Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi | La Symphonie-thrashe du Professeur Juif Rebele #37/75 (2019/3470): Excerpts

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La Symphonie-thrashe du Professeur Juif Rebele #37/75 (2019/3470): Excerpts

by Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi

La Symphonie-Thrash Du Professeur Juif Rebelle, is his magnum opus, clocking in at 40 tracks with a duration of over five hours. Apart from its remarkable length, it also sets a record for most instruments played in a symphony by a solo artist (18!)
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Opus #33: L'espirit de rebellion
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2. Opus #34: Mange merde et meurent
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3. Opus #: Descrendre l'autobus
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4. Opus #16: Le jardin des chiens
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5. Opus #20: La quartième diàspora
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6. Opus #8: Ma dernière année
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7. Opus #9: Le professeur
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8. Opus #23: La fusée d'entrejamb
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9. Opus #22: La Holocauste
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10. Opus #36: Déspiseurs dans ma cour
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11. Opus #37: Hall'el soixante-trois
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12. Opus #14: Le chien de bassette jouer de tirer
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13. Opus #15: Ma rate est une machine de bête
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14. Opus #38: Trois petits chiots
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15. Opus #1: 1re et 2nd poumon d'aqua
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16. Opus #27: Le Professeur-Juif est mort
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The Gangsta Rabbi, a.k.a. as The King of Jewish Punk, is the moniker of the multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, composer and producer Steve Lieberman. He was born in Brooklyn, New York to a working class Jewish family and now resides in Freeport. Perhaps more than most artists, his work needs to be understood in the full context of his life.
He has been considered an ‘outsider artist’, partly attributed to his lifelong struggle with bipolar disorder which began for him at the age of just eleven. He has been releasing studio albums since 2002 and has now released over thirty, along with live albums and countless cassettes. He has shared the stage with Weezer, Andrew WK, Glassjaw, Ryan Dunn and The Misfits, but had to retire from performing in 2011 owing to having to battle an advanced form of leukaemia, returning briefly to the stage in 2016.

Last year, he was admitted into a hospice and remarkably has carried on creating, producing his most challenging works including completely covering Jethro Tull’s Thick As A Brick (a major influence) and thrash metal versions of the British Opera, The H.M.S. Pinafore and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.
This album, La Symphonie-Thrash Du Professeur Juif Rebelle, is his magnum opus, clocking in at thirty one tracks with a duration of over three hours. Apart from its remarkable length, it also sets a record for most instruments played in a symphony (eighteen!). The instruments involved cover a wide range including thrash guitar and basses, alto, tenor and bass trombones, flutes, trumpet, clarinet, euphonium and melodica as well as drums and percussion.

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