Clifford Carter

Clifford Carter

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Clifford Carter is an American keyboardist. He has sometimes been credited as "Cliff Carter".

Carter is known for his performances with such artists as James Taylor,[1] Michael Franks, and Herbie Mann and as a member of the groups Elements, Grace Pool, and the 24th Street Band.

In 1993 he released a solo album, Walkin' into the Sun, which featured nine of his own compositions.

Discography

Solo albums

  • Walkin' into the Sun — (1993)

Selected credits with other artists

  • Rory BlockI'm Every Woman — (2002)
  • Rosanne Cash — Interiors — (1990)
  • Natalie Cole:
    • Snowfall on the Sahara — (1999)
    • Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 — (2000)
  • Mark Egan:
    • Mosaic — (1985)
    • Blown Away; (1985)
    • Beyond Words — (1990)
    • Freedom Town — (2001)
  • Bill Evans
    • The Alternative Man (1985)
  • Michael Franks:
    • Skin Dive — (1985)
    • Camera Never Lies — (1987)
    • Michael Franks Anthology: The Art of Love — (2003)
  • Morgana King:
    • This Is Always — (1992)
    • Every Once in a While — (1997)
  • Yusef Lateef:
    • Autophysiopsychic (CTI, 1977)
  • Chuck Loeb — Moon, the Stars & the Setting Sun — (1998)
  • Michael Manring — Drastic Measures — (1991)
  • Amanda McBroom — Waiting Heart — (1997)
  • Patti Scialfa23rd Street Lullaby — (2004)
  • Paul SimonYou're the One — (2000)
  • Jeremy Steig
    • Firefly (CTI, 1977)
  • James Taylor:
    • That's Why I'm Here — (1985)
    • Never Die Young — (1988)
    • New Moon Shine — (1991)
    • (LIVE) — (1993)
    • (Best LIVE) — (1994)
    • Hourglass — (1997)
    • Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 — (2000)
    • October Road — (2002)
  • Kate Taylor — Beautiful Road — (2003)
  • Village PeopleLive and Sleazy — (1979)
  • Original Soundtracks:
    • A Chorus Line — (1985)

References

  1. Strong, M., The Great Rock Discography (7 ed.), New York, ISBN 1-84195-615-5.

External links

  • Clifford Carter's Official Web Site
  • Clifford Carter at the Internet Movie Database
  • Clifford Carter at All Music Guide
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