(2016) Ten years after Clem’s first solo album, comes the better-late-than-never sophomore release Fifty Clementines. With thirteen previously unreleased songs, Clem brought in 30 friends from all over Virginia to contribute in the fine Charlottesville JLM Studios where he co-produced with James McLaughlin.
Release date 5Jan16
(2010) EP – The Michael Clem Trio features Clem on guitar, mandola, harp & mouth, and he is sandwiched by two fine fellow Charlottesville VA music chums, Rusty Speidel (of SGGL fame) on guitar & higher vocals, plus Thomas Gunn on upright bass & lonesomer vocals.
Recorded one December evening in Crozet VA, this five-pack introductory EP features four new Clem originals, and an ole cowpoke classic, sung by rustlin’ curmudgeons – so ornery – they’d shoot other men just for snorin’.
produced by Dave Stipe & The Michael Clem Trio
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(2006) After 15 years with Eddie from Ohio, and forty years on the planet bassist/guitarist/mouth-organist/mouth-vocalist/tunesmith Michael Clem releases his first solo CD, 1st & 40. Featuring 11 new original songs by Clem, this project was produced by EFO bandmate, Eddie Hartness, who also anchored the drums and percussion. Other guests include Daniel Brindley (on keys), as well as backup vocals from bandmates Julie Murphy Wells and Robbie Schaefer. Clem does everything else, including some trombone (against everyone’s wishes).
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