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The Young Mothers: A mothers work is never done – The Young Mothers

1. The 'Wood 06:47 · 2. Mole 06:12 · 3. Theme from Fanny & Alexander 04:02 · 4. Wells, the original 06:03 · 5. Virgoan Ways 08:12 · 6. Ruthmore… 04:52

Ingebrigt Håker Flaten: bass · Jonathan Horne: guitar · Jason Jackson: saxophone · Jawwaad Taylor: trumpet, rap · Stefan Gonzalez: drums, vibraphone · Frank Rosaly: percussion

The group’s debut album A Mothers Work is Never Done is a creative-music pacesetter

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Ingebrigt Håker Flaten´s american super group

The Young Mothers – featuring a super group of heavy-hitters who have helped steer the direction of creative music in New York, Chicago, Texas, and Scandinavia – mean business. Formed in 2012 in Houston, the brainchild of Ingebrigt Håker Flaten – a Norwegianborn bassist who constantly burns down stages in the States and abroad with The Thing, Free Fall, Atomic, and Scorch Trio – the group’s debut album A Mothers Work is Never Done is a creative-music pacesetter. From jack-out-of-the-box surprises in “The ‘Wood” and “Ruth” to spirited and moody takes on modern jazz and improv on “Molé” and “Theme from Fanny and Alexander,” the six-piece group grounds itself in brilliant and potent new music while leaving time and space for side trips to the left-of-field, ranging
from grindcore injections to visionary hip-hop. Along with the Austin-based Flaten and guitarist Jonathan Horne, a member of the Steve Albini-engineered Plutonium Farmers, The Young Mothers’ Texas contingent includes saxophonist Jason Jackson, a centerpiece of Houston’s productive improvised music community who has played with Leroy Jenkins, Pauline Oliveros, and William
Parker; trumpeter and rapper Jawwaad Taylor, a Houston native who recently relocated from New York City to his hometown, but not before performing and collaborating with Jay-Z and MF DOOM; and Dallas-based drummer/vibe man Stefan Gonzalez, son of jazz heavyweight Dennis Gonzales, whose powerful chops can be heard in countless jazz, noise, mariachi and grind projects. Rounding out the lineup – a first-ballot-inductee-into the-hall-of-fame-type collection of musicians – is Frank Rosaly, a Chicago-stationed percussionist who’s played nationally and internationally with the integrals, such as Peter Brötzmann, Jeff Parker, Roscoe Mitchell and Louis Moholo.

The LP is pressed in a limited edition of 300 copies. Play at 33 1/3 rpm.
File under “JAZZ” or “CREATIVE MUSIC.”

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The Young Mothers – featuring a super group of heavy-hitters who have helped steer the direction of creative music in New York, Chicago, Texas, and Scandinavia – mean business. Formed in 2012 in Houston, the brainchild of Ingebrigt Håker Flaten – a Norwegianborn bassist who constantly burns down stages in the States and abroad with The Thing, Free Fall, Atomic, and Scorch Trio – the group’s debut album A Mothers Work is Never Done is a creative-music pacesetter.

The band

Along with the Austin-based Flaten and guitarist Jonathan Horne, a member of the Steve Albini-engineered Plutonium Farmers, The Young Mothers’ Texas contingent includes saxophonist Jason Jackson, a centerpiece of Houston’s productive improvised music community who has played with Leroy Jenkins, Pauline Oliveros, and William
Parker; trumpeter and rapper Jawwaad Taylor, a Houston native who recently relocated from New York City to his hometown, but not before performing and collaborating with Jay-Z and MF DOOM; and Dallas-based drummer/vibe man Stefan Gonzalez, son of jazz heavyweight Dennis Gonzales, whose powerful chops can be heard in countless jazz, noise, mariachi and grind projects. Rounding out the lineup – a first-ballot-inductee-into the-hall-of-fame-type collection of musicians – is Frank Rosaly, a Chicago-stationed percussionist who’s played nationally and internationally with the integrals, such as Peter Brötzmann, Jeff Parker, Roscoe Mitchell and Louis Moholo.

The LP is pressed in a limited edition of 300 copies. Play at 33 1/3 rpm.
File under “JAZZ” or “CREATIVE MUSIC.”

The Young Mothers

Release date: 19.09.2014

EAN : 678572999529

Cat.No.: TR03CD

Priskategori : CD