Ideal Bread's 2014 album, Beating the Teens: Songs of Steve Lacy, finds the exploratory jazz outfit once again paying homage to the late forward-thinking jazz saxophonist. An edgy, experimental group, Ideal Bread is actually a Lacy repertory ensemble featuring the talents of saxophonist Josh Sinton (who studied with Lacy), cornetist Kirk Knuffke, bassist Adam Hopkins, and drummer Tomas Fujiwara. Included here are 26 reinterpreted Lacy compositions. Track Listing - Disc 1.
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.
Send "IDEAL BREAD" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: BEATING THE TEENS: SONGS OF STEVE LACY. IDEAL BREAD - BEATING THE TEENS: SONGS OF STEVE LACY Album Lyrics. 1. Three Pieces from Tao, Pt.
Ideal Bread’s 'Beating the Teens,' Over Two Years in the Making, The Band’s Third Album is a Genre-Spanning, 2-CD Statement About Repertory, Jazz and Creative Music in the 21st Century. Ideal Bread aren’t staid re-creationists; they embrace the fierce originality and rigor of Lacy’s music and remake it in an utterly distinctive way. – Peter Margasak, Downbeat. With Beating the Teens, Ideal Bread’s leader and baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton decided to radically question and deconstruct the notion of a repertory band.
Steve wrote over 600 compositions and we've only played a few dozen of these songs.
Beating The Teens - Songs of Steve Lacy by Alberto Bazzurro. 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.
|1-1||Three Pieces From Tao - I||2:47|
|1-3||The Precipitation Suite (I Feel A Draft/Cloudy/Rain)||3:52|
|1-15||Three Pieces From Tao - II||1:54|
|2-1||Three Pieces From Tao - III||1:50|
|2-10||The Uh Uh Uh||5:24|
|2-15||Three Pieces From Tao - IV||1:48|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cuneiform Records
- Copyright (c) – Josh Sinton
- Recorded At – Vibromonk Studios
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Baritone Saxophone, Arranged By [(re)arrangements] – Josh Sinton
- Bass – Adam Hopkins
- Composed By – Steve Lacy
- Cornett – Kirk Knuffke
- Design [Cover Design] – TJ Huff
- Drums – Tomas Fujiwara
- Executive-Producer – Robert D. Bielecki*
- Mastered By – Randy Merrill
- Photography By – Johannes Worsoe Berg*
- Producer – John Sinton, Tyler Wood
- Producer [Additional Production] – John Sinton, Wendy Sinton
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Tyler Wood
NotesRecorded August 16-19, 2013 and mixed December 2013 in Brooklyn, NY.
Mastered January 7 & 9, 2014.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 045775038629