12395007464?profile=originalAnother Basement Recordings production... Garvin’s much sort after solo work Belle Eau Road Blues is a gem.  It features a funky fusing of all of his life influences---jazz motifs, African percussions and Caribbean rhythms.  Other artistes appearing on the CD include: world renowned South African pianist Tony Cedras, drummer Damon Duewhite, bassist Bakithi Kumalo, percussionists Cyro Baptista, Jeff Haynes, Kofo Anyanfowora , famed Caribbean keyboardist  Frankie McIntosh  and Trinidad’s own superstar, and special guest artist, David Rudder. The famed Wallace Austin is steelpan tuner.

"Belle Eau Road Blues, great music and an impeccable recording...

-Max Roach...
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  • Beautiful music...great artistes....well put together....where does one pick up a CD??.....marketing!

  • Wonderful tribute to Belle Eau Road--one to which  multi ethnic heritages of  our country belong.

  • EXCELLENT.  A very good recording.

  • .........Very nice, love it..............

  • Spine-tingling sounds and rhythms to which we have all grown accustomed over the years. To hear it thus packaged now into this quintessential mood and feeling gives the human ear a gem of great listening pleasure, and lends a beautiful emotion to this masterful opus. One gets the impression that the warmth and vibrations of the people of Belle Eau Road, and all of Belmont, Woodbrook and surrounding areas where originality in panmusic and our other cultural mediums emerged, evolved and where capacities for musical expression were honed and explored are all represented in this encapsulation of the human spirit. In simple parlance, this damn ting sweet for days.


  • WOW ! enjoying this!

  • suh-weeet

  • Awesome.

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