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Cross The Line - Clarence Clemons - Hero (CD, Album)

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  • Faemi
    I Wanna Be Your Hero Written-By – Mokshagun Clarence Clemons*, Jeffrey Cohen, Narada Michael Walden, Preston Glass: B2: Cross The Line Producer – Morrie Brown Written-By – Mokshagun Clarence Clemons*, Jude Johnstone, Lloyd Landesman, Morrie Brown: B3: Kissin' On U Written-By – Jeffrey Cohen, Narada Michael Walden: B4 /5(48).
  • Tezshura
    Label: CBS - CBS 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Pop Rock Clarence Clemons - Hero (CD) | Discogs Explore3/5(2).
  • Nikojin
    I Wanna Be Your Hero Written-By – Mokshagun Clarence Clemons*, Jeffrey Cohen, Narada Michael Walden, Preston Glass: 7: Cross The Line Producer – Morrie Brown Written-By – Mokshagun Clarence Clemons*, Jude Johnstone, Lloyd Landesman, Morrie Brown: 8: Kissin' On U Written-By – Jeffrey Cohen, Narada Michael Walden: 9.
  • Arashimuro
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hero on Discogs/5(2).
  • Kezilkree
    The late, great Clarence Clemons was of course best known as the sax player and right hand man to Bruce Springsteen in the E Street Band. But he did record some music of his own, first with 's Rescue and then the follow-up in , Hero. Rescue was recorded with his backing band at the time The Red Bank Rockers/5(26).
  • Tojakasa
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hero - Clarence Clemons & the Red Bank Rockers on AllMusic - - Narada Michael Walden produces most of this album 8/
  • Sazshura
    The album’s big hit and Mr. Clemons only solo chart appearance is his duet with Jackson Browne that kicks off the album, “You’re A Friend Of Mine”. It’s great to see a musician step from the shadows of a legend and make a mark on his own, and Clarence Clemons does that remarkably well here.
  • Dairamar
    Jan 28,  · Narada Michael Walden produces most of this album by Mokshagun Clarence Clemons, known to the world as the "Big Man." His unmistakable saxophone that lifted many a Bruce Springsteen tune sounds like it was lifted right out of a Phil Spector session on geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co: Clarence Clemons.

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