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Sackbut Stomp

by Joe Fiedler's Big Sackbut

Big instruments showing their lighter side. Fun and exciting stuff.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Sackbut Stomp
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2. King of the Road
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3. Eight Page Bible
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4. Tin Tin Deo
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5. Pittsburgh Morning
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6. Feet and Breathe
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7. The Schlep
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8. The Attic
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9. Solo for Quartet
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Album Notes
Joe Fiedler's newest recording, Sackbut Stomp, featuring Fiedler, Luis Bonilla & Ryan Keberle - trombones, Marcus Rojas - tuba, and very special guest, Steven Bernstein on slide trumpet, is the second recording from Fiedler's critically-acclaimed low-brass aggregate, Big Sackbut, and the follow up recording to their self-titled debut. Fiedler's desire to lead a trombone-driven project was sparked in the 1980s after seeing The World Saxophone Quartet Live. It was a revelation to him, and eventually led to the recording of 2012's Big Sackbut. DownBeat Magazine said of the album, "The group rips, dances and converses . . . the quartet is so tight that they sound like one big, polyphonic low-brass organ. Each trombonist kills it." And proclaimed that, "The titular trombonist-composer manages the too-rare feat of creating art while having a blast . . . Here's hoping that he and the three 'bones huff, puff and slide their way to another Fiedler-guided outing in the not-too-distant future." Fiedler has done exactly that, and more, with the upcoming release of Sackbut Stomp, a recording of great joy, musicality, depth and revelation.

On Sackbut Stomp the unique instrumentation is but one part of the experience. Fiedler is an artist who has been passionately obsessed with music since his childhood, and is fully committed to his craft as a trombonist-composer-arranger. He is intent on carrying on in the footsteps of his heroes (while blazing trails of his own), such as Albert Mangelsdorff, Don Pullen, Joey Sellers, Bennie Wallace, and his foremost influence on the trombone, Ray Anderson. This all-in devotion, coupled with an incredibly intimate knowledge of jazz and many of its branches (you would be hard pressed to meet someone so erudite about this music), is represented in the nine tunes on Sackbut Stomp.



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