James Farm is a relatively new quartet whose players have worked together in various groupings and contexts over the course of the last half-decade or so. Best known, of course, is veteran saxophonist Joshua Redman, who has been a fellow member of the SF Jazz Collective with drummer Eric Harland and bassist Matt Penman. James Farm offers real compositional depth and spirited, sophisticated improvisation, making for a deeply satisfying listen and a promising debut.
Farm is the ninth studio album by American alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr. It is the band's first release on the record label Jagjaguwar. The European label PIAS Recordings recalled the affected copies to exchange them with correct ones.
James Farm – James Farm. Label: Nonesuch – 526294-2. Country: US. Released: 2011. James Farm : New Group with Joshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman and Eric Harland. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Listen free to James Farm – James Farm (Coax, Polliwog and more). Personnel Joshua Redman (ts, ss); Aaron Parks (p, tack piano, prophet-5, pump organ, hammond home organ, humming, rhodes, celeste); Matt Penman (b); Eric Harland (d) Recorded August 26~29, 2010 at New York. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
James Farm: James Farm by John Kelman, published on May 3, 2011. Redman, pianist Aaron Parks and bassist Matt Penman each contribute three songs to James Farm, while Eric Harland may only contribute one that, along with Parks' lyrical, folksy "Bijou," represents the album's shortest tracks, but a lot happens in the 4:31 of the drummer's fiery "I-10.
American group James Farm return with another inviting set of tunes full of superb soloing, writes John Fordham. With their eponymous 2011 debut, the talented US collective James Farm created an attractive formula: fluent contemporary-bop soloing on pop-like tunes, country ballads, and some European-folk mutations, all powered by the thoroughbred rhythm section of drummer Eric Harland and bassist Matt Penman, fronted by sax star Joshua Redman and young pianist Aaron Parks.