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    Carlos Garnett Journey To Enlightenment (1974)

    Muse
    • Carlos Garnett – Journey To Enlightenment
    • Carlos Garnett – Love Flower
    • Carlos Garnett – Chana
    • Carlos Garnett – Caribbean Sun
    • Carlos Garnett – Let Us Go (To Higher Heights)
    • 1. Journey To Enlightenment
    • 2. Love Flower
    • 3. Chana
    • 4. Caribbean Sun
    • 5. Let Us Go (To Higher Heights)

    'Journey To Enlightenment' is Carlos Garnett's second album and was released in 1974 on Muse. The opening and title track is a true gem as it delves into spiritual jazz territory over an epic ten minutes.

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