1996) playing [unknown] in episode #1.7 - Aloha Nash (5/3/1996)
"Nash Bridges" (1996) playing [unknown] in episode #1.5 - Javelin Catcher (4/19/1996)
"Flash, The" (1990) playing Darrell Hennings in episode #1.3 - Honor Among Thieves (10/25/1990)
"Jake and the Fatman" (1987) playing Blue Danny Boyd in episode #2.5 - Why Can't You Behave? (4/12/1989)
"Diff'rent Strokes" (1978) playing Mr. Kingsley in episode #8.8 - So You Want to Be a Rock Star? (11/15/1985)

Trivia:
- Grew up and around Chesapeake, Virginia.
- Noted saxaphone player for the E Street Band featuring Bruce Springsteen.
- He appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song "Voices That Care."

IMDb URL: http://www.imdb.com/Name?Clemons,+Clarence


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Jaja der Clarence, für mich der beindruckenste E-Streeter, mit einem ganzem Arsenal von Instrumenten ausgerüstet seinem Stuhl (mit 60 ist man nicht mehr der Jüngste) und seinem Hut, als Linksaußen nicht wegzudenken. Scheint wohl auch vom BOSS der beste Kumpel (?) zu sein, so wie ER IHN immer vorstellt. Am stärksten auf der letzten Tour ist sein „Glöckchen“ bei Worlds Apart !!
Die Musikexperten unter Euch können mir bestimmt sagen können, wie das Instrument genau heißt ?!!

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...vor ein paar Monden fand ich folgenden Artikel....

..and i’ll meet You further on up the road...

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....aber Wer hat "Live in Asbury Park"....darüber habe ich im Forum noch nichts gelesen!? Mich würde Eure Meinung zu seiner CD interessieren!


Talkin' with the Big Man
Clarence Clemons is 'Live from Asbury Park'
By Patrick Cooper
CNN
Tuesday, January 28, 2003 Posted: 1:38 PM EST (1838 GMT)

(CNN) -- You can take the Big Man out of the shore, but you can't take the shore out of the Big Man.
In fact, you can take him all the way to Florida and give him a fulfilling life there. But if Clarence Clemons -- the popular saxophonist and Springsteen sidekick known as "Big Man" -- winds up on the New Jersey shore, in a town called Asbury Park, in a legendary club called the Stone Pony, then the tides are right for a good night on the boardwalk.
Clemons recently released a new live recording of just such an occasion, adding his brand of south Florida "metro-rock" to the shore rock family. "Live in Asbury Park" (Valley) captures Clemons performing with his Temple of Soul band as they display a diverse array of musical influences, from rock to Latin to jazz.
The album collects a mix of songs written by Clemons, Springsteen and former ESPN music director John Colby. The arrangements are heavy on the percussion and sax, jumping from slow Florida heat of "Sax in the City" -- Clemons now lives in Palm Beach, Florida -- to the cool downtown beat of "Fatha John." Songs from his early solo work with the Red Bank Rockers also appear, including 1983's "Savin' Up."
How would Clemons sum up the sound? Very simply. "It's all rock and roll to me," he says in a phone interview.
'A special place'
Clemons, 61, recorded the album over Labor Day weekend 2001, during two days of afternoon and night shows in Asbury Park. "Asbury Park's a special place for me," he says. "It's where I really began playing."
Crowds for the shows packed the Stone Pony, the rock club Springsteen made famous in the 1970s and which has returned to operation in recent years. Springsteen himself appeared on the first night to jam with Clemons. Bootleg audience recordings show the Temple of Soul band proving its adeptness, moving from a loose "Peter Gunn" theme into Springsteen's "Pink Cadillac."
The special guest on the second night of the shows was less welcome. A bomb threat briefly emptied the club onto the sidewalk.
Neither the Boss pop-in nor the evacuation make it onto "Live in Asbury Park," but the material's positive reception does. Clemons says he was especially pleased with the audience for the shows.
"This was a project of love," he says. "I love Asbury Park. It's like the Liverpool of America."
He and the Temple of Soul have been touring during breaks in his recent E Street Band obligations. Since the July release of Springsteen's "The Rising," these breaks have been few and far between.
Thumb cymbals and bagpipes
"The Rising" and the subsequent tour placed Clemons in a variety of new musical situations. The Grammy-nominated album's deep mix, along with its somber tones, has limited Clemons' trademark soaring solos, but his saxophone and percussion work have come through strongly when called upon.
"Waiting on a Sunny Day" and "Mary's Place" have been his cues to shine nightly with the new material, along with showpieces such as "Born to Run" and "Dancing in the Dark." Clemons' instrument repertoire has expanded to include tiny thumb cymbals on the Middle Eastern-tinged "Worlds Apart" and even bagpipes on "Into the Fire," albeit briefly.
The bagpipes, which appeared only during tour warm-ups, are a Clemons favorite. He first tried the instrument in Scotland about 15 years ago.
"I picked up the bagpipes," he says, laughing, "and they made some noise."
Now he practices them before all of his performances. The pipes "require a lot more (air) than the saxophone," he explains, providing him with the wind instrument equivalent of downshifting.
Clemons says he prides himself on his off-stage focus, taking his personal trainer on the road with him and working out daily. He suffered a detached retina in November, forcing the postponement of three Springsteen dates, but after surgery was back on stage about a week later. Although still indulging in the occasional cigar, Clemons has been on a health kick in recent years, causing many concert reviewers and fans to comment on the Big Man's slimmed-down appearance.
He takes such praise with a chuckle: "I've moved things around." Still, when he mentions that he's begun to write a cookbook, he points out how none of the "old stuff" will be included. Cooking at the Clemons' house these days is mostly "salads and fish," he says.
Also keeping him busy off-tour has been his community involvement. A sociology major in college and later a social worker (before going full-time into music), Clemons now speaks to school groups and has become active in charities in south Florida.
As active as he is with the two bands, he says the civic work is well worth his time. "It's the greatest thing I do," he says.

