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Anne, a popular name in the music industry gained recognition because of uniqueness present in every project she undertakes.
Audiences from all over the world, from all ages and all backgrounds follow her. Anne's work has reached an even wider audience.
People had followed her career for years via smuggled tapes and distant radio broadcasts in East Germany, Poland, Russia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Romania. Now her texts are used by students in these countries studying English.
Anne Clark was born in Croydon, South London on May 14th 1960 to an Irish mother and a Scottish father. She left school at sixteen. The constraints of her school education however couldn't nullify her unquenchable craving for music, books, curiosity and practical need to be involved with the world around her.
She took a number of jobs including working as a care assistant in a psychiatric hospital and then taking a job at Bonaparte Records, a local independent record store and label. The punk rock scene was just about to explode into life in London.
Dealing with Warehouse Theatre
For 18 months Anne went to them with the idea of putting on shows/acts that were emerging from the punk and new wave scene. Anne worked as an unpaid administrator there for almost 2 years - selling out nights at the theatre featuring acts such as Paul Weller, Linton Kwesi-Johnson, French & Saunders, The Durutti Column, Ben Watt etc etc...
Experimenting with new themes
All the while Anne was experimenting with music and text and made her own debut performance at Richard Strange's Cabaret Futura in London along with Depeche Mode.
Anne was also involved in a number of television projects including programmes for the BBC and a film for Channel 4, Sketch For Someone, which she wrote the script for and which contained contributions from Patrik Fitzgerald and The Durutti Column.
Release of First Album
Anne's songwriting experiments came to fruition with the release of her first album The Sitting Room in 1982. This featured collaborations with Dominic Appleton, latterly of This Mortal Coil and Breathless.
Working with David
During her time at the Warehouse Anne met David Harrow, co-writer on her second album Changing Places in 1983, Joined Up Writing in 1984 and Hopeless Cases in 1987. Anne and David's curiosity with keyboards, synths and samplers led them to create songs and sounds that would provide blueprints for the electronic music of the 80s and 90s - Sleeper In Metropolis........Our Darkness...
Annes Growing Popularity
Never putting limits on her means of expression Anne also experimented with very different sounds, exploring many musical styles, from jazz to folk to classical. These elements play an even greater role in Anne's work today. The popularity of Anne's work grew in Europe and North America.
1985 - Pressure Points
1985 saw the release of Pressure Points and a collaboration with John Foxx, the founder of Ultravox. In 1986 she began working and writing with classically trained pianist Charlie Morgan and as well as joining her on her first US tour he also co-wrote material for the Hopeless Cases album.
1988 saw the release of Anne 's first live album RSVP. At the end of 1987 Anne moved to Norway which was to be her home for 3 years. The move to Scandinavia opened up further experiments with sound and music and she began working with Norwegian musicians Tov Ramstad and Ida Baalsrud. Along with Charlie Morgan the album Unstill Life was released in 1991.
1993- An Anagram Of Wealth
Months of re-assessment and change saw the recording and release of The Law Is An Anagram Of Wealth in 1993. As well as furthering her collaboration with Tov Ramstad, Anne began working with Paul Downing, Martyn Bates and Andy Bell.
1994 - Tour With Acoustic Band
In 1994 Anne decided to take the risk of touring with a purely acoustic band and the successful result of this can be heard on the live recording Psychometry made at the Passionskirche in Berlin in that year.
1995 - To Love And Be Loved
In 1995 she released To Love And Be Loved, another magical blending of electronics and acoustics featuring collaborations with Martyn Bates, Paul Downing, Andy Bell and Chris Elliot.
1996 - Tribute to Annes Work
At the end of 1996 a number of bands, producers and djs made a document of Anne's material as a tribute to the influence her work has had on so many musicians fro the mid 80s to the present day. Re-mixes of cult tracks such as Our Darkness, Sleeper In Metropolis, Wallies and Virtuality were compiled and released as Word-processing.
1998- Just After Sunset
In 1998 Anne returned once again to the acoustic and folk/classical influences, she released Just After Sunset - a collaboration with Martyn Bates featuring translations of the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke.
2002 - Collaboration Projects
Around November 2001 Anne first contacts were made with guitarist Jeff Aug who introduced her to Niko, Murat and Jan-Michael and slowly the pieces were coming together to launch the new acoustic project. Though still performing the Wordprocessing the acoustic project eventually saw the light of day around November 2002.
2005 - Self-inflicted
In 2005, Anne joined up with the Belgian act Implant for the album Self-inflicted, on which she delivered guest vocals.
The album was released via Alfa Matrix Records, which in the meantime had become her home label outside of Germany. She also appeared on the Implant EP Too Many Puppies.
2006 - EP Fade Away
2006 saw Anne back again in the recording studio with Implant for the EP Fade Away, on which she delivered guest vocals and performed a duet with Le?ther Strip's Claus Larsen. And she also appeared on the album Audioblender by Implant, again released via the Alfa Matrix record label.
2007- The Smallest Act of Kindness
In 2007 Anne was in Germany to record her next album The Smallest Act of Kindness, which will be released in September 2008. It will be her first album with original material in 12 years.
The album will be released in a luxury digipack, a high quality CD album jewelcase-size hardbound book with a fine 4-color matte finish on its cover. This digipack book contains the lyrics for all of the album's songs.