In addition to the countless covers we played, we often took a stab at doing our own originals and What Time Is by Oscar Lloro was one of them. This 45rpm, with the B-side being Quieres Tu Bailar (My Latin Hustle) was released on December 3rd, 1975. It was our first and was recorded at […]
One of our more successful releases was a 45rpm disco version of the classic song Volare witten by D. Modugno. Side B was Lloraras, written by R. Ramirez, the most requested “slow” song we performed. It was recorded at Sound Triangle’s M&M Studios in Hialeah Florida and was released on February 12, 1976.
Doing a recording for a band is probably one of the most exciting, rewarding and tenuous goals a group can have. Even today. But back in the early seventies it was not so easy to come by. Our First album was a self titled release called Clockwork. By today’s standards it was super low-tech, but […]
As mentioned in The First Album post, Duane Munera was the illustrator for our first self-titled release. There was a considerable discussion as to what the cover would be prior to the concept and design done by the drummer, Carlos Segura. Many of the ideas have been lost to time, but below are some sketches […]
Check out this remastered release of “Miami’s Greatest Rock Bands In Concert” on iTunes. It includes some of the most well known groups of the time, including Adam’s Apple, Antiques, Coke, Peter Fernandez, Ray and His Court, Man Trap, Opus, Pearly Queen, Wild Wind and of course, Clockwork.
In 1975, Clockwork recorded its first album at M&M Studios in Hialeah, Florida.
One of Clockwork’s biggest hits was Nostalgia in 1989 to 1990 as was a favorite on Love 94 in Miami.