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Ideal Bread - Beating The Teens: Songs Of Steve Lacy (2014)

3-06-2014, 11:35
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Ideal Bread - Beating The Teens: Songs Of Steve Lacy (2014)

Artist: Ideal Bread
Title Of Album: Beating The Teens: Songs Of Steve Lacy
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Cuneiform
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 113:03 min
Total Size: 284 / 633 MB


Disc: 1
1. Three Pieces From Tao - I
2. Obituary
3. The Precipitation Suite [I Feel a Draft/Cloudy/Rain]
4. Wish
5. Lesson
6. The Wire
7. Paris Rip-off
8. Cryptosphere(s)
9. Scraps
10. The Highway
11. The Wane
12. Dreams
13. Somebody Special
14. Name
15. Three Pieces from Tao - II

Disc: 2
1. Three Pieces from Tao - III
2. The Owl
3. Spell
4. Crops
5. Pearl Street
6. Ladies
7. Blinks
8. Cryptosphere
9. Lapis
10. The Uh Uh Uh
11. Torments
12. The Oil
13. Notre Vie
14. Roba
15. Three Pieces from Tao - IV

Josh Sinton – baritone saxophone and (re)arrangements
Kirk Knuffke – cornet
Adam Hopkins – bass
Tomas Fujiwara – drums

'Like a baker makes his bread, I make music...If I make the same bread tomorrow, that bores me...I have to remake it, I have to do better...I'm always looking for...the ideal bread.' Steve Lacy, April, 1976.

Between 1969-1977, Steve Lacy recorded five albums on the French Saravah label. When they were eventually reissued together, complete in one 3 CD set, the set was called 'Scratching The Seventies.'

'Beating The Teens' is the third album from the Steve Lacy repertory band Ideal Bread. On it, they cover all 26 of the pieces from these five albums. They adhere to and respect Lacy's unique compositional vision, while giving them an original approach and a new life.

The quartet of expert improvisers and composers in the band includes leader and baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton, who studied with Lacy toward the end of his life, cornetist Kirk Knuffke, bassist Adam Hopkins and drummer Tomas Fujiwara.

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