We’re pleased to announce that the latest vinyl reissue of ‘People Get Funny…’ by Eddie Harris has hit the stores!

Eddie Harris was an American jazz musician, best known for playing tenor saxophone and for introducing the electrically amplified saxophone. During his career he recorded over 50 albums, mixing jazz with funk which resulted in Grammy Award nominations for two of his albums. The 1987 People Get Funny... recording contains the title track “People Get Funny When They Get a Little Money” and “La Carnival”, which are sublime examples of his jazz-funk style accompanied by vocals and scatting. “Silver Plated” and the other tracks are more in the jazz-hard-bop style. Featured on the album are drummer Carl Burnett, electric pianist William S. Henderson III and bass-player Larry Gales.

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