Friday, March 16, 2012

Carlos Garnett - Chana

Let's end the week with one of the funkiest jazz gems I think I've ever heard in Carlos Garnett's 1974 cut "Chana". This track was originally released off of the Panamanian-American jazz saxophonist's full-length album Journey To Enlightenment which features some nice percussion work by Charles Pulliam (congas), Neil Clarke (percussion), and Howard King (Drums). The track, as well as the rest of the album, has an overall funky spiritual jazz feel that, at least for me, is simply addicting to listen to. With "Chana", Garnett proves again how funky, spiritual jazz can actually be.

Carlos Garnett - "Chana"

1 comment:

Stu said...

Love this track...thanks for the post...Stu

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