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...noch nicht genug vom BIG MAAAAAN ???

OK, ..ja er gibt Konzerte ohne Springsteen... ja er hat einen Sohn, der auch Musik macht... und er spricht vom Krieg ... und er ist 60 .... und er spielt 100 Minuten...

..and i’ll meet You further on up the road...

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PS: ...ich weiß, so viel englisch zu so später Stunde...aber es lohnt sich!!!!
PPS:Ich stelle mit Entsetzen fest:Es gibt noch keinen BIG-MAN-SMILIE !!...oder??

November 30, 2002
-- Concert review --
The Big Man comes home
By Kyle Pucciarello
ASBURY PARK, N.J. -- Driving up Asbury Avenue, through Springsteen's "city of ruins," you can see up ahead the old Palace Amusements, its faded clown faces seemingly crying after having gone dark nearly 15 years ago.
Turning onto Ocean Avenue, you see the deserted boardwalk and the empty Casino.
But one thing was bright last night, the Paramount Theatre, part of Asbury Park's Convention Hall.
Inside the three-quarter packed venue were a congregation of fans from near and far, all there to see their favorite saxophone player, E Street Band legend Clarence Clemons.
The theater, built in the early 1900's, was absolutely beautiful. While waiting for the show to begin, just taking in the entire place was enough.
The lights went down, and out came the opening act: Clarence's son, Nick Clemons.
The "little Big Man" played six songs, an entertaining mix of R&B/Jazz/Punk/Rock 'n' Roll. After his set, the stage was cleared and the lights came back on.
Nearly a half an hour later, the lights went back down and the Temple of Souls came out. They began playing, and then the Big Man walked out.
The show began.
The band ran through many of the songs off its latest album, "Clarence Clemons - Live in Asbury Park," recorded in the summer of 2001 at the Stone Pony.
Songs such as "Washington Bond", "CC Angel", and "Heat of a Full Moon" were absolutely tremendous.
However, Clemons' "One Step Two Step" nearly brought the house down, as did "Jump Start My Heart," two energetic rockers.
Clemons has been on tour with Bruce Springsteen the rest of the E Street Band since early August, and at 60, hasn't been moving around the stage too well.
Also, coming off of his detached retina surgery, one would think Clarence wouldn't have been as good as usual tonight.
But the Big Man was as sharp as ever. He was moving very well on stage and had the energy of his longtime front-man (Springsteen).
At one point in the show, Clemons wanted to wish one of his friends in the audience a happy Chanukah, and then the violin player, Randi Fishenfeld, went to work. She played a tremendous eight minute violin solo (at points backed up by the band) to salute Clemons' friend and celebrate the Jewish holiday. This was one of the highlights of the show.
Afterwards, Clemons began talking about the possible lurking war, in the same manner as Springsteen does before launching "Born in the USA" on the current tour.
He then said, "What I'm talking about here is..." This was pulled straight out of Bruce's book, and the band went into a roaring version of Edwin Starr's "War."
After this, the band kicked into Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son," with lead vocals from Billy Livesay, who seemingly was doing his best John Fogerty on that song.
Clarence then did two songs written by Springsteen, "Savin' Up" and "Paradise by the C," which was introduced as an Asbury Park rocker.
Clemons then launched into a rarely played tune, "You're a Friend of Mine," one of his few solo hits that was recorded with Jackson Browne.
Then the band said their thank yous and goodnights, and many people in the audience began to leave. However, the house lights didn't come up yet, so you knew there was going to be an encore.
