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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Tenor saxophonist Carlos Garnett is in fine form on this set, which is more accessible than expected considering his roots in the avant-garde. Although Garnett is the main soloist, there are spots for pianist Carlton Holmes who deserves to be better known, trumpeter Derrick Gardner, and trombonist Robert Trowers. The music includes a Latinized version of "Giant Steps," a credible remake of "My Favorite Things," a lyrical "Delilah," and the up-tempo modal blues "McCoy Next Block" and "Softly as in a Morning Sunrise" among the highlights. Garnett's tone may take a little getting used to, and though there are quite a few familiar tunes on this album, these versions are fresh, ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Tenor saxophonist Carlos Garnett is in fine form on this set, which is more accessible than expected considering his roots in the avant-garde. Although Garnett is the main soloist, there are spots for pianist Carlton Holmes who deserves to be better known, trumpeter Derrick Gardner, and trombonist Robert Trowers. The music includes a Latinized version of "Giant Steps," a credible remake of "My Favorite Things," a lyrical "Delilah," and the up-tempo modal blues "McCoy Next Block" and "Softly as in a Morning Sunrise" among the highlights. Garnett's tone may take a little getting used to, and though there are quite a few familiar tunes on this album, these versions are fresh, creative, and often full of subtle surprises.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/1/2001
  • Label: Savant
  • UPC: 633842201122
  • Catalog Number: 2011
  • Sales rank: 213,546

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Carlos Garnett Primary Artist, Tenor Saxophone
Robert Trowers Trombone
Neil Clarke Percussion
Alvin Flythe Tenor Saxophone
Derrick Gardner Trumpet
Carlton Holmes Piano
Shingo Okudaira Drums
Technical Credits
Carlos Garnett Producer
John Coltrane Composer
Joe Fields Executive Producer
Johnny Mandel Composer
Antônio Maria Composer
Jon Rosenberg Engineer
Paul Francis Webster Composer
Victor Young Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Carlos Garnett: One Of The Best Kept Secrets of Jazz

    After listening to this cd I knew that I had just heard one of the giants of jazz.I was very suprised at how this music kept me wanting it to go on and on. From the first track to the last Mr. Garnett takes us on a joyful trip with his original sound and phrashings, showing his Latin roots and his connection with the many jazz greats that have gone before. The arrangements and the use of other horns are a perfect fit. This is a great cd. Check out his treatment of ''My Favorite Things.'' Bravo Carlos!

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