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The Offense of the Drum

Arturo O'Farrill, The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

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1
Cuarto De Colores
Edmar Castañeda; Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
9:13
2
They Came
Chilo; DJ Logic; Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
7:26
3
On the Corner of Malecón and Bourbon
Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
9:45
4
Mercado En Domingo
Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
6:56
5
Gnossienne 3 (Tientos)
Antonio Lizana; Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
6:28
6
The Mad Hatter
Vijay Lyer; Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
8:26
7
The Offense of the Drum
Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
11:40
8
Alma Vacía
Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
6:22
9
Iko Iko
Donald Harrison; Arturo O'Farrill; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
7:02
Total Playing Time    73:18
The Offense of the Drum is the Grammy Award-winning album from Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. Taking a totally fresh approach to Afro Latin jazz, these musicians blend big band with reggaeton and elements of Afro-Caribbean, New Orleans, and African music, with an emphasis on percussion, including nearly 30 different kinds of instruments. The album came about as a response to a New York City ban on drumming circles, and spins powerful spoken word performances with the Orchestra's particular musical fusion to comment on the cultural hybridity of America and its colonial legacy.
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