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Sf. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch, March 12, 1981; February 21, 1985; February 28,1985; July 19,1987; March 3,1988; December 21, 1989. Time, January 12, 1976. —Megan Rubiner F Clarence demons Saxophonist, singer, songwriter or almost two decades Clarence Clemons was the source of the driving tenor saxophone riffs in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. Known as the King of the World, the Master of Disaster, and especially the Big Man, Clemons provided energetic backup vocals and music on many of Springsteen's best-selling albums.
With Dee Dee Sharp) "Slow Twistin'," c. 1962. "Limbo Rock," 1963. Albums; on Cameo Records except where noted Twist, 1960. Twistin' Round the World, 1961. Your Twist Party, 1961. Lef's Twist Again, c. 1962. For Twisters Only, c. 1962. For Teen Twisters, 1962. Don't Knock, 1962. Limbo Party, 1963. Lef's Limbo More, 1963. Chubby Checker's Biggest Hits, 1963. Beach Party, 1963. Chubby Checker in Person, 1963. Folk Album, 1964. Chubby's Dance Party, Dominion. The Change Has Come, MCA, 1982. Sources Books Stambler, Irwin, The Encyclopedia of Pop, Rock, and Soul, St.
Newton, NJ 07860. " Performing together since the early 1960s, the Chieftains have built a following that spans the musical spectrum; pop, rock, folk, and classical music critics alike rave about their albums and performances and their collaborators have ranged from traditional Chinese ensembles to classical flutist James Galway and rocker Elvis Costello. They are praised for both their musical skills, which Mason called "technically superb," and their live performances. "Sheer, unabashed virtuosity is the Chieftains' strongest selling point, whether they are piping hot or cool.