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The Young Mothers — A Mothers Work Is Never Done (2014)

 The Young Mothers — A Mothers Work Is Never Done (March 10, 2014)

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•→   “I don’t think I could’ve found a group of musicians like this anywhere else.”
Location: Austin, Texas
Album release: March 10, 2014
Record Label: Tektite Records
Duration:     44:13
1. The 'Wood      6:47
2. Mole      6:12
3. Theme from Fanny & Alexander      4:02
4. Wells, the original      6:04
5. Virgoan Ways      8:13
6. Ruth      4:53
7. Terrestrial Impact Theory (LP only)      8:02
♦  Ingebrigt Håker Flaten — acoustic & electric bass
♦  Jawwaad Taylor — trumpet/electronics/vocals
♦  Jason Jackson — alto, tenor and baritone saxophones
♦  Jonathan Horne  — guitar
♦  Stefan Gonzalez — drums/vibraphone/vocal
♦  Frank Rosaly — drums
•→   Recorded with Chico Jones in Austin during September 2012
•→   Upon moving to Austin in 2009, I sought out to establish a new working relationship with improvisers from the vibrant and eclectic music undergrounds of Texas — my new home. With Texans, Jason Jackson, Jawwaad Taylor and Stefan Gonzalez handling horns, vocal and percussion duties; I called upon Chicagoan Frank Rosaly (also a member of my Chicago Sextet), to act as a second drummer. The addition of Jonathan Horne, the local guitar phenomenon, completed this collective. A complex amalgam of references and aesthetics within the band makes for a clever, intricate, and raucous sonic foundation that propels the music forward into compelling new territories.
•→   "The Young Mothers is the coolest sound to come out of Austin since the punk scene of the 80s. One of the best rhythm sections in 21st century free jazz provides the platform for adventurous cross–genre improvisation, with threads of Houston hip hop, Austin indie rock, and North Texas heavy metal vibraphone.
•→   “Tektite Records has incubated a new Texas noise scene founded
on first rate musicianship, and The Young Mothers are the vanguard.” — Chris Brown
•→   “The Young Mothers are a brilliant band that merges modern jazz, free improvisation, indie rock, hip hop and a caterwauling Afro–groove reminiscent of the Brotherhood of Breath. The rhythm section is deep, throaty and incredibly swinging, while Jackson’s reed work is both feral and soulful. Horne’s extensive pedigree in surf rock and punk (as well as rugged free improvisation) means that The Young Mothers have someone in the front line that’s unpredictable and has a wide range of sources to draw from. Coupled with Jawwaad, whose palette combines Don Cherry–like sputters and flourishes with intelligent, off–kilter rapping, this group is without comparison. They may have started in Austin, but the world is certainly pining for their diffuse, joyous vibe.” — Clifford Allen
•→   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 Norwegian–born 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.
Website: http://www.ingebrigtflaten.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheYoungMothers
Reverbnation: http://www.reverbnation.com/theyoungmothers?profile_view_source=header_icon_nav
Press & Agent:
Label: http://www.tektite-records.com/
Blog: http://blog.bandcamp.com/2014/03/11/from-oslo-to-austin/
Bandcamp: http://music.ingebrigtflaten.com/album/a-mothers-work-is-never-done
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ingebrigt.flaten
Poznámka ke kompozici Fanny & Alexander:
Directed by: Ingmar Bergman
Produced by: Jörn Donner
Written by: Ingmar Bergman
Music by Daniel Bell
Release dates: 
•→  17 December 1982 (Sweden)
•→  09 March 1983 (France)
•→  08 October 1983 (West Germany)
Running time:  
•→  312 minutes (TV miniseries)
•→  188 minutes (film)
Box office: US$6,783,304
Ocenění: 4 Oscary (1984), Zlatý Glóbus (1984), Britská Akademie (BAFTA)
 1983, César 1983, nejlepší film roku, Benátský filmový festival 1983 (Cena FIPRESCI) a Guldbagge 1984 (švédská filmová cena: nejlepší film a nejlepší režisér roku).

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