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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  RJ le Mar 1 Nov 2011 - 18:55

yvvan a écrit:Un EP pour Noël:
http://www.amazon.com/Theres-Still-Christmas/dp/B005X80M6Q/ref=sr_shvl_album_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1320152555&sr=301-1

uniquement dispo aux USA des Etats Unis d'Amérique?


Egalement dispo sur Spotify

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  Diavol le Mer 7 Déc 2011 - 18:40

Un éclair, puis la nuit...
Une apparition furtive de C dans The Wire (excellente série) dans un épisode que je viens de regarder (saison 3 épisode 4)...


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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  meanjudgebrown le Jeu 8 Déc 2011 - 22:56

Trouvé par hasard sur Rolling Stones :





Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons
Commemorating their final performance
December 7, 2011 | By Andy Greene

Exactly one year ago today, Bruce Springsteen played the final show of his career with Clarence Clemons. In front of a tiny audience at the Carousel House in Asbury Park, Springsteen and the E Street Band played a series of songs from his recently released Darkness on the Edge of Town box set for a Vevo webcast.

It was an unusual night. The setlist was almost composed entirely from Darkness outtakes and each track was played at least twice in a row. After hearing "Racing in the Streets" countless times, it was extremely bizarre to hear a sped-up version with different lyrics.

The show ended with "Blue Christmas," the last song that Springsteen ever performed with Clemons. (They played it twice in a row, so it's hard to know if this video is the actual last thing they did together.) During the show, Springsteen repeatedly asked the fans to run onto the stage. I wound up standing between Bruce and Clarence during a few songs, and even yelling out some lines into the mic. When it ended, much of the band stayed stayed onstage and mingled with the small crowd. I remember Clarence laughing and happily posing for photos with fans as I walked out.

Springsteen and Clemons first played together in 1971 at the Student Prince in Asbury Park , located about a two-minute walk from the Carousel House. Clarence also maintained that the first song they ever did was an early version of "Spirit on the Night." It's somewhat appropriate they started with a song about a bunch of friends having a crazy party, and ended with a song about desperately missing a friend on Christmas.

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  outlawpedro le Mar 20 Déc 2011 - 10:41

Deux concerts en hommage à Big Man les les 6 et 7 Janvier chez lui à Norfolk.

http://www.dailypress.com/news/dp-nws-clarence-clemons-tribute-shows,0,2625434.story

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  Invité le Mer 4 Jan 2012 - 7:59

Je ne me souvenais pas qu'il était dans le film " Blues Brothers 2000 "
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5mL1UOsK74
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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  admin le Lun 9 Jan 2012 - 19:51

Personne pour évoquer le concert hommage à Clarence Clemons qui a eu lieu ce week end:

article + vidéo

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  allumette le Mar 10 Jan 2012 - 8:52

Sur Backstreet :
ASBURY VIA NORFOLK: SATURDAY AT THE NORVA
An unbelievable show on Saturday night, the second of two Clarence Clemons tribute concerts, started off with a moment of serendipity when the MC, New Jersey's Terry Camp, approached center stage and gave a big shout-out to "Norfolk, New Jers..." and then, laughing at his mistake, corrected himself, "Hello, Norfolk, Virginia!" It was truly was an unintended slip, not a joke. That goes to show just how much the Jersey Shore vibe was present at The Norva, right from the very start, with the stellar line-up returning from Friday night's Attucks show. The Nick Clemons Band took the stage at a few minutes past 8, and the show didn't end until about 12:40 in the morning: four-and-a-half hours of heart-stoppin', earth-shakin' rock 'n' roll.

For this former Point Pleasant Beach, NJ native (now a Virginia Beach, VA resident), this show was reminiscent of my old Stone Pony glory days, where I would go with my friends to watch local Jersey Shore musicians jam until the wee hours of the morning, and where the love they felt for each other — and that they gave off to everyone in the audience — was tangible and real. The friendships and camaraderie among everyone on the stage was obvious. Gary U.S. Bonds made repeated reference to "the guy from New Jersey... what's his name? I keep thinking Bob Seger... but no, that's not it..." and when the audience responded with the inevitable "Brooooce," Bonds replied, laughing, "Yeah, I booed him too." That was the kind of joking that went on back and forth on stage all night long.

