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Maceo Parker Resource Center
Last update January 2005
This extensive database contains a wide range of resources about Maceo Parker. This huge database covers: Press articles, interviews, album reviews, portrait, biography and many more...
Interviews

By Tamara Wieder (September 2003)
He began his career as a sideman for James Brown, but these days, Maceo Parker is front and center.
Maceo Was playing fews nights at the "Jazz Alley" in Seattle before going to Europe.
Then the journalist ask 'what was the difference in playing for George Clinton after playing for James Brown', Maceo's answer is quite funny!
by Alexander Zimmermann - December 27, 1993 (Bremen)
Southern Exposure just came out and Maceo talks about his new projects with his new label.
by David Todoroff - June 20, 1999
I caught up with Maceo Parker on the road in Buffalo, New York and we spoke on his tour bus, which was parked behind the stage. Maceo had just finished opening for Ani DiFranco, the new message mistress of folk funk...
by David Todoroff - June 20, 1999
Maceo talks about his new album featuring two guys from The Meters, and his early carreer with James Brown, his brothers, Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins...


Misc

Los Angeles, CA-February 24, 2004
Prince celebrates 20th anniversary of "Purple Rain" with new CD "Musicology" and concert tour performing some of his most well known hits for the last time.

Articles

Tons of articles about Maceo, daily updated!
Saturday February 17th, 2004
For over three hours, Maceo had fun and so did we! The place went wild as he introduced his very special guest Stevie Wonder!
by Gabriel Sheffer (January 26, 2004)
On a night that featured a super-secret special guest and more than three dense hours of funk/soul music, Maceo Parker was the most energetic, righteous, talented, excitable, young man on the planet--never mind that he turns 61 this Valentine's Day.

Biographies

Biography by leninimports.com
Maceo Parker was born in 1943 in Kinston, N.C. into a musical family -- both his parents sang in their church choir and Maceo's uncle was in a professional band that would often rehearse at Parker's house.
Biography by whatarerecords.com
Today, Maceo headlines over 250 performances a year worldwide to sold-out audiences of college fans and old-school music aficionados alike. Over this time he has collaborated on recordings with such diverse acts as, Ani DiFranco, Prince, De La Soul, Jane's Addiction and Dave Matthews Band.
Biography by allmusic.com
"Maceo! Blow your horn!" That's how James Brown would dynamically signal his favorite horn player to take another stinging sax solo — and Maceo Parker never once let his boss down...
 

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