Adam O'Farrill - Stranger Days FLAC album
Adam O’Farrill - Trumpet Chad Lefkowitz-Brown- Tenor Saxophone Walter Stinson- Bass Zach O’Farrill - Drums. El Maquech is both a documentation of music, and a reflection of the hang that created it. Recorded on a day off in Montreal, right in the middle of our first tour, we went into the studio after four nights of gigs in four different places The repertoire on this album marks both a stylistic shift from and a further refinement of the sound established on this band’s first album, Stranger Days, which is the name of this band. Three of the songs derive from Mexican culture, including an indigenous Seris song (from Sonora), an arrangement of a song by Orquesta Jaranera Sonora Yucateca, and a piece inspired by Frida Kahlo’s painting, Henry Ford Hospital.
Expectations can weigh heavily on any emerging musician in jazz, where influence and lineage are often cast in defining terms. The trumpeter Adam O’Farrill is 21 and probably well acquainted with this pressure as a son of Arturo O’Farrill, the Cuban pianist, composer-arranger and torch-bearing bandleader of the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. One striking thing about Stranger Days, the younger Mr. O’Farrill’s debut as a leader, is how self-secure and disencumbered it sounds. Along similar lines, Mr. O’Farrill produced the album with his father, which implies something other than an act of rebellion. The track with the most insubordinate title, Forget Everything You’ve Learned at School, is one of two by Mr. Stinson. Still, this is a potent declaration of independence, as much as it is a glowing indication of promise.
Stranger Days: Stranger Days by Budd Kopman, published on August 21, 2016. Trumpeter Adam O'Farrill is still very young, but that is not keeping him from making waves with his debut album Stranger Days and band of the same name, comprised of O'Farrill, tenor saxophonist Chad Lefkowitz-Brown, bassist Walter Stinson and his older brother, drummer Zack O'Farrill. Of course, it does not hurt to have Chico O'Farrill as your grandfather and Arturo O'Farrill as your father either, and neither does his recent work with Rudresh Mahanthappa and his Bird Calls band, but his music and musicianship most assuredly stands on its own. ADVERTISEMENT.
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His smartly rambunctious new album, El Maquech, due out on Friday on Biophilia Records, features the group he calls Stranger Days, with Chad Lefkowitz-Brown on tenor saxophone, Walter Stinson on bass and his older brother, Zack O’Farrill, on drums. The album, recorded in the middle of a tour last.
Adam O'Farrill's Stranger Days - El Maquech, 2018. Verboten Chant 05:29. Erroneous Love 05:31. Shall We? (If You Really Must Insist) 02:42.
FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: "In an era when big bands often sound small and nuanced and when smaller ensembles favor intimate and pristine approaches, Stranger Days, the quartet led by 23-year-old trumpeter Adam O’Farrill, offers boisterous, spirited music that frequently sounds like it comes from a much larger group. On its recently released second album, El Maquech (Biophilla), the band presents rambunctious music that is equally rustic and modern. Mr. O’Farrill is on the fast track toward jazz prominence
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|1||A&R Italian Eatery||3:29|
|4||Why She Loves||8:52|
|5||Alligator Got The Blues||5:51|
|6||Forget Everything You’ve Learned At School||5:44|
|7||The Cows And Their Farmer Walt||7:40|
|9||Building The Metamorphosen Bridge||5:16|
|10||Lower Brooklyn Botanical Union||6:15|
- Bass – Walter Stinson
- Co-producer – Arturo O'Farrill
- Engineer [Assistant] – Thom Beemer
- Piano – Zack O'Farrill
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Katherine Miller
- Tenor Saxophone – Chad Lefkowitz-Brown
- Trumpet, Co-producer – Adam O'Farrill