On a more personal note, what was really cool about the night for me — aside from the rock 'n' roll icons and awesome musical talent assembled on stage —was that I was accompanied by my soon-to-be 19-year-old daughter, who has attended countless Bruce concerts with me listened to me regale her with untold stories from my old stomping grounds. At the start of the night she leaned over to me and said, "I think I'm the only person here under 40." To which I replied, "You're the only person I know who's not even in their 20s yet and knows how cool it is to be here tonight." It was a happy night for us both, perhaps for different reasons, but it was a father/daughter evening I will cherish forever, the highlight of which was dancing together while Southside Johnny sang the timeless classic "Havin' a Party": "'cause I'm having such a good time, dancing with my baby!"



Southside also teamed up with Bonds on a powerful "You've Lost that Loving Feeling," and he stole the mic and the show for "On the Dark Side" with John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band.

After Jobonanno's "Spirit in the Night" brought the house down, already drenched in sweat from singing and dancing all night, I thought to myself, "This must be it; what a way to end the show." But then came "Tenth Avenue Freeze-out," and when I thought there couldn't possibly be more, then came "Rosalita." Jobonanno led what started off as a tender — but ended up raucous — "Suspicious Minds," in tribute to the anniversaries of his own father's birthday, Elvis Presley's January 8 birthday (which by that time, after midnight, it was), Clarence Clemons' birthday (January 11th), and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday (January 15th). And when I thought, "Okay, that was really it," then came an unbelievable encore medley led by Gary U.S. Bonds — with everyone on stage together, laughing, not knowing what song was going to be played next, forgetting the words, looking at each other with laughter and love in their eyes — starting with Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" and continuing with a medley of great bar-band, classic rock 'n' roll.The numerous anecdotes told throughout the night in tribute to Clarence by his friends and family were heartfelt, and the Big Man's spirit was present among us for sure.
- updated January 9, 2012 - Andre Hutchinson reporting




ASBURY VIA NORFOLK: FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE ATTUCKS THEATRE
It was great to be in Asbury Park last night — wait, I mean Norfolk, VA — for the first of two tributes to Clarence Clemons this weekend. For years I have made repeated treks up 13N to see such great musicians as Gary U.S. Bonds, Garry Tallent, Southside Johnny, Bobby Bandiera, and Vini Lopez, to name just a few, and finally after all these years, here they all were in my town, on my stage!

The historic Attucks Theatre was packed to the rafters with family and fans of Norfolk native Clarence Clemons, brought together not because of the faux buzz about some Boss, but to pay homage to one of our own. It was an electric night, and from my front row view, it was a piece of Jersey Rock heaven.

The evening opened with the Nick Clemons Band, being seen and heard for the first time by many of his relatives in the theatre. Said Nick, "Dad broke a lot of hearts in this town." Nick was followed by Jake Clemons [pictured right, with Nick in background], who did an acoustic set and spoke tenderly of his late uncle and how there wasn't one person in the room Clarence didn't touch. Jake showed off his Clarence-owned boots that had traveled for ten years, all over the world. "Clarence is in the garden now," he said as he sang "A Fool in Love" with assistance on the sax from Michael "Tunes" Antunes of the Beaver Brown Band.

Denise Christison of the Attucks Theatre did the official welcome and revealed that Clarence had seen James Brown in the theatre as a teenager. She then introduced Gary U.S. Bonds, who was the master of ceremonies for the rest of the night. Gary's band was a who's who of Asbury Park musicians, a supergroup consisiting of Vini Lopez on drums, Garry W. Tallent on bass [left], Bobby Bandiera on lead guitar, with the horn section including members of Nick's band, Jake, and Antunes.

