|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Lady / Army Captain's Daughter||2||Audio||1972||Polydor|
|2||Jazz 2000||10||Audio||1975||Happy Bird|
|3||Ruby Braff With The Ed Bickert Trio||9||Audio||1979||Sackville Recordings|
|4||Live At Baker's Keyboard Lounge||7||Audio||Parkwood Records|
Canadian jazz drummer, born 20 August 1944 in Vancouver, Canada.
[b]1960-65:[/b] Performs with Chris Gage, David Robbins, and often teams up with bassist [a=Don Thompson (2)].
[b]1965-67:[/b] Tours with saxophonist [a=John Handy].
[b]1967-69:[/b] Tours with [a=Fifth Dimension, The].
[b]1970s:[/b] Clarke settles in Toronto working with, among others, [a=Lenny Breau]. He becomes a well known studio drummer while also performing with Boss Brass and other groups led by Canadian bandleaders.
[b]1976:[/b] Begins touring internationally with [a=Jim Hall] in 1976, and maintains that association intermittently through the 1980s.
[b]1981:[/b] Tours with the [a=Oscar Peterson Trio, The].
[b]1985:[/b] Clarke moves to New York, working there while also touring with many musicians including the [a=Toshiko Akiyoshi], [a=Roger Kellaway] and [a=Helen Merrill].
Clarke is currently an adjunct professor at The University of Toronto.