Sure enough, about two minutes later, to the roar of an enthusiastic and anticipating crowd, Clemons and the band came back out.
This was one example of how much energy was at this show last night.
Every song the band played was absolutely nailed, and it seemed as if Clemons' sax would blow the place down. This was truly a tremendous and energetic show.
When Clemons came out, many people in the crowd felt that there could be a Springsteen sighting, which is quite customary when the Big Man plays in Asbury Park.
Clemons even fooled the crowd, saying, "Is he out there? Is he out there? Are you out there?"
Even though Springsteen wasn't out there, Clemons and the band kicked into The Boss's classic "Pink Cadillac," and put their own twist on it.
Clemons introduced the band in the middle of this song, and also included a "Party" coda that went until the end of the show.
This was the last song, as Clemons left with a huge smile on his face.
The crowd gave him and the band a standing ovation for nearly two minutes because they knew they had just witnessed an excellent show.
The house lights went up, and the 100-minute concert had come to a close.
But there wasn't a dissatisfied face in the crowd. Everyone had a tremendous time.
Driving down Kingsley at the end of the concert, Asbury Park seemed to come alive. The boarded-up windows and empty streets were filled with happy people who had just witnessed a legend.
As I turned right to get back onto Asbury Avenue and leave the historic town, I looked at those clowns on the Palace Amusements. They seemed to be smiling a little more last night.

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ich geb´s zu, ich habe die information vom spl, finde sie aber ganz lustig.

PAGE SIX TABLOID NEWS in New York City today:

CLARENCE Clemons, the saxophone maestro who has played with Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band for many years, is madly in love with Geraldo Rivera's ex-wife, C.C. Dyer. The two met years ago when Geraldo and C.C. were neighbors of Springsteen and his wife, Patti Scialfa, in New Jersey. Their kids went to the same school. When C.C. went on a tour of Scandinavia with the band in June, sparks flew. "He's divorced. She's divorced. She's crazy about him," a friend said. Flame-haired C.C., who was an ABC News producer when she met Rivera, has two daughters, ages 8 and 10, by the Fox News Channel correspondent. Clemons, who is 6-foot-5 and known as The Big Man, has four sons. Geraldo has also found love. He's marrying Erica Levy Aug. 10 at Central Synagogue, cutting the cake at the Four Seasons, and then honeymooning on the French Riviera. Not much is known about beautiful Levy, 28. But friends describe her as unaffected, down-to-earth, and a healthy influence on the mercurial Rivera.

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...hab' gerade was über einen von Clarence' Söhnen gefunden, vielleicht interessiert's Euch

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Nick Clemons, son of "The Big Man" Clarence Clemons, has a groove all his own! The Nick Clemons Band mixes rock, funk, jazz, r&b, and pop styles into an original uplifting sound which always gets the crowd on its feet! The band is based in the New York City area and has performed in selected spots around the nation.

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oi. vielen dank fuer die infos, thommy!!

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Ich habe am Sa., den 13.06.92 Peter Maffay live gesehen.
Dieser Band gehört damals niemand geringer als Clarence "Big man"
Clemons an.

Clarence hat während dieser Show auch ein Song singen dürfen.
Ich habe diesen Song noch nie so kraftvoll erleben dürfen.
Das war der absolute Hammer!!!
Clarence hat "War" gebracht. Wahnsinn!! Ich bin noch heute ganz hin und weg.

Gruß New!


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