Gary opened with "New Orleans" followed by "This Little Girl," Southside Johnny popping on stage to sing backing vocals with Bobby. Bonds sang the song Little Steven wrote for him, "Daddy's Come Home," and shared his feelings about Clarence when the song was first recorded and how haunting his sax solo was. "Quarter to Three" got the joint jumpin' and shook the theatre so hard pieces of the old rafters fell like snow.

Vini Lopez took two solo spots, "Going Down to Georgia" and "Crown Liquor," with assistance from Nick and Jake.

John Cafferty took the stage next, telling of his last time with Clarence at a fundraiser in Rhode Island and of how C treated everyone on the crew like family. But the emotional highlight of his set was during "Tender Years," when Antunes took the spotlight and spoke from his heart about how Clarence's talent has clearly passed on to his family; he then played the most emotional sax solo that drew a spiritual response from members of the Clemons family in the audience, plus cheers and tears and a standing ovation from the crowd.

The evening continued with sets from Southside Johnny (including "The Fever" and "I Don't Want to Go Home") and Bobby Bandiera [right], closing out with Garry Tallent anchoring a set of E Street specials. Jobonanno took lead vocals here for "Spirit in the Night," "Tenth Avenue Freeze-out," and a full-band, trainwreck-fun version of "Rosalita" immediately going into Jake doing the "Jungleland" solo to cap the night.

It was an emotional and highly charged evening of music by the family and friends who have loved and played with Clarence for over three decades, and it was truly our honor to have it here in Norfolk.







Southside Johnny Having a Party for Clarence Clemons Tribute
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=LLadqGkO5xc#!

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70 ans de Big Man !

Message  RUDYBOY le Mer 11 Jan 2012 - 12:59

Une grosse pensée pour THE BIGGEST MAN WE' VE EVER SEEN!!!!

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Happy C

Message  celfra07 le Mer 11 Jan 2012 - 15:20

See you on tour C ...

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  JC le Mer 11 Jan 2012 - 15:59

Happy Birthday C... & à ma Maman aussi.

Il y a 17 ans jour pour jour il coupait un gâteau au milieu du E Street Band lors des sessions du GREATEST HITS, j'aime garder cette image d'un anniversaire de Clarence. La simple envie de partager une accolade chaleureuse avec ce Grand Monsieur qui manque terriblement.

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Who Do I Think I Am

Message  badlands le Mer 11 Jan 2012 - 18:22

Vu sur le site de Clarence Clemons. Peut être quelqu'un en à déjà parlé mais avez vous des infos.
Voir le lien : http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi3591084569/

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  TOF le Sam 14 Jan 2012 - 7:08

badlands a écrit:Vu sur le site de Clarence Clemons. Peut être quelqu'un en à déjà parlé mais avez vous des infos.
Voir le lien : http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi3591084569/

Clarence Clemons Asks: Who Do I Think I Am?

Quelques articles ici et là.

“Who Do I Think I Am? A Portrait of a Journey” screening at Garden State Film Festival
Where: Paramount Theatre, Boardwalk and Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park
When: Saturday at 8:45 p.m. <- Vu que l'article était du mardi 29/03, j'en déduis un joli Samedi 2 avril !!!
How much: $10; visit gsff.org or brownpapertickets.com.

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  fab80s le Sam 14 Jan 2012 - 10:03

Vu sur Point Blank, le clip d'une chanson de Clarence. Le laveur de voiture me dit quelque chose... RIP Clarence.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA6QbhghDxE&feature=player_embedded#!

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  outlawpedro le Lun 18 Juin 2012 - 9:04

Un an aujourd'hui .... Crying or Very sad
J'attends demain avec impatience.

