Antony Clark is a new kind of explorer, his spirit of
adventure guided not by sextant and compass, but by the
instruments and charts of the composer and the faint footprints
of his forebears.
his quest to map the soundscape of our human journey,
he roams continents, listening for echoes of ancient rhythms.
He then pours these primaural relics into his musical
melting pot and gently stirs our souls" ..."
Romántica (remixes) - David Antony Clark & Radha
close melody lines to multi-layered vocals, Céltica Romántica
vividly evokes rugged natural landscapes: from the fields
to the stars. In
this collection of remixes, David Antony Clark joins with
New Zealand singer/songwriter Radha Sahar to combine their
hauntingly evocative compositions, celebrating their Irish
and Scottish roots.
features 10 of David's most popular World Music favourites:
remixed and re-mastered. This collection melds a variety
if ethnic instruments and languages, unique invented sounds,
and modern rhythms to produce powerfully evocative sonic
soundscapes. David's abiding passions are music, travel,
and the natural world and World can, in many ways, be considered
one thousand years ago, voyaging Polynesian canoes discovered
a remote, uninhabited wilderness in the southern Pacific
Ocean: a land with a flora and fauna unlike any on Earth.
Tribal Blood - Manawataki Maori explores the feelings
of wonder and separation of the first people to settle
these extraordinary islands of Aotearoa/New Zealand,
a people who now call themselves Maori. With: Chief
Dancing Thunder, Piripi Rangihaeata, Lester Mohi, Apirana
Riddell, Evan Williams.
Art features remixes and re-masterings of David's most successful
neo-primal classics. A strongly evocative sense of place
and mood pervades this album. The primitive rhythms of our
early ancestors are captured in evocative and melodic soundscapes.
A dazzling variety of sounds are banged or shaken out of
many organic materials then digitally sampled to develop
the basis for David's infectious rhythms. With loping percussion
beats and unhurried arrangements, it recalls life when time
was marked by the sun and stars and modern technology was
a hand axe. Rock Art speaks to the primal being within us
known for his neo-primal instrumental music, David presents
an intriguing four-track EP of lyric-based songs. These
range from the ironic to the autobiographical to the deeply
personal. Take a stroll through the psyche of David Antony
the most ancient of times the shaman has played a fundamental
role in hunting societies around the world. Through the shaman's
intervention the harmonious balance between the spirit and
natural worlds is maintained: crops are harvested, hunts are
successfully completed, and illness is cured or prevented.
This album is dedicated to the spirits those men and women
who have sacrificed so much for humanity and aided in our
survival and well-being throughout countless millennia.
features vocals in reconstructed Proto Indo-european and Tibetan.
Paradise: New Zealand's Natural Soundscape with Les
at the dawn of time. A primordial paradise exquisitely crafted
from the pure sounds of nature"
beautiful CD will take you on a journey into nature you will
never forget. In this stunning, hour-long panorama-in-sound
of New Zealand's natural world, you will visit primordial
rain forests, remote mountain peaks, placid lakes, and ocean
depths. You will hear the voices of over 70 of the fascinating
and unique creatures that make these beautiful Pacific islands
their home. Welcome into their private world where they will
capture your imagination and heart.
environmental soundscapes and contemporary rhythm, David
mixes ethnic voices and instrumentation summoning powerfully
evocative images to capture the spiritual essence of some
of the world's most revered sacred sites. With
this album David uses a variety of ethnic languages and
instruments melding them with unique invented sounds. He
ranges widely - from New Zealand to Nepal, Syria to
Peru and is joined by musicians and vocalists from many
hundreds of years the dream that became America was a dream
that belonged to the people of Ireland
The Leaving Of Ireland is a haunting tribute to the indomitable
spirit of the Irish and a unique musical travelogue of the
great Irish migration to North America in the mid-eighteenth
beautiful work features the sublime voice of Deidre Starr,
the plaintive voices of pipes and whistles, with subtle
evocative musicscapes and emotional narratives.
in New Zealand's southern city of Dunedin, David spent most
of his early years on a musical diet of British folk and
rock. From the age of 15 David played regularly in bands
as acoustic and bass guitarist, touring many of the remotest
parts of the country.
of David’s third decade was spent in Europe, notably in
Ireland, France, Germany, and Austria where he taught English
and guitar. A lengthy period of traveling the hippy highway
brought him into contact with the many cultures of the Middle
East, Indian subcontinent, South America and Nepal, to which
he returns regularly.
love of music, travel and technology combined when he encountered
Jon Mark, formerly of the Mark-Almond band, and his partner
Thelma Burchell and was invited to join their White Cloud
label. David's involvement with White Cloud introduced him
to fellow New Zealand artists Philip
Riley and Peter
Pritchard: an association that continues and
continues to travel the world in his quest for musical and
cultural experience and to record the sounds of environments
and cultures for future generations. He has explored the
Pacific, the Far East and American continent and still his
greatest inspiration continues to be drawn from the beauty
of the natural world.
now lives in Auckland, New Zealand where he and fellow White
Cloud artist and business partner Radha
Sahar run UCA
Recording a digital production and mastering
house specializing in educational resources. He also works
along side Jon Mark as mixing and mastering engineer.
ambition is to continue traveling, spending more time in
Europe and the United States discussing and promoting his
work and pushing yet further the boundaries of neo-primal