Digital Crate Digging Continues per my Music Monday format; my constituents encouraged us, we were told to “go on with that”
…not in a negative form or fashion they told us to keep jamming!! they said yeah!! do that!!
Acting like we knew that and this !! bumping heads with the thought and fashion police because jokers keep changing the rules or even ignoring them..
Acting like we do? dropping this good word with beats that are bumping!! going off like it’s the
NBA Summer League; points? we’re scoring them!!
housing them and even hip hopping them; my jazz funk lovers? we’re not ignoring them!!
O-Dog Day Partying!! plus arousing them and those!! listening to composer’s
Lalo Schifrin track called Baia!! whatcha know about him?
This is off he soundtrack from the
movie Black Widow; check the players and funky track..
Perfect for this Music Monday or any day!! as we bring it back..
Alto Saxophone – Joe Farrell Arranged By, Conductor – Lalo Schifrin Backing Vocals – Patti Austin Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams Congas – Carlos Martin Drums – Andy Newmark Electric Bass – Anthony Jackson Flute – George Marge, Jerry Dodgion, Joe Farrell Guitar – John Tropea Keyboards – Clark Spangler, Lalo Schifrin Percussion – Carter Collins, Don Alias, Sue Evans Producer – Creed Taylor Trombone – Barry Rogers, Billy Campbell, Wayne Andre Trombone [Bass] – Dave Taylor Trumpet – Jon Faddis Violin – Charles Libove, David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Lookofsky, Matthew Raimondi, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman
Sunday Jazz Continues!! I always like Steely Dan…with they’re jazz flavored sounds and futuristic lyrics….this is Steely Dan protege
Donald Fagen with a cut called I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)
According to Wikipedia, “the ‘I.G.Y.’ of the title refers to the ‘International Geophysical Year’, an event that ran from July 1957 to December 1958.
The I.G.Y. was an international scientific project promoting collaboration among the world’s scientists. Fagen’s lyrics reference futuristic concepts such as solar-powered cities, a transatlantic tunnel, permanent space stations, and spandex jackets.”
Steely Dan / Mr. Fagen always had top notch / all star players backing him up….check out the players and the track…
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Donald Fagen –I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some jazz funk from Lalo Schifrin with a track called Quiet Village (Cha Cha Cha). Check out the players and the track..
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some disco jazz / jazzdance from
Lalo Schifrin with a track called Dragonfly. Check out the players and the track..
Alto Saxophone – Joe Farrell
Arranged By, Conductor – Lalo Schifrin
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams
Bass – Anthony Jackson
Congas – Carlos Martin
Drums – Andy Newmark
Flute – George Marge, Jerry Dodgion, Joe Farrell
Guitar – John Tropea
Keyboards – Clark Spangler, Lalo Schifrin
Percussion – Carter Collins*, Don Alias, Sue Evans
Trombone – Barry Rogers, Billy Campbell, Wayne Andre
Trombone [Bass] – Dave Taylor*
Trumpet – Jon Faddis
Violin – Charles Libove, David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Lookofsky, Matthew Raimondi, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman
Sunday Jazz Continues; we’re checking out some jazz funk from
– with a track called Good And Plenty. Check out the players and the track. Jon Faddis
Baritone Saxophone, Tuba – Howard Johnson
Bass – Anthony Jackson, Will Lee
Cello – Beverly Lauridsen, Kermit Moore, Richard Bock , Richard Locker
Drums – Chris Parker, Steve Gadd
French Horn – Fred Griffin, John Clark
Guitar – Jeff Mironov, John Tropea
Guitar, Banjo – Cliff Morris
Percussion – Crusher Bennett*
Piano [Acoustic] – Pat Rebillot, Raymond Chew*, Warren Bernhart*
Saxophone, Flute – George Opalinsky, Harold Vick
Tenor Saxophone – Michael Brecker
Trombone, Trombone [Bass] – Barry Rogers, David Taylor
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Earl Gardner, Lew Soloff, Virgil Jones
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Trumpet [Piccolo] – Jon Faddis
Tuba – Tony Price
Vibraphone, Xylophone, Bells [Orchestra], Percussion – George Devens
Violin – Alfred V. Brown*, Diana Halorin*, Harry Cykman, Isadora Kohon, Kathryn Kienke, Lewis Eley, Louann Montesi, Marvin Morgenstern, Max Pollikoff, Richard Sortomme