|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Soli Solo... Plus||9||Audio||1985||Arc - Les Amis Du Musée D'Art Moderne De La Ville De Paris|
|3||Le Vivre||5||Audio||1994||Minuit 5 Regards|
|4||A Winter's Tale||8||Audio||1993-10-01||Nato|
|8||Albert Live In Montreux!||4||Audio||1981|
|9||Takiya ! Tokaya !||8||Audio||1997||Label Hopi|
|10||Divieto Di Santificazione||9||Audio||1977||Horo Records|
|11||En Direct D'Antibes||4||Audio||1980||Carlyne Music|
|12||La Maison Fille Du Soleil||2||Audio||1965||Studio Scriptone Nantes|
|14||Session In Paris, Vol. 2 "Colour Of Dream"||6||Audio||1980||Paddle Wheel|
|15||Senza Tempo||7||Audio||1990||Egg Farm|
French jazz double bass player, born 12 July 1944 in Toulouse, France, died 6 October 1998 in Paris, France.
Jean-François "J.F." Jenny-Clark was a French double bass player who appeared, estimated as one of the most important bass players of European jazz.
Together with drummer [a=Aldo Romano] he provided the rhythm section for [a=Don Cherry]'s European quintet of 1965, recorded with [a=Steve Lacy] and performed concerts with [a=Keith Jarrett] (around 1970) and for [a=Jasper van't Hof]'s group [a=Pork Pie] (with [a=Charlie Mariano]) (around 1975).
As a member of [a=Diego Masson]'s [a=Ensemble Musique Vivante] he was interpreting contemporary music compositions by [a=John Cage], [a=Luciano Berio], [a=Mauricio Kagel], [a=Karlheinz Stockhausen], [a=Pierre Boulez], or [a=Vinko Globokar].
Together with [a=Albert Mangelsdorff] he led the German-French jazz ensemble, 1984 to 1987. Since 1985 Jenny-Clark was mainly working in an acclaimed trio with German pianist [a=Joachim Kühn] and Swiss drummer [a=Daniel Humair].