Requiem for a Dog
Ask anyone who has heard The Catfish Groove Farm to describe their sound and you might get a few different answers. Some describe them as a Jam band, while others might say acid jazz or fusion. Some might say they hear inklings of Santana, Galactic, Steely Dan, Billy Cobham, The Pat Metheny Group, or John Scofield. The truth is, The Catfish Groove Farm has a sound that can be difficult to pin down. That's the way they want it, however. The Catfish Groove Farm set out to distinguish themselves as a band that combines elements of many diverse styles of music, including jazz, fusion, funk, acid jazz, rock, and Latin. At the core of their organic sound is a remarkable ability to improvise and play from the hip. The Catfish Groove Farm is more than a jam band, more than a jazz, acid jazz, or fusion band. It is an expression of a love for music made by four exceptional musicians.