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|1. Boogety Boogety|
|4. Haynes Here|
|6. Seeds from the Underground|
|8. Welcome Earth Song|
|9. Ballad Jarrett|
|10. Laviso, I bon?|
I've a big fan of Kenny Garrett since the '90s.
His strong, attractive song-writing skills are on display to great effect here, coupled with his quite unique, powerful, and "pert" saxophone improvisations.
I'll post a more detailed review later, but for now I just want to say that if you like Kenny Garrett, you should love this new release.
I rate this cd on a par with some of the old Blue Note jazz albums. Kenny Garrett is quite a sax player.Published 19 months ago by walter green
Overall good cd, it has a good mix of upbeat fast paced songs & more mellow slower songs. I think folks can find something they would like on this cd.Published 20 months ago by Terrance Steele
a fascinating blend of top musicianship, innovation, melody, edgy rhythms ... accomplished as garrett has been acknowledged as an artist, he keeps pushing boundaries to new limitsPublished 20 months ago by GamerMonroe
I saw this young man perform on a festival during the summer of 2012. He was absolutely incredible. I look forward to acquiring a dvd of a performance.Published 21 months ago by ohemp
Of course, Kenny Garrett recorded some great recordings. The first one I'm thinking of is Songbook with the late Kenny Kirkland (4 stars). Triology was a bad ass as well (4 stars). Read morePublished 23 months ago by freddiefreejazz
I got to download for $3 bucks,so I thought I'd give it a go.
Some of the stuff sounds like McCoy Tyner (JMac)and that is the bomb. Read more
I really listen to a lot of smooth jazz but I know the real thing when I hear it, and Seed From The Underground is a great straight ahead jazz album. I got the MP3's for 5. Read morePublished 23 months ago by William P. Carter
I've a big fan of Kenny Garrett since the '90s. He lost me a bit with some of his Pharoah Sanders collaborations (although I love Pharoah with his own bands), but this one might... Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by Amazon Customer