playlist artwork#12 this weekThe jazz farm



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About this album

  • Published: Oct 22, 2007

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The quartet Oprachina has taken the first steps during recent editions of “Along Came Jazz, Research In Italy” organised in Tivoli and Rome.
The group is formed by Massimo Bognetti, guitarist; Errico De Fabritiis, saxophonist; Fabio Fochesato, bassist and drummer Adriano Galinari.
Their repertoire consists of original compositions where the approach is jazz element connecting between the parties in writing, obliged, and improvised.
The first work is entitled “The Jazz Farm” and you can listen here entirely and download it freely on
Oprachina has completed a second album that expects to be published.

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Reviews for "The jazz farm"

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Simply Couldn't Be Any Better Than This

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Nov 21, 2009

What more can I say? Oh - thank you for sharing your wonderful creation.

Dobry album

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Jul 16, 2010

Thanks for share coriandolo Excellent music and interesting sound !


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May 9, 2009

Non sono un addetto ai lavori nè un tecnico, ma trovo quest'album semplicemente spettacolare, davvero un'opera d'arte musicale.

merveilleux l'album

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Jan 26, 2009

Bonjour J'ai ecoute un morceau de cette album et au premier abors c'est vraimenent super cette album et puis les morceaux son tres bien sa s'ecoute sans fin cette album vraimenent super dragon13z

The world of contemporary bebop

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Jan 27, 2008

"The Jazz Farm" to me is an album of contemporary jazz in the bebop tradition with a lot of 70ies influences, and it's interesting that it reminds me mostly of those jazz guitarists in the vein of Ralph Towner (and his Oregon outfit), Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell. Beautiful playing, nice compositions, indeed the major point of critizism is the sub-par miking of the saxophones, which stands out especially disturbing on the sax/guitar duet tunes like Porta D'Arce, Attimi and Le Fiabe da Brno. I'm somewhat curious - is the band leader the guitarist or the sax player?
Ben Othman


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Feb 8, 2008

Great sound thank you for this music!
Sonic Mystery

Beautiful work

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Dec 31, 2008

Strong emotional expressing! Great performance and sound! Thank you for sharing!


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Feb 23, 2008

Así es amigos, un grandioso cuarteto que apuesta no solo al buen gusto, sino también a la cálida y sensible expansión musical del Jazz a piacere. Una irresistible perla para cualquier amante de la buena música. Pues sigan así muchachos, los felicito por todo. Saludos y un gran abrazo desde la Argentina!!!

Convenu et soporifique

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Dec 31, 2007

Jazz très conventionnel et prévisible. Compositions sans réelles émotions et sans originalités particulières. J'ai l'impression d'avoir déjà entendu cela des milliers de fois. Je trouve cela soporifique, et globalement, cet album appartient à un genre de jazz qui m'agace Il faut quand même reconnaître une bonne technique.

Jazz with a brilliant luster!

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Nov 9, 2011

Intelligent,inviting and delightfully evocative, jazz-riffs that show a fertile imagination. There isn't really a weak moment anywhere on this album. Highly recommended.