Clark Tracey

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Clark Tracey (born 5 February 1961) is a British jazz drummer, band leader, and composer.wikipedia
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Alec Dankworth

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Tracey played in several ensembles with his father Stan Tracey from 1978 until 2013, including a quartet called Fathers and Sons with John and Alec Dankworth in the 1990s.
Between 1980 and 1983 he toured the United States, Australia, and Europe with them, going on to work with Tommy Chase, the BBC Big Band, and Clark Tracey, with whom he recorded two albums.

Stan Tracey

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Tracey played in several ensembles with his father Stan Tracey from 1978 until 2013, including a quartet called Fathers and Sons with John and Alec Dankworth in the 1990s.
At Decca Records, Tracey met his future wife, Jackie Buckland (3 April 1929 – 13 August 2009 ); the couple had two children Clark and Sarah.

Guy Barker

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He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992). He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.
Barker was a member of Clark Tracey's quintet from 1984 to 1992.

Jamie Talbot

He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.
He attended the Royal College of Music during 1978-79, then recorded throughout the decades of the 1980s and 1990s with Clark Tracey, Stan Tracey, Jack Sharpe, John Dankworth, Colin Towns, Guy Barker, Richard Niles, Shorty Rogers, Michael Nyman, and Bud Shank.

Nigel Hitchcock

He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.

Alan Barnes (musician)

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He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.
He performed as a member of Clark Tracey’s Tribute to Art Blakey and was featured on the David Newton/Clark Tracey recording Bootleg Eric.

Tommy Smith (saxophonist)

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He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992).

Zoe Rahman

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He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.
These have included: Courtney Pine; Clark Tracey's New Quintet; Soothsayers; Jerry Dammers' Spatial AKA Orchestra; Keziah Jones (2003/2004 European tours); David Walcott (2003 Festival, Barbados); Mekaal Hasan (2001 tour, Pakistan).

Mark Nightingale

He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.

Kit Downes

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He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.

Bryan Spring

Tracey first played piano and vibraphone before switching to drums at age 13, studying under Bryan Spring.

John Dankworth

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Tracey played in several ensembles with his father Stan Tracey from 1978 until 2013, including a quartet called Fathers and Sons with John and Alec Dankworth in the 1990s.

Scott Hamilton (musician)

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In addition to his extensive work with his father, Tracey has played with many visiting American musicians such as Scott Hamilton, Johnny Griffin, Red Rodney, Barney Kessell, John Hicks and Pharoah Sanders throughout his career.

Johnny Griffin

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In addition to his extensive work with his father, Tracey has played with many visiting American musicians such as Scott Hamilton, Johnny Griffin, Red Rodney, Barney Kessell, John Hicks and Pharoah Sanders throughout his career.

Red Rodney

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In addition to his extensive work with his father, Tracey has played with many visiting American musicians such as Scott Hamilton, Johnny Griffin, Red Rodney, Barney Kessell, John Hicks and Pharoah Sanders throughout his career.

Barney Kessel

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In addition to his extensive work with his father, Tracey has played with many visiting American musicians such as Scott Hamilton, Johnny Griffin, Red Rodney, Barney Kessell, John Hicks and Pharoah Sanders throughout his career.

John Hicks

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In addition to his extensive work with his father, Tracey has played with many visiting American musicians such as Scott Hamilton, Johnny Griffin, Red Rodney, Barney Kessell, John Hicks and Pharoah Sanders throughout his career.

Pharoah Sanders

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In addition to his extensive work with his father, Tracey has played with many visiting American musicians such as Scott Hamilton, Johnny Griffin, Red Rodney, Barney Kessell, John Hicks and Pharoah Sanders throughout his career.

Buddy DeFranco

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He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992).

Martin Taylor (guitarist)

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He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992).

Charlie Rouse

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He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992).

Alan Skidmore

He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992).

Hong Kong

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He also worked and recorded with Buddy DeFranco and Martin Taylor from 1984–86, then with Charlie Rouse (1988), Alan Skidmore in Hong Kong (1989), Tommy Smith (1989), and Guy Barker (1992).

Django Bates

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He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.

Iain Ballamy

He has led his own ensembles since the early 1980s; in these combos he has played with Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Mark Nightingale, Dave O'Higgins, Steve Melling, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Mornington Lockett, Jean Toussaint, Simon Allen, Kit Downes, Zoe Rahman and Alan Barnes.