Featuring Mitch Farber, Miami’s Own-DUO BRUBECK

If there were a “Groove Genie” in a bottle, anyone who knew Mitch Farber would toss it back in the ocean; not needed here, thank you!


Mitch doesn’t just groove at the grooviest level, he adds melodic interest to the groove, then layers in contrasting ideas and of course, alternates grooves within a tune.

“You Are My Sunshine”

“I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart” on Top of “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”

Mitch Farber grooves with rhythmic chords, he grooves with single line riffs, he grooves with percussive sounds on the guitar, with different patches, with two voice and three voice and … voice riffs; he grooves with bass lines; heck, even the electric cord to the amp grooves when Mitch is playing! (Where is Dr. Seuss, when you need him?)

Mitch also LISTENS, with HUGE ears, and ENJOYS the music as he makes it. Mitch Farber is most certainly a divinely appointed gift from God. Here are a few tunes with Mitch, that are not part of concerts that he alternated tunes or sets with Tom Lippincott, which will be posted later, and include two more sets worth of music with Mitch, and two with Tom.

“Its Bitsy Spider”

“Go Tell Aunt Rhosy”

“Stereogram No. 6”

Performing live together for the University of Miami Jazz Hour on WDNA 88.9 was a highlight for sure.

“Sea Journey”

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