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Name:Ken McIntyre Stone Blues (1960) [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Ken McIntyre - Stone Blues
Year: 1960 - Label: New Jazz
Label: OJC (1993)
Total time: 44:47
Bitrate: 320 kbps

This early effort by Ken McIntyre (who doubles here on alto and flute) grows in interest with each listen. On a couple of his six originals (including a song called 'Cornballs'), McIntyre slide humorously between notes but other selections are much more serious. McIntyre's sidemen are now somewhat obscure (trombonist John Mancebo Lewis, pianist Dizzy Sal, bassist Paul Morrison and drummer Bobby Ward) but they fit well into his conception which at this early stage was essentially advanced bop slightly influenced by the 'new thing' music of Ornette Coleman. This interesting set has been reissued on CD. ~ Scott Yanow, AMG

Biography - From Wikipedia
McIntyre was born in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to his primary instrument, the alto saxophone, he also played flute, bass clarinet, oboe, bassoon, and many other woodwind instruments, as well as double bass, drum set, and piano. He recorded thirteen albums, one of which was released posthumously. He composed well over 400 compositions, and wrote about 200 arrangements, reflecting the culture of his Caribbean and African American roots, including blues, jazz, and calypso. His very first album entitled Stone Blues was recorded in 1960, accompanied by local Boston musicians with whom he had been rehearsing for several years.

Over the course of his career, McIntyre performed or recorded with: Nat Adderley, Jaki Byard, Ron Carter, Eric Dolphy, Charlie Haden, Daoud A. Haroon, Richard Harper, David Murray, Cecil Taylor and Reggie Workman, among others, and was a member of the innovative group Beaver Harris and the 360 Degree Ensemble.

After serving two years in the U.S. Army, McIntyre earned a bachelor's degree in music composition from the Boston Conservatory in 1958, with a certificate in flute performance, and a master's degree in music composition from the Boston Conservatory in 1959. He also went on to earn a doctorate (Ed.D.) in curriculum design from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1975.

Personnel:
Ken McIntyre (Alto Saxophone and Flute)
John Mancebo Lewis (Trombone)
Dizzy Sal (Piano)
Paul Morrison (Double Bass)
Bobby Ward (Drums and Percussion)

Ken McIntyre - Stone Blues Tracks:
01 Stone Blues 11:47
02 Cornballs 4:24
03 Blanche 6:03
04 Mellifluous 7:17
05 Smax 5:09
06 Charshee 4:41
07 I'll Close my Eyes (Billy Reid/Buddy Kaye) 5:22
All compositions by Ken McIntyre, except as indicated

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