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Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre

Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre is a multiple reed specialist who has appeared throughout the world in festivals and clubs, at colleges and universities, and on television and radio. His musical associations have included performers such as Sam Rivers, Roscoe Mitchell, Howard Johnson, Warren Smith, Muhal Richard Abrams, Jack DeJohnette, Edward Wilkerson, Jr., Anthony Braxton, LeRoy Jenkins, Dave Holland, Kahil El'Zabar and Leo Smith among many others. At the age of six months, or at least as old as his memory serves, Kalaparush has been listening to music. Actually, it was during this time that his parents took him from their Clarkville, Arkansas home to the southside of Chicago, where they moved into an apartment above Mr

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kahil El'Zabar Quartet: What It Is!

Read "What It Is!" reviewed by Troy Collins

Since the early 1980s percussionist Kahil El'Zabar has led numerous dates as a leader, with much of his work issued by Chicago's Delmark Records. Some of his most impressive efforts for the label have featured collaborations with renowned artists, including New Thing-era luminaries such as Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre, Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp, as well as ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Vision Festival, Days 1-2: June 11-12, 2012

Read "Vision Festival, Days 1-2: June 11-12,  2012" reviewed by John Sharpe

Days 1-2 | Days 3-5 | Days 6-717th Annual Vision FestivalRouletteBrooklyn, NYJune 11-17, 2012For the 17th annual Vision Festival, organizer Patricia Nicholson Parker and her team had assembled one of strongest lineups in many years. Alongside many luminaries of the New York free jazz firmament, including accomplished working bands ...

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Andrew Lamb: Rhapsody In Black

Read "Rhapsody In Black" reviewed by John Sharpe

In spite of a more than three decades on the New York City front line, saxophonist Andrew Lamb remains something of an unknown quantity. Over that time he has amassed only eight leadership dates, the majority on small independent labels. To that total can be added Rhapsody In Black, a live blowing session from 2008 which ...

Extremes

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Self Knowledge; What do you see when you don

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kalaparush McIntyre: Extremes

Read "Extremes" reviewed by John Sharpe

With a relatively small number of recordings in his own right over a 40-year career, any release from AACM veteran Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre is cause for celebration. His fourth outing for the CIMP label showcases a new quartet featuring the even-more-underexposed Will Connell (alto saxophone and bass clarinet), longtime associate Michael Logan (bass) and childhood friend, ...

Paths of Glory

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Dream Of.../ Dance/ Date/ Suite for My Mother/ Five #2/ Five #1/ Let Us All Relax/ Confirmation.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kalaparush & the Light: Paths of Glory

Read "Paths of Glory" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Returns to active duty are of special celebratory importance in jazz. Old lions who return from the wilderness to reclaim their place in the pride often enjoy renewed respect from both peers and pupils. What's often not addressed is the amount of effort and risk required to rebound to form. Witness the story of Henry Grimes, ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

A Fireside Chat with Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre

Read "A Fireside Chat with Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Music is a rare thing. Left to lone interpretation, sound in the form of music, has no dedicated form. If music is to have any future significance beyond pop culture relic, it should have no formula at all. And if authenticity is defined by honesty, the improvisers creating unrelenting radical music are honorable. Perhaps to a ...

South Eastern

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Boston Baked Beans – Florida Sam – The Seminole/ MMMAHJAE/ Baby Babasin/ Arrival of the Midnight Sun/ Antoinette/ Antoinette- take 2/ Kalaparush and The Light/ My Girl Comes to See Me All the Time/ Respectful Anarchy/ Homeless Alcoholic Female Vietnam Vet Who Once Played Sax/ Big John Coltrane – Indian Man/ Boston Baked Beans – Florida Sam – The Seminole- take 4.


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