Mongo Santamaria – The Promised Land

SundayJazz  Continues  check these menus, is this the soundtrack for the Full Moon / Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio tonight / tomorrow!

The saga /struggle continues; let the music play!! actually, it’s a good way to deal with the pain and sorrow..

..After being disappointed by following the yellow brick road, maybe even to the so called Promised Land..

Missed appointments? reflected on while chilling out riding down I-20  here in Atlanta, the so called Promised Land..

Musical anointing? listening to Mongo Santamaria with a track called  The Promised  Land, check out the players and the track!!

Sprinkle oil on this thing per Sunday morning church renderings! blessings received rebuking empty promises as we get breakbeat scientific..

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Mongo Santamaria ‎– Los Indio

Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I refer to as a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday..

Things can go either way, claiming the terrific outcome!! celebrating by pulling out the drum and following my motto; “Let The Music Play”

….O-Dog Day Day Partying earlier but check the mood swing, Afternoon Jazzing!! actually? this vibe is in that same vein..

Jazz funking / Latin Jazzing!!  due to the next mood swing I could be out here spazzing! it’s rough out here!! me and my constituents are feeling the same pain!!

Doing the damn thing, check this soul food we bring!! in the midst of the ongoing spiritual warfare we’re fighting back with this good word and the sound!! at the moment listening to Mongo Santamaria with a track called Los Indio

This is from his Afro – Indio release back in  1975 / 1976, I’m digging it, getting my Afro / Indio / Cuban musical fix!! check out the players and the track to see what it do!!

Check this out at Mongo Santamaria – Los Indio

Hummingbird ‎– Fire and Brimstone

Sunday Jazz / Digital Crate Digging Continues, two forces / concepts combine on this Sunday morning as we continue to get breakbeat scientific!!

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on, but we’ll carry on to be specific!!

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on!! we’ll carry on, Staying Strong; Supreme Courage and Maximum Strength was mentioned earlier by O-Zone!!

So once again it’s on as we carry on!! digging real deep for this one!! checking out this group called  Hummingbird ‎– with a track called Fire and Brimstone.

This is from their We Can’t Go On Meeting Like This album from 1976, it should be something you can dig:  fire and brimstone, an appropriate subject for this Sunday morning? while the devil and his advocates are “buking and scorning” we’re listening to  some of that original jazz funk / grassroots type funk, these cats are playing!!

…Bernard Purdie is playing the sh@T out of those drums!! check out the other players and the track so you can “see what I’m saying”

Louie Ramirez – Barrio Nuevo

 Sunday Jazz Continues on this first Sunday of the year 2022; Happy New Year to you and yours!

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on, who’s keeping the scores?

We’re trying to move on to the next but still dealing with the 2021 aftermath, doors closing others opening!

We’re trying to move on to the next! bigger plans developed per this New Moon in Capricorn? 

 Check us out as we span the globe brainstorming, blasting off from our runway out here off of I-20 in Atlanta mentioned in my Chronicles. 

Local / national / international and intergalactic is how we move but knowing the devil will oppose. 

We carry on, still trying to reach them and those coming through listening to this Latin Jazz from vibraphonist Louie Ramirez with a track called Barrio Nuevo

This is a continuation from the vibe earlier, check the players and the track to see how / what this work will do!!

Alto Saxophone – Bob Porcelli

Backing Vocals – Erik Alexander Liz LampertSusan Skye

Bass – Gordon EdwardsRasan Jemmott MfalmeWilliam Salter

Congas – Arthur Jenkins

Drums – Bernard Purdie

Guitar – Cornell Dupree

Percussion [Latin] – Johnny Rodriguez

Piano – Paul Griffin

Producer – Jerry MasucciLouie Ramirez

Vibraphone, Timbales – Louie Ramirez

Written-By – L. Ramirez

Tony Allen With Africa 70 – Afrodisco Beat ·

Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I refer to as a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday; things can play out either way..

They can be lackluster or spectacular!! from both extremes or somewhere in between!! soon caught up in the fray? 

….or paradise or to that place where “it ain’t nothing nice” ; going back and forth like Cameo mentioned..

Think Twice per Donald Byrd, you heard? peep game as a hater comes forth making cameo appearances with the interference, I hope y’all pay attention!! 

Nice with this good word, playing this and that dimension!! now back and forth overseas, check this motherland style per Tony Allen With Africa 70with a track called  Afrodisco Beat · 

Nice with those drums? Tony Allen, a funky drummer like Idris Muhammad, Clyde Stubblefield and Bernard Purdie so who’ll work with me? we’re dropping this disco jazz / jazz funk / afrobeat on the street!!

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Mongo Santamaria ‎– Los Indio

Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I refer to as a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday..