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  RollOfTheDice le Lun 18 Juin 2012 - 10:53

Que le temps passe vite ... Paradise by the "C"

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  Bibi Jean le Lun 18 Juin 2012 - 11:48

RIP Clarence Crying or Very sad


Dernière édition par Bibi Jean le Jeu 19 Juin 2014 - 9:28, édité 1 fois

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  RUDYBOY le Lun 18 Juin 2012 - 19:14

THE BIGGEST MAN YOU CAN'T EVER FORGET!!!!!!!!! CLARENCE "BIG MAN" CLEMONS!!!

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  bill horton le Lun 18 Juin 2012 - 19:29


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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  nanou le Lun 18 Juin 2012 - 21:24

Comme le dit Bruce à chaque concert, si le Band est là, et si le public est là, alors ILS sont là.
Bon, ben, à demain Danny et CC, et surtout ne soyez pas en retard, on vous attend  

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  nanou le Dim 24 Juin 2012 - 15:08

Je suppose que tout le monde maintenant a vu l'hommage à Clarence sur Tenth.
Quelqu'un a chopé un détail, que je n'avais pas vu, qui le rend encore plus 


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Don Reo et Clarence Clemons

Message  Brewster le Sam 10 Aoû 2013 - 13:21

Je viens de lire le livre de Clemons, j'ai mis le temps pour m'y mettre, mais des vacances sont toujours le bon moment pour cela. Et bien je le conseille fortement a ceux qui ne l'aurait pas encore lu, en existent t ils sur ce forum ? J'en doute un peu, mais n'étant pas moi même hors norme, il en reste c'est certain.
Ce livre qui pourrait vraiment faire l'objet d'un biopic sympa comme tout, sur cet axe fake et true story partant d'un musicien malade dans un lit d'une clinique, sous sédatif, pensant sa vie mais aussi imaginant d'autre rêve de rencontres improbables, c'est vraiment comme cela que j'ai lu avec un grand plaisir ce livre, écoutant le seul bootleg qui traînait sur mon pod, un Boston du 25 mars 1977 (un bonheur, je reviendrai sur ces boots dans un autre post, un jour, les reprenant un par un dans l'ordre, il est temps désormais aussi de se pencher sur le passé.)
Ce livre est une charge spirituelle ou la mort est présente, l'amitié, le sens de la vie et du temps qui passe. Pour le "docteur" que je suis, et particulièrement spécialisé en orthopédie pour faire simple, chaque chapitre ayant comme file rouge l'intervention sur ces genoux a venir et la souffrance du big man face a ses problèmes orthopédiques de hanches, de genoux, de dos, je n'en ai été que plus touche et sensible. Petite remarque a Hugues Barrière d'ailleurs, le félicitant de bien beau travail, il n'y a pas de greffe de genou, en particulier de genou noir ( ceux qui liront ce livre comprendront), mais tout simplement si je puis dire, des prothèses.
Ce livre est donc une merveille, décalé à souhait, parsème le long des chapitres d'allusions au boss mais a plein d'autres choses, on est désole de le quitter...
Je vais attaquer la bio récente de Bruce désormais.
À bientôt
Blood brother brewster, direct from a small cottage in the heart of England.

PS: j'oubliais, je fus forcément très très très sensible au chapitre sur l'écosse, mon 2ème pays, merci Annie

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  marcolas le Mer 18 Juin 2014 - 14:58

3 ans aujourd'hui et une émotion toujours aussi forte.

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  JC le Mer 18 Juin 2014 - 16:30

marcolas a écrit:3 ans aujourd'hui et une émotion toujours aussi forte.

La peine du 18 juin... effectivement.

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  Marc le Mer 18 Juin 2014 - 16:38

JC a écrit:
marcolas a écrit:3 ans aujourd'hui et une émotion toujours aussi forte.

La peine du 18 juin... effectivement.

mdr 

JC de trouver mieux mais j'y arrive pas  No No 

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  RUDYBOY le Jeu 19 Juin 2014 - 8:17

Always "the biggest man we ever seen"... Toujours présent sur scène, par les ondes, lorsque Jake Clemons fait l'écho de son oncle avec son saxophone." Il mourra avec le E Street Band"... Parce que c'est un groupe mythique.

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