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Scientist Meets Ted Sirota's Heavyweight Dub

CD (Item 699578) Liberated Zone, 2013 — Condition: Used
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A bouncing batch of contemporary dub from drummer Ted Sirota and his heavyweight combo – mixed and mastered by dub legend Scientist! Sirota is one of the most talented and most creatively boundless players to come out of the Chicago jazz scene of the past decade or so, and this reggae inspired project isn't only respectful of the classic Caribbean inspiration, it's entirely credible – a genuine credit to the genre, as opposed to a mere tribute. Good stuff! Players include bassist Matt Ferguson, Andrew Trim and Dave Miller on guitars, Marquis Hill on trumpet, Matthew Davis on trombone, Chaka B and Diverse on vocals, Tom Vaitsas on keys and Cameron Pfiffner on tenor sax. Titles include ""Scientific Strut", "House On The Rock", "This Is A Takeover", "Saro-Wiwa", "Give A Little Love", "The Struggle", "Geronimo's Free", "Baltimore", "Give A Little Love", "Tubby" and more.  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, digipack case has some edgewear.)

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