Two foot cow "Charikanari", is the dramatization of a hunting scene. As this masked dance begins, the observer is introduced to a two footed cow and a hunter (hunta-man) carrying on his shoulder a sixteen-gauge gun.
As the story unravels, we witness the frolicsome capers of the lilting tune of the harmonica, accompanied by the resounding, measured, rhythmic boom of the Garifuna bass drum (Segundo), and the lead Garifuna drum (Primero).
The buffoonery never fails to capture the imagination of the -----Charikanari story by: Clifford Palacio "This video is dedicated to two of our fallen brother and sister, that played a very important role in the recording of "Two Foot Cow " at Paramount Studio in Hollywood. Babylon Warriors member: the late: Dana Martinez (harmonica, backing vocal) , and guest artist, the late: Andy Palacio (lead & backing vocals). Other guest artist included: Renich "Reptile" Michaels (lead & backing vocal / co-writer), Tony "T-Love" Garcia (lead & backing vocal / co-writer), Babylon Warriors members includes: Patrick Barrow (grater) Raymond Barrow (backing vocal, percussions) Lesmond Sosa (backing vocal, percussions) Jessie Flores (lead & backing vocal, lead garifuna drums), Georgette Lambey (backing vocal, shaker) Sapps Sapps Sanchez (backing vocals, bass garifuna drums) Nelson Fuller (percussion) guest artists on backing vocals: (Dennise Bermudez, Stephannie Williams)
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