“Melodias Calientes” (An Afro Cuban, Soulful House Mix) by DJ Spivey

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday; you should know how son will play!!

The saga / struggle continues!! by now you’ve heard a dude’s motto; let the music play!!

Let us pray was the advice from the preacher yesterday / Sunday; so we’re trying to manifest joy, peace and happiness…

So we’ll keep it moving / keep grooving; it’s going down from Sudan where the people deal with Rapid Support Forces on down to Cuba , where Trump inspired restricted travel is..

We’ll keep it moving; the mystery? we’re trying to unravel this!! already did the math / knowledge concerning The Kingdom of Kush in relation to Sudan..

We’ll keep it moving; the mystery? we’re trying to unravel this!! from Atlanta to Venezuela it’s harder out here for a player!! in soccer? it’s rough for an American!!

So what’s up man? it’s going down from London to Mumbai to Miami to back here in the ATL;  but just trying to chill for a minute listening to “Melodias Calientes” (An Afro Cuban, Soulful House Mix) by DJ Spivey

We’ll keep it moving / keep grooving!! check out the playlist and the mix!! O-Dog Day Partying!! all the way live is how it’ll be!!

Melodias Calientes: 00:00 Into My Life (DJ Spivey’s “South Beach” Touch) by Sunlightsquare
05:07 Cabrio Mango by COEO
09:36 Suena el Sabor by Mijangos
13:45 Black Sugar (Brutal Salsa Tribal Mix) by Brutal Bill 
16:43 Hoye Mama by Diephuis & Eastar
23:08 La Libertad (Justin Imperiale Remix) by Pablo Fierro & Justin Imperiale
27:53 Colors by M. Caporale feat. Pietro Nicosia
34:30 Puerto Rico by Daniel Haaksman
38:27 Lucia (Justin Imperiale Remix) by M. Caporale feat. Pietro Nicosia
43:02 African Samba (Afro Ritmo Do Brazil) by M. Caporale

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Ron Trent – Ori Space

Sunday Jazz err I mean Afternoon Jazz Continues, in conjunction with this Christmas Eve

Digital Crate Digging Continues, dropping jazz funk / soul jazz is the function; trying to achieve..

Please believe me, it’s going down check the sound!!  we’re spazzing on the  dysfunctional..

Local / National / International / Intergalactic; outer space? razzing done by aliens they told me how the funk should go…

Getting crunk though, in another form or fashion; caught up in this Afro /  Latin / future jazz fusion vibe provided by Ron Trent with a Jean-Luc Ponty tribute track called  Ori Space..

Slam dunks over naysayers when going to the hoop by this spiritual warfare baller / troop that’s on the case..

Hugh Masekela ‎– Working Underground

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!!

We’re listening to some afrobeat / afrojazz from Hugh Masekela ‎ talking about his constituents Working Underground in these African gold mines!!

Those that do knowledge know what’s up with that!! Check this out!!

Chico O’Farrill And His Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra – Igor’s Dream

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! We’re listening to some Afro-Cuban jazz from Chico O’Farrill And His Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra with  a track called Igor’s Dream!!

This is from their Pure Emotion album. These cats are playing!! Check out the album notes and the track!!

  Album Notes
Chico O’Farrill & His Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra.Personnel: Chico O’Farrill (conductor); Arturo O’Farrill, Jr. (piano); Mario Rivera, Bob Franceschini, Lenny Hambro, Rolando Briceno, Pablo Calogero, Gerald Chamberlain, Papo Vasquez, Robin Eubanks, Earl McIntyre, Victor Paz, Michael Mossman, Jim Seeley, Dan Collette, Tim Ouimette, Jeffrey Scott, Sharon Moe, Andy Gonzalez, Manny Oquendo, Jerry Gonzalez, Steve Berrios, Elisabeth Monder.Recorded in February 1995.

PURE EMOTION was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Performance.Personnel: Steve Berrios (quinto, drums, percussion); Mario Rivera, Bob Franceschini (flute, clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Lenny Hambro, Rolando Napoleon Briceno (flute, clarinet, alto saxophone); Pablo Calogero (baritone saxophone); Dan Collette, Tim Ouimette, Victor Paz, Michael Philip Mossman, Jim Seeley (trumpet); Sharon Moe (French horn); Angel Papo Vasquez, Earl McIntyre, Gerald Chamberlain, Papo Vasquez, Robin Eubanks (trombone); Arturo O’Farrill (piano); Jerry Gonzalez (congas); Manny Oquendo (bongos, bells).Audio Mixer: Michael Semanick.

Liner Note Authors: Todd Barkan; Bob Blumenthal.Recording information: Clinton Recording Studios, Inc., New York, NY (02/1995).Photographer: John Abbott .Unknown Contributor Roles: Chico O’Farrill; Angel Papo Vasquez; Earl McIntyre; Elisabeth Monder; Gerald Chamberlain; Lenny Hambro; Rolando Napoleon Briceno; Dan Collette; Jerry Gonzalez; Manny Oquendo; Mario Rivera; Andy Gonz lez; Pablo Calogero; Robin Eubanks; Arturo O’Farrill; Steve Berrios; Victor Paz; Sharon Moe; Michael Philip Mossman; Jim Seeley; Bob Franceschini; Tim Quimette.

Arranger: Chico O’Farrill.

After not having led a recording session under his own name in 29 years, O’Farrill came from seemingly out of nowhere to lead a terrific Afro-Cuban big band date on this CD. O’Farrill claims that he turned down offers to lead standard seven or eight-piece salsa bands on records over the years, preferring to wait until a big band opportunity came along – and clearly, he was bursting with accumulated charts dating from the 1960s through the 1990s.

Not too much has changed since O’Farrill’s exciting string of albums for Clef in the 1950s; if anything, his arranging hand has become surer, more sophisticated, thoroughly in touch as ever with a wide variety of influences. Most striking of all is how O’Farrill was able to build a fire underneath the musicians in the band, which includes leaders in their own right like trombonist Robin Eubanks, conguero Jerry Gonzalez and drummer Steve Berrios, as well as Tito Puente’s tenor sax/flute player Mario Rivera and O’Farrill’s son Arturo Jr. on piano.