James Clark is a capable Canadian indie rock artist who plays both the guitar and drums, as well as sings and writes his own songs. Clark Institute is simply one of the stage names he works under. Clark has also spent time as part of a few bands, mostly in the '80s, but went solo around 1991. His debut solo offering, an EP titled Nobody Said, hit the market in 1992. Over the next few years, Clark performed at live gigs, worked with artists, and even placed a few tunes on various artist's albums. Finally, in 1998, his first full-length Clark Institute recording was completed, The Land That Tim Forgot. Bassist Steven Howard, guitarist Greg Bonnell, keyboardist Garry Flint, and drummer Gord Fynes were some of the talent Clark brought in to help out on the album.
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