Makanda Ken McIntyre
Makanda Ken McIntyre was outspoken. In lectures, work- shops, interviews, and concerts he spoke with candor and courage about race, slavery, the roots of African-American music, the record industry, and the personal events that shaped his development. Makanda also thought it was important for musicians to talk about the music they played in the hope that words might fill the gap that sometimes exists between listening and hearing. Hear now the voice of Makanda Ken McIntyre in one interview from Cadence magazine and three radio interviews on mp3.
at College at Old Westbury