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Clarinetist/Composer/Bandleader Darryl Harper Releases "The Need's Got To Be So Deep" On Hipnotic Records

Clarinetist/Composer/Bandleader Darryl Harper Releases "The Need's Got To Be So Deep" On Hipnotic Records

2-CD Set Presents Original & Commissioned Compositions For Duo, Trio, Quartet, Quintet, Octet & Works By Jimmy Giuffre, Carla Bley & Yusef Lateef / Guests Include Violinist Regina Carter, Vocalist Marianne Solivan, Pianist Helen Sung & Guitarist Freddie Bryant In an interview from 1989, during which he discussed “the cultural aesthetics of black jazz,” the Pulitzer Prize winning poet Yusef ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Four Artists Of The Jazz Clarinet Renaissance

Read "Four Artists Of The Jazz Clarinet Renaissance" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Since the jazz clarinet never really died, renaissance--or rebirth--may not be the term that best describes what's happening to the instrument in the twenty-first century jazz universe; it is, however, a pretty good one word synopsis.

The licorice stick was there at or near the start, tooting along next to the trumpet and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Darryl Harper: The Edenfred Files

Read "The Edenfred Files" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Clarinetist Darryl Harper has five previous recordings to his credit (all released on HipNOTIC) and has had precious little coverage at All About Jazz. A longtime member of violinist Regina Carter's band, Harper has been chipping away at the edges of hard bop and post-bop since his 2001 recording, The Onus: Recurring Dream. At first blush, ...