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Kalaparusha Difda

The outstanding Chicago musician better referred to as Maurice McIntyre. He was a founding person in the Association for the Advancement of Innovative Music artists in 1965, and produced his documenting debut being a sideman on Roscoe Mitchell’s record Sound. McIntyre performed drums as a kid in Chicago, afterwards switching to clarinet and sax and getting lessons from Warren Smith, Sr. He’s performed and documented with a great many other AACM associates, included in this Muhal Richard Abrams. McIntyre caused Jerome Cooper in the past due ’60s, then briefly moved to NY. He returned to Chicago in 1970, after that returned to NY in 1974, functioning once again with Cooper in to the ’80s. McIntyre also caused Warren Smith, Sonny Smith, Wilber Morris and many other groups.

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