Chico O'Farrill - Heart Of A Legend FLAC album
Chico O'Farrill – Heart Of A Legend. Label: Milestone (4) – MCD-9299-2. Piano – Arturo O'Farrill. Soprano Saxophone – Mario Rivera (2) (tracks: 9). Tenor Saxophone – Gato Barbieri (tracks: 8), Mike Migliore, Peter Brainin.
This album, "Heart of a Legend", was recorded in December, 1998 through July, 1999, and released in the fall of 1999, just two years before his death in 2001, at the age of 79. It was nominated for a Grammy award, as was its predecessor Pure Emotion, released in 1995. Heart of a Legend was not his final album to be released (I believe that would be Carambola), but I think that it can fairly be considered a milestone in his Jazz legacy. Chico O'Farrill was born in Havana and came to New York for a time in the late '40's/early '50's before returning to Cuba and then to Mexico in 1957. He returned to New York in 1965 for good, and over the course of his career he made significant contributions to the music of Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman, Quincy Jones, Charlie Parker, Count Basie, and many others. A good synopsis of his life is given on the jazzhouse.
The Heart of a Legend. The Heart of a Legend.
1 Guaguasi 2 Momentumi 3Verde Campina, La 4 Sing Your Blues Away (For Neca) 5 Guaguasi Abstracto 6 Trumpet Fantasy 7 Chico's Cha Cha Cha 8 Te Quiero Dijiste 9 Manteca 10 Locos de la Habana 11 Sin Tu Amor 12 Pure Emotion 13 Fin De Siglo 14 Journey.
Artist Chico O'Farrill. Album Title Heart of a Legend. Date of Release Aug 17, 1999. Styles Bop, Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban Jazz. 1. Guaguasi performed by OFarrill, Gato Barbieri, Cachao - 4:11. 2. Momentumi performed by OFarrill, Gato Barbieri, Cachao - 4:09. 3. La Verde Campiсa performed by OFarrill, Gato Barbieri, Cachao - 3:50. 4. Sing Your Blues Away (For Neca)OFarrill, Gato Barbieri, Cachao - 5:44. Juan Pablo Torres - Trombone. Arturo O'Farrill - Piano. David O'Quendo - Guitar, Choir, Chorus, Coros. Willie Martinez - Drums. Kenny Rampton - Trumpet. Jim Seeley - Trumpet. Matt Hilgenberg - Trumpet. Mario Rivers - Sax (Soprano).
Arturo O'Farrill (born June 22, 1960) is a jazz musician, the son of Latin jazz musician, arranger and bandleader Chico O'Farrill, and pianist, composer, and director for the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. He is best known for his contributions to contemporary Latin jazz (more specifically Afro-Cuban jazz), having received Grammy Awards and nominations, though he has trained in other forms such as free jazz and experimented briefly with hip hop.
Arturo "Chico" O'Farrill (October 28, 1921 – June 27, 2001) 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. Born to an Irish father and a German mother, he played the trumpet early in his career.
Chico O'Farrill - Heart of a Legend (1999). Date: 3 Oct 2008 12:18:00. Chico O'Farrill - Heart of a Legend (1999). Chico O'Farrill - Heart of a Legend Cuba mp3 320 Kbps 139 MB Fantasy Inc. 1999. Born Arturo O'Farrill, 28 October 1921, Havana, Cuba Died 27 June 2001, New York City, New York. Born to an Irish father and Cuban mother, O'Farrill spent much of his career as an industry secret, known only to the cognescenti among players and fans
Release group by Chico O’Farrill. XE. Milestone (historical jazz label, now part of Concord).
|3||La Verde Campina||3:50|
|4||Sing Your Blues Away (For Neca)||8:28|
|6||Trumpet Fantasy (For Wynton)||8:28|
|7||Chico's Cha Cha Cha||3:27|
|10||Locos De La Habana||5:19|
|11||Sin Tu Amor||1:57|
|13||Fin De Siglo||2:41|
- Alto Saxophone – Bobby Porcelli, Jimmy Cozier , Marshall McDonald
- Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Paquito D'Rivera (tracks: 1, 3, 11)
- Baritone Saxophone – Pablo Calogero
- Bass – Andy González*, Israel López ''Cachao''* (tracks: 10), Joe Santiago
- Congas – Cándido Camero* (tracks: 1), Joe González
- Congas, Maracas – Carlos ''Patato'' Valdés* (tracks: 10, 11)
- Congas, Percussion – Orlando "Puntilla" Rios* (tracks: 1, 7, 10, 13)
- Drums – Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Willie Martinez
- Flute, Clarinet – Mauricio Smith (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 10)
- Guitar – David Oquendo (tracks: 1, 8, 10)
- Percussion, Bongos – Eddie Bobé
- Performer – Afro-Cuban Jazz Big Band
- Piano – Arturo O'Farrill
- Soprano Saxophone – Mario Rivera (tracks: 9)
- Tenor Saxophone – Gato Barbieri (tracks: 8), Mike Migliore, Peter Brainin
- Trombone – Gary Valente, Jack Jeffers, Juan Pablo Torres (tracks: 10), Papo Vázquez, Sam Burtis
- Trumpet – Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros (tracks: 1, 10, 13), Arturo Sandoval (tracks: 14), David ''Piro'' Rodriguez*, Jim Seeley, Kenny Rampton, Matt Hilgenberg, Peter Olstad, Roger Ingram
- Violin – Ilmar Gavilán (tracks: 3)
- Vocals – Freddy Cole (tracks: 4), Vivian Ara (tracks: 1, 8, 10, 11, 13)
|MCD-9299-2||Chico O'Farrill||Heart Of A Legend (CD, Album)||Milestone||MCD-9299-2||US||1999|