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Breeding Resistance

Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls

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Drummer, composer, and bandleader Ted Sirota is a passionate young man who lives his political, social, and cultural convictions through his music with his Rebel Souls musical outfit. On his first outing for the Delmark label, Sirota and his longtime mate, guitarist Jeff Parker, who emigrated from the Berklee College of Music to Chicago with him, turns in one of the most inspiring, integrational "jazz" performances since Charlie Haden's first Liberation Music Orchestra album. There are 11 tunes on the set, five of which were composed by Sirota, and the rest by bandmembers Parker, saxophonist Geof Bradfield, trombonist Jeb Bishop, and bassist Clark Sommers. The sheer musical and emotional range of this band is startling. From the drummed up and dubbed out African-and-reggae-groove-meets-post-bop of Sirota's "Saro-Wira," to his driven, electric, electronic, and stomping blues work "Chairman Fred (I Wish Fred Hampton Was Here)," Sirota's own compositions are rooted in the music and pulse of the current culture. On the latter tune, Hampton's voice is interspersed through the loping melody that strides a homecoming funereal and bar walking blues, along with the ringing lines of Parker's lamenting guitar, Bradfield's short phrases, and the skronk of a Korg synthesizer toward the end, and place this outside the purview of any music but jazz, but keeps its sentiments in the community of popular language. On the former, Sirota roots his attack in African folk music from Nigeria, as well as in Bob Marley's righteous anthem "Get Up, Stand Up." Guitars slide around the punchy horn lines and rhythms pop out all over the place. Elsewhere, Bradfield's haunting ballad "Elegy" offers an intricate and effortless portrait of the group's melodic sense. The knotted up bop lines of the title track offer starling complexity and a sense of contrapuntal sophistication rarely heard in such young players. The lilting beauty of Sommers "Pablo," with its loping, graceful lines and soft skittering rhythms, is elegant, graceful, and beautifully understated, offering yet another side of a band that can stomp, wail, weep, whisper, and sing together seemingly without effort. Sirota is a bandleader who knows how to get the best form his players, making the Rebel Souls a band who has arrived fully on the scene with an identity all their own. Breeding Resistance is a very important outing for the new jazz, and indeed proves that jazz as an idiom still has plenty of directions left to travel in. ~ Thom Jurek

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Saro-Wiwa
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Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Chairman Fred
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Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Knife
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Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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For Martyrs
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Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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This Is A Takeover
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Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Elegy
00:04:01

Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Breeding Resistance
00:05:02

Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Huntsville, TX
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Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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D.C.
00:06:13

Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Axe
00:06:19

Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Pablo
00:07:14

Jeff Parker, FeaturedArtist - Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, MainArtist

(C) 2004 Delmark Records (P) 2004 Delmark Records

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Drummer, composer, and bandleader Ted Sirota is a passionate young man who lives his political, social, and cultural convictions through his music with his Rebel Souls musical outfit. On his first outing for the Delmark label, Sirota and his longtime mate, guitarist Jeff Parker, who emigrated from the Berklee College of Music to Chicago with him, turns in one of the most inspiring, integrational "jazz" performances since Charlie Haden's first Liberation Music Orchestra album. There are 11 tunes on the set, five of which were composed by Sirota, and the rest by bandmembers Parker, saxophonist Geof Bradfield, trombonist Jeb Bishop, and bassist Clark Sommers. The sheer musical and emotional range of this band is startling. From the drummed up and dubbed out African-and-reggae-groove-meets-post-bop of Sirota's "Saro-Wira," to his driven, electric, electronic, and stomping blues work "Chairman Fred (I Wish Fred Hampton Was Here)," Sirota's own compositions are rooted in the music and pulse of the current culture. On the latter tune, Hampton's voice is interspersed through the loping melody that strides a homecoming funereal and bar walking blues, along with the ringing lines of Parker's lamenting guitar, Bradfield's short phrases, and the skronk of a Korg synthesizer toward the end, and place this outside the purview of any music but jazz, but keeps its sentiments in the community of popular language. On the former, Sirota roots his attack in African folk music from Nigeria, as well as in Bob Marley's righteous anthem "Get Up, Stand Up." Guitars slide around the punchy horn lines and rhythms pop out all over the place. Elsewhere, Bradfield's haunting ballad "Elegy" offers an intricate and effortless portrait of the group's melodic sense. The knotted up bop lines of the title track offer starling complexity and a sense of contrapuntal sophistication rarely heard in such young players. The lilting beauty of Sommers "Pablo," with its loping, graceful lines and soft skittering rhythms, is elegant, graceful, and beautifully understated, offering yet another side of a band that can stomp, wail, weep, whisper, and sing together seemingly without effort. Sirota is a bandleader who knows how to get the best form his players, making the Rebel Souls a band who has arrived fully on the scene with an identity all their own. Breeding Resistance is a very important outing for the new jazz, and indeed proves that jazz as an idiom still has plenty of directions left to travel in. ~ Thom Jurek

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