Chris Clark is an English electronic musician, performing under the mononym Clark. He has produced music for his own albums, as well as music for television, films and video games. He is currently signed to Warp Records. Clark was born Christopher Stephen Clark in 1979 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, where he grew up and attended St Albans School
Christine Elizabeth Clark (born February 1, 1946), better known as Chris Clark, is an American soul, jazz, and blues singer, who recorded for Motown Records. Clark became known to Northern Soul fans for hit songs such as 1965's "Do Right Baby Do Right" (by Berry Gordy) and 1966's "Love's Gone Bad" (nd). She later co-wrote the screenplay for the 1972 motion picture Lady Sings the Blues starring Diana Ross, which earned Clark an Academy Award nomination.
Chris Clark (born February 1, 1946) in Santa Cruz, California, began her career with Motown during the 1960's. She was signed a "tall, tan, blue-eyed, bluesy-sounding" recording artist, who soon moved on to writing and co-writing music for herself and other Motown acts. Clark became famous in England as the "white Negress" (a nickname meant as a compliment), since she toured with fellow Motown artists.
Santa Lucia" is a traditional Neapolitan song. It was translated by Teodoro Cottrau (1827–1879) into Italian and published by the Cottrau firm, as a barcarola, in Naples in 1849. Cottrau translated it from Neapolitan into Italian during the first stage of the Italian unification, the first Neapolitan song to be given Italian lyrics.
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Christine Elizabeth Clark was born in Santa Cruz County, California and early in life wished to become a blues singer. In 1963 she went to work for Motown Records in Detroit for 2 years before making a demo Show more . Christine Elizabeth Clark was born in Santa Cruz County, California and early in life wished to become a blues singer. In 1963 she went to work for Motown Records in Detroit for 2 years before making a demo
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