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Beating the Teens *

by Ideal Bread

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    TWO CD's handsomely packaged in jewel case with original TJ Huff artwork

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A brief word from our executive producer Robert Bielecki:


When I was 14 or 15, I discovered folks like John Cage, Morton Feldman, Cecil Taylor, the Art Ensemble of Chicago (as you know, you're named after Malachi Favors), and, perhaps most importantly, Steve Lacy. Making these discoveries I felt born-again. Music set my curiosity ablaze and became the kindling from which my passion for art, film, literature, culture, politics -- LIFE! -- still burns brightly. And so my message to you is simple: quest for your own Ideal Bread and when you find it, hold tightly.




released May 21, 2014

Josh Sinton - baritone saxophone and (re)arrangements
Kirk Knuffke - cornet
Adam Hopkins - bass
Toma Fujiwara - drums

Recorded August 16-19, 2013 at Vibromonk Studios and mixed December 2013 in Brooklyn, NY by Tyler Wood.
Mastered January 7 & 9, 2014 at Sterling Sound, New York, NY by Randy Merrill.
Produced by Josh Sinton and Tyler Wood.
Additional production by John and Wendy Sinton.
Executive Producer - Robert D. Bielecki

Ideal Bread would like to thank: Johannes Worsoe Berg, Robert Bielecki, Peter Cox, Mary Halvorson, TJ Huff, Phillip Johnston, Madeline Knuffke, Chantal Levi Alvares-Fujiwara, Thane Lund, Randy Merrill, Jordan Reichman, Marc Riordan, Aaron Rockers, Dan Satzky, John and Wendy Sinton, Jonathan Sinton, Toby Sinton, George Williams, David Williams, Tyler Wood, Laura, Zosia and all of the supporters of the Kickstarter campaign.

Originally released on Cuneiform Records www.cuneiformrecords.com



Josh Sinton New York

A Brooklyn-based creative musician, a baritone saxophone operator, a bass clarinet manipulator, recently returned to flute-blowing. Trying to become a better listener every day.
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