Things can go either way, claiming the terrific outcome!! celebrating by pulling out the drum and following my motto; “Let The Music Play”

….O-Dog Day Day Partying earlier but check the mood swing, Afternoon Jazzing!! actually? this vibe is in that same vein..

Jazz funking / Latin Jazzing!!  due to the next mood swing I could be out here spazzing! it’s rough out here!! me and my constituents are feeling the same pain!!

Doing the damn thing, check this soul food we bring!! in the midst of the ongoing spiritual warfare we’re fighting back with this good word and the sound!! at the moment listening to Mongo Santamaria with a track called Los Indio

This is from his Afro – Indio release back in  1975 / 1976, I’m digging it, getting my Afro / Indio / Cuban musical fix!! check out the players and the track to see what it do!!

Check this out at Mongo Santamaria ‎– Los Indio

Mongo Santamaria ‎– Hitchcock Railway

Sunday Jazz Continues on a hot afternoon / evening here in Atlanta; skies look cloudy but the meteorologists blame it on the Godzilla Sahara Dust Storm..

Son!! I’m  ready to spaz as Breonna Taylor protests up in Jefferson Square in Louisville get fired on; the coupon for redemption shows  no expired on date!! it’s not too late, God will deliver us from the storm..

…mentioned earlier in my it all falls apart post but not playing high post I’m  real with it!! your dude is down to earth..

Mentioned earlier, a dude falls through with heart and soul  from coast to coast, worldwide after the mothership landed us on earth..

Paid attention, work to do!! rolling down I-20 in Atlanta listening to some latin jazz from Mongo Santamaria ‎with a track called  Hitchcock Railway

His version of the Joe Cocker song? check the lyrics provided so you won’t get me wrong!! as we proceed and continue / move along check out the players rolling with Mongo Santamaria as they play!!

Check this out at Mongo Santamaria ‎– Hitchcock Railway

Sonny Phillips – Sure ‘Nuff, Sure ‘Nuff

Digital Crate Digging Continues!! check us out this Humpday Extravaganza is going down!!

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on, bumped up due to this coronavirus that’s going around..

Your dude is hunkered down / sheltering in place / quarantining and social distancing…

But bringing the funky sound plus on the case with this good word after observing the scene from a distance; doing the damn thing!!

Oh yeah!! doing the damn thing!! jamming!! pulled out some old school jazz!! listening to Sonny Phillips with a track called Sure ‘Nuff, Sure ‘Nuff

Oh yeah!! speaking of doing the damn thing these cats are jamming!! check out the players and the track!! can I get a amen? “sho nuff!! sho nuff!!

Masters Of Groove – Masters Of Groove Twist

Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Throwback Thursday; that’s the kind of business being conducted…

Oh!! earlier we waxed poetic, plus we got techno / technical with it but it’s all good nobody was corrupted..

Well, at least not on this side of town!! no poetic justice was served by the GOP in the Senate concerning a Trump Impeachment; now Trump was at the Prayer Breakfast acting like he won the pennant..

Please!! some will need to pump brakes as they ride through town!! karma is something else, jokers will tempt fate..

Meanwhile this chef is in the kitchen aka the lab ready to serve this hot plate!! listening to some classic jazz funk from the Masters Of Groove with a track called Masters Of Groove Twist

Check the style, Bernard Pretty Purdie on drums,  Grant Green Jr  on the guitar,  Reuben Wilson on the keyboards , Jerry Jemmott on the bass; points scored / Afternoon Jazzing with  that jazz funk in our face!! check out the track / the plot twist..

Houston Person – “The Houston Express”

Digital Crate Digging Continues on some Flashback Friday type of business..

The saga / struggle continues as we go back to the future; my people know what the deal is…

Plus they know what the real is;  game is peeped from Israel with Netanyahu to the crisis in Venezuela..

My people know what the real is!!  others reaped what they sowed, as I mentioned before it’s hard out here for a player!!

On this Friday morning? we’ve got that feeling, O-Zone flowed down I-20 in Atlanta the runway / gateway  to the universe..

Rolling out / riding out!! escapades on the Gulf Coast out on I-10 on the way to Houston were mentioned earlier in the verse…

Now check out the flavor burst, listening to this jazz funk / soul jazz from Houston Person with a track called “The Houston Express”

Check out the players and the track, trying not to spaz as we’ll try to get our minds right early on a Friday morning; relieving the stress..

Guitar – Billy Butler

Piano, Electric Piano – Paul Griffin

Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Harold Vick

Trombone – Garnett Brown, Jack Jeffers

Trumpet – Ernie Royal, Money Johnson, Thad Jones

DrumsBernard Purdie

Bass [Fender]Gerry Jemmott

OrganJimmy Watson

Tenor SaxophoneHouston Person