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Now more than 30 years after forming, with 15 albums to show for the effort, Rebirth Brass Band continue to do what they've always done: mixing old-school second-line fare with modern day funk, rock, soul, and pop. Sometimes the band do this with originals by various members and sometimes in the form of covers. But really, everything always comes out with a sophisticated and soulful groove (thanks to founders Keith Frazier on bass drum and brother Phil on tuba) as well as a never-ending sense of joyfulness. No matter the direction, the horn arrangements are top-notch, adding up to a sound much bigger than a six-piece brass section has any right to, particularly on “Rebirth Makes You Dance.” The party is in full swing with uplifting opener “Lord, Lord, Lord…,” the call and response of “Who’s Rockin’, Who’s Rollin’?,” and the jumping title track. Of course the band can also bring it down, and they do that here for some easy-skanking ska on “On My Way,” with Trombone Shorty joining the fray. As the band themselves say: “Where’s the party at? Right here!”

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Best album I've ever heard

Can listen to this album beginning to end on repeat, which is what I have done since purchasing


This is one of the very few full albums I ever listen to anymore. Saw them at Jazz Fest a few years ago and love the horns, rhythms and vibe! Just pure, rockin' musical enjoyment.


Formed: Unknown

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As New Orleans music became more popular in the Northeast and festivals around the U.S. in the 1980s, two prominent brass bands from New Orleans took their music on the road: the Rebirth Brass Band and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. The truth is, both groups have much to offer, as does a third group of Crescent City-based musicians, the New Birth Brass Band. The Rebirth Brass Band was formed in 1983 by tuba player Phil Frazier and his brother, bass drummer Keith Frazier, and trumpeter Kermit Ruffins....
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Move Your Body, Rebirth Brass Band
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Jun 24, 2014

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