Scott Farr | Jazz Farm

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Jazz Farm

by Scott Farr

Megadeth meets Tony Williams Lifetime with Frank Zappa peeking through the window. Super Rocking.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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Album Notes
Scott Farr's Jazz Farm has performed on the same bill as Du Hickey, whose drummer works at Warner Bros., the company and record label for Van Halen, whose guitarist is Eddie Van Halen, who has jammed with Eric Clapton, who played with Jack Bruce, who recorded with Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin, who played with Miles Davis, who did drugs with Charlie Parker, who played with guitarist Mundel Lowe, who played a concert with one of my guitar teachers Rick Haydon, who also taught Scott Alspach, who is now known as Scott Spock and is a huge producer in "The Matrix" for Avril Lavigne and Britney Spears, who dated Justin Timberlake, who was in N'Sync and influenced by Michael Jackson who loves all children just like Jesus Christ, the son of God.

"Crude and Tasteless..." (Steve Farr, father)

Greg Burk of LA Weekly writes:
Scott Farr of Jazz Farm plays guitar like you wished you could when you were a kid - blazing on a nasty-toned Les Paul, blues leaking from his shoes, crackling with the excess energy of youth and uncoolness. The presence of John Wood's organ may raise flashes of some old Tony Williams trio with Larry Young and John McLaughlin, except Farr's fire is all in the 'nads. The Illinois plowboy sometimes even indulges in a typically unrestrained howl: "I can't rock so I stroke my own cock/Jangle my guitar and make fun of Scott Farr."

"Farr is one serious dude when it comes to his music. This is air guitar stuff (don't do this while driving) for all of you guys out there that practice that on a daily basis..."(Keith Hanneleck,

"one could easily assume that someone's meds were forgotten before pressing record..."(J-Sin)



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Music that is as original and real as this is hard to come by
Jazz Farm is a CD that doesn't sugar coat reality. It is fresh and honest and the music and lyrics relate to everyone's struggles to reach above the "manure" of the daily grind and struggle to "be" oneself.

Mark Westenberger

This CD made me do the Butt-Dance
If you're looking for a CD to pop in on a date, this is the one. Scott Farr's guitar playing will make her drop her pants faster than an Asian Whore on a steady diet of 1st-Class Oysters and Government Cheese. So call your girl, pop an amyl, and get ready for Cock-Out Rock!

Big Daddy Piper

Love it!!..
Love the guitar work and overall sound. Cool rock with a jazz flair and a hot female singer...what more could you ask for!. Keep "rockin' Jazz Farm.

Ferala cactus

I love Scott's voice.. feel like he has a lot to say!!! Very expressive. And h

G. W. B.

Album art of the century
This album never fails to entertain. Superior musicianship, excellent songwriting, and lots of flat out ass kickin' make this album a must for every serious music lover. This album always makes it in the car for road trips and definitely gets turned up for maximum rockin' pleasure.


midwest meets middleast in a showdown of nakedness and raw meat
Few guitarists/songwriters can incorporate dick sucking into
a song while blending an frantic satirical point of view like Scott Farr - bringing in elements of jazz, metal, and blues one can't help think of Frank Zappa without also leaving a sweet goo of a hair metal residue in one's mouth - i must raise my devil horns and salute you Mr. Farr while i sit on my rock star throne because ultimately IT IS my Race Through Space

Anthony Sale

Outstanding!!!! No crap, Just Meat!!! Intense and Surreal!!!
An in-depth look at a new music style. A perfect blend of melodic rythms,old school rock and classic jazz (with a "make ya wanna rock" attitude in the mix of it all). Not for the faint of heart or those unable to look beyond "lyrics" and see the true intent of this album. Masterful and Melodic. A must buy!!! Bravo


Jazz/Rock without the wuss!
This is one of those albums that scratches the itch. You know the one...when you want to Rock (always capitalize the "R"), but don't want to be bored in five minutes. Great songs, funny lyrics, and the kind of guitar playing that makes teenagers stay home and practice on a Saturday night. Will be played often.


Rock? Yes! Jazz? Yes! Kicks My Ass? Hell, yeah!
Scott Farr in a word, Rocks. Great tunes, great players, incredible vocals. If you want to take it to the next level, this is your ticket to ride.

The Professor

John McLaughlin couldn't carry Scott Farr's guitar case!!!
This is music with no fear! Chops out the wazzoo!! Creative writing without bounderies. Buy this CD in bulk!

The Professor
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