Arturo O'Farrill - Blood Lines album flac
Chucho Valdés Oficial and Arturo O'Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra perform "Three Revolutions", from their upcoming album out now!
10 USD. Liner Note Authors: Oscar Hijuelos; Arturo O'Farrill. Recording information: Clinton Recording Studio, New Y (02/1999). Photographer: John Abbott.
But since he is no spring chicken or lightweight, O'Farrill's lyricism and good melodic and harmonic common sense are well developed and far from naïve. He's active and interactive, digging in and taking his swings, listening and reacting to the mighty contributions of bassist George Mraz or Andy Gonzalez and the exciting drumming of Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez. As much as he's capable, he's not trying to blow you away with pyrotechnics, but seduce you with advanced, temperature-rising music
You're not likely to hear pianist Arturo O'Farrill's first and best known music leap off Blood Lines. Despite the title, this is something other than a tribute to his father, Cuban bandleader Chico O'Farrill. O'Farrill is too big and broad minded a pianist to stick to a particular tradition, which is only to say that Afro-Cuban rhythms and energies, while here in abundance, only.
Arturo O'Farrill (born June 22, 1960) is a jazz musician, the son of Latin jazz musician, arranger and bandleader Chico O'Farrill, and current pianist, composer, and director for the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra.
Listen to music from Arturo O'Farrill like Bebochicochuchoturo, Poinciana & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Arturo O'Farrill. His debut album with the Orchestra Una Noche Inolvidable earned a GRAMMY award nomination in 2006.
Arturo O'Farrill: piano; Ivan Renta: tenor saxophone; Peter Brainin: tenor saxophone; Bobby Porcelli: alto saxophone; David DeJesus:alto saxophone; Jason Marshall: baritone saxophone; Seneca Black: trumpet; Jim Seeley: trumpet; John Bailey: trumpet; Jonathan Powell: trumpet; Tokunori Kajiwara: trombone; Rafi Malkiel: trombone, euphonium; Frank Cohen: trombone; Earl McIntyre: bass trombone, tuba; Gregg August: bass; Vince Cherico: drums; Roland Guerrero: congas; Joe Gonzalez: bongos . The relationship between each of those artists and O'Farrill's Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra is spotlighted on this album.
Arturo "Chico" O'Farrill was a Cuban composer, arranger, and conductor, best known for his work in the Latin idiom, specifically Afro-Cuban jazz or "Cubop", although he also composed traditional jazz pieces and even symphonic works. Numerous compositions for jazz ensembles, classical orchestras, and chamber groups. Alubms include Blood Lines, 1999, A Night in Tunisia, 2000, Cumana, 2004, Live in Brooklyn, 2005, Song for Chico, 2008 (Grammy award for Best Latin Jazz Album, 2009), In These Shoes, 2008.
|Chinas y Criollas||6:38|
|Walking Batterie Woman||5:20|
|Darn That Dream||5:07|
|MCD-9294-2||Arturo O'Farrill||Blood Lines (CD, Album)||Milestone||MCD-9294-2||US||1999|
|MCD-9294-2||Arturo O'Farrill||Blood Lines (CD, Album)||Milestone||MCD-9294-2||Germany||1999|