Clarence carter - if you let me take you home

Carter's earliest releases were as half of the duo Clarence And Calvin. Also known as the "C And C Boys", the blind duo made seven singles, the last of which was recorded at Fame's Muscle Shoals studio. When his partner, Calvin Thomas (aka Scott), suffered serious injuries in a car accident in 1966, Carter became a solo act (Calvin himself later reappeared as a solo act to… read more

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    The huge success of Born To Run turned Springsteen and the E Street Band into superstars. Over the next two decades, Clemons became the most recognizable member of the group – thanks to his massive size, equally huge personality and his onstage role as Springsteen's foil. During the nightly band introductions, Springsteen always saved Clemons for the end. "He crawled out of his little baby crib when he was two years old and found a dusty saxophone in the closet," Springsteen said during a 2000 concert. "I´m talking about the rest is rock and roll, I'm talking about the Minister of soul, the secretary of the brotherhood, the emperor of E Street? Do I even have to say his name? Do I even have to SAY his name!"

    With Clarence known for his excellent embalming and Alruth for her outstanding speaking ability, the husband and wife team began building their business. Over the years the two managed to stay active in the community helping as many families as they could and maintaining their business. The sacrifices made and the struggles of working seven days a week has grown Carter Funeral Homes, Inc., into a 45 year family owned business offering, consistency and professional detail to your Homegoing and Memorial Services.

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    He became a free agent in 1998 and briefly played for the Baltimore Orioles and San Francisco Giants before retiring. Carter ended his career by popping out to end the game in a one-game playoff against the Chicago Cubs . [10]

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