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Trumpeter Raphe Malik, a fixture in the bands of Cecil Taylor and Jimmy Lyons during the 1970s and 80s, has died of a prolonged illness. He had undergone a liver transplant a year ago but continued to suffer ill health up until his death on March 8, 2006. He was 57 years old.

Malik was born Laurence Mazel in Cambridge, Massachusetts on November 1, 1948. He was a regional tennis champion in high school but foresaw a career in music for himself. Mazel attended UMass-Amherst in the late 1960s, then spent some time checking out the free-jazz scene in Paris before going to Ohio's Antioch College

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Article: Album Review

Chris Pitsiokos, Susana Santos Silva, Torbjörn Zetterberg: Child Of Illusion

Read "Child Of Illusion" reviewed by Don Phipps


Selecting a cover illustration of a dark and menacing four-armed lemur, the trio of musicians on the album Child Of Illusion, Chris Pitsiokos (alto sax), Susana Santos Silva (trumpet), and Torbjörn Zetterberg (double bass), signal that this album will pack an unusual musical wallop. And indeed it does, with top level improvisations that explore dynamics and ...

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Article: Under the Radar

An Evil Clown and a Leap of Faith

Read "An Evil Clown and a Leap of Faith" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


"I don't have a half-speed for music, if I do it, I'm all in..."--PEK If the Evil Clown record label is prolific on a per capita basis, then its founder is exponentially more inexhaustible. David Peck (aka PEK) founded the label--at first, unbranded--and its roots date back a little more than twenty years ...

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Article: Album Review

Cecil Taylor: Live In The Black Forest

Read "Live In The Black Forest" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


A retrospective look at the sixty-year career of Cecil Taylor, in progress at the Whitney Museum of American Art, incorporates the museum's unobstructed spaces and impressive views of New York City with multimedia documentation of the great composer/pianist's sixty years of creative invention. That openness is emblematic of Taylor's own absence of artistic boundaries. He has ...

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Article: Interview

Marco Eneidi: Pallettes of Color & Sound

Read "Marco Eneidi: Pallettes of Color & Sound" reviewed by Anna Poczatek


Marco Eneidi seems to become a forgotten artist. Which is odd, at the very least, because his improvisation workshops are attended by the first seat of the Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich, and because, in just the past few years, the saxophonist has played with artists including pianist Cecil Taylor, guitarist Joe Morris, reed multi-instrumentalists Roscoe Mitchell, Peter Brötzmann ...

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Article: Interview

Eric Zinman: The Piano as Endangered Species

Read "Eric Zinman: The Piano as Endangered Species" reviewed by Brian Wrentham


For over twenty years, pianist/composer Eric Zinman has been crafting his own approach to his instrument, since meeting trumpeter Bill Dixon in the '80s. He views himself as an ensemble player, who plays to include; in addition to his own writing, his trio disc, Eric Zinman Ensemble (Cadence, 2006), features short pieces by John Voigt, Laurence ...

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News: Obituary

Raphe Malik: Free Jazz Trumpeter

Raphe Malik: Free Jazz Trumpeter

By Todd S. Jenkins Born: November 1, 1948 in Cambridge, MA Died: March 8, 2006 in Guilford, VT Trumpeter Raphe Malik, a fixture in the bands of Cecil Taylor and Jimmy Lyons during the 1970s and 80s, has died of a prolonged illness. He had undergone a liver transplant a year ago but continued ...

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News: Obituary

Raphe Malik Passes at 57

Raphe Malik Passes at 57

GUILFORD -- Laurence Mazel (Raphe Malik), 57, noted jazz musician, has died after a long illness. He was in born in Cambridge, Mass., on Nov. 1, 1948. He lived in Boston, Lawrence and Andover, Mass. During his high school years he was Northeast Regional tennis champion for New England, and studied Mandarin Chinese through a State ...

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Last Set: Live at the 1369 Jazz Club

Label: Boxholder Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Sad C 2. Companions #2 3. Chaser

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Sympathy

Label: Boxholder Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Tewtament, Resolving a Quote, Velcoity, Space March, Hypersonic, Motivic, untitled dialogue, Call and Response, Escape Route


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