Ken McIntyre – “Stone Blues”

Prestige Records – Recorded May 31, 1960 Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Credits:

Alto Saxophone – Ken McIntyre
Bass – Paul Morrison
Drums – Bobby Ward
Flute – Ken McIntyre (tracks: A3, B1, B3)
Piano – Dizzy Sal
Trombone – John Mancebo Lewis

Written-By – Ken McIntyre (tracks: A1 to B3)
Supervised By – Esmond Edwards
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Design [Cover] – Don Schlitten
Liner Notes – Joe Goldberg

 Tracklist:

A1     Stone Blues:     11:44
A2     Cornballs:     4:21
A3     Blanche:     6:00
B1     Mellifluous:     7:14
B2     Smax:     5:07
B3     Charshee:     4:39
B4     I’ll Close My Eyes:    5:22 (written-By – Kaye*, Reid*)

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Liner notes by Joe Goldberg

It is not until just recently that anyone like Ken McIntyre would have come onto the jazz scene; a man with a Master’s degree in music from the Boston Conservatory who has decided to be a jazz musician; whose feelings about jazz have led him to abandon certain classical techniques; and whose abandonment of those techniques have caused certain less-than-astute auditors to say that he does not know how to play his instrument.

That last charge is the in