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Rebirth Kickin' It Live!

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Album Review

The Rebirth Brass Band's hottest, most freewheeling session was this live album recorded at New Orleans' Glass House during Mardi Gras. It presents the group doing spiraling, furious numbers such as "Freedom," "Kidd Joran's Second Line" and the title cut. The solos, ensemble interactions and overall group spirit and performances were at their peak, and the engineering expertly captured the richness of the instruments and intensity of the playing. It's both tremendously exciting jazz and dazzling, funky soul and R&B music.

Customer Reviews

Dixieland Jazz for the 21st Century!!!

Even though it was written/recorded in 1990 & released in 1991. And there are new members to the band. This is one of the finest traditional New Orleans Dixieland Jazz albums in history!!! It's still & will always be played year round in the "N.O." especially at Mardi Gras time!!! "Rebirth" gives it to you rough, raw rugged & real! No gimmicks, no smoke/mirrors & especially NO BLING!!! It's not contemporary jazz by any means.... It's not suppose to be. What it is, is dancing in the street music, rebel music, soul music, buckjumpin' music, jazz music. But most importantly what it is plain & simple is "New Orleans Music"!

Talk Dat Now...

oooowee...dem boy from N.O. be jammin de che'....if you never heard of them...listen now.

Biography

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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