Benie Maupin

      Bennie Maupin

 

   Bennie Maupin (born August 29, 1940, Detroit, Michigan) is a jazz multireedist who performs on various saxophones, flute, and bass clarinet.

   He is known for his participation in Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi sextet and Headhunters band, and for performing on Miles Davis's seminal fusion record, Bitches Brew. Maupin has collaborated with Horace SilverRoy HaynesWoody ShawLee Morgan and many others. He has performed on several Meat Beat Manifesto albums. He is noted for having a harmonically-advanced, "out" improvisation style, while having a different sense of melodic direction than other "out" jazz musicians such as Eric Dolphy.

   Maupin was a member of Almanac, a group with Cecil McBee (bass), Mike Nock (piano) and Eddie Marshall (drums).

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Bennie Maupin - Water Torture

Bennie Maupin - It Remains To Be Seen

Discography

As leader

As sideman

With John Beasley

With Marion Brown

With Mike Clark

  • Actual Proof

With Miles Davis

With Jack DeJohnette

  • Have You Heard?

With Herbie Hancock

With The Headhunters

With Eddie Henderson

With Andrew Hill

With Lee Morgan

With Darek Oleszkiewicz

With the Jimmy Owens-Kenny Barron Quintet

With Woody Shaw

With Horace Silver

With Lonnie Smith

With McCoy Tyner

With Lenny White

  • Big City

With Patrick Gleeson and Jim Lang (Electronic Musical Industries, 2008)

  • Jazz Criminal