Mongo Santamaria ‎– Los Indios

Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I call a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday…

Claiming a terrific out come, sounding better when we pull out the drum and let the music play!!

Ignoring what a fanatic will say, sounding like Trump trying to clap back at the UK ambassador about his assessment..

Scoring points, check the mathematics!! beats will bump plus we clap back with this good word; we’re not stressed about it..

Blessed? no doubt about it, so we pass these blessings on!! listening to some soul jazz / Latin jazz from Mongo Santamaria ‎with a track called Los Indios

Still Afternoon Jazzing, to my constituents it’s a blessing reducing the spazzing that’ll occur!! check out the players and the track to see what it do / what it does!!

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

Ivan ‘Boogaloo’ Joe Jones – Inside Job

Sunday Jazz Continues!! I mean, what other kind of posts should I be making at this time?

Sunday and jazz go together. I told another whatever!! high and low posts are played in the game; it’s that time!!

Is that a crime if I’m going for mine? trying to cross the border like the migrant caravan but facing opposition!!

Is it a crime? some don’t even care man!!  distracted by Thanksgiving Day / Black Friday and even the  Cyber Monday that’s upcoming!!

We kept on funky drumming, like Ivan ‘Boogaloo’ Joe Jones mentions, it’s an  Inside Job; we’ll continue to get breakbeat scientific..

We kept on funky drumming, this is what it do!! check out the players and the track!! plus O-Zone pays attention to the inside job perpetrated by the devil who comes to rob / steal, kill and destroy!! you should know the deal with it!

 

 

Masters Of Groove ‎– Jamaican Rock

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Throwback Thursday, so this dude will try to represent..

The saga / struggle continues; oh yes!! it goes back and we’ll face the drama in the future!! I was told to accept it..

Old dude said did I expect it? what? the free lunch!! after it’s ate? numbers the system will crunch then bill collectors will call harassing!!

An old attitude meets a new one, just in time for Throwback Thursday; I had a hunch, now class is in session..

But I’m digressing!! we’re listening to the  Masters Of Groove as they drop some Jamaican Rock..

Check out the players and the track; they’re grooving!! they’re not faking the funk, these cats rock!!

Bernard “Pretty”  Purdie – Drums

Grant Green Jr – Guitar (Son of jazz great Grant Green!)

Reuben Wilson –  Hammond B3 Organ

Jerry Jemmott – Bass

Source: Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Masters Of Groove ‎– Jamaican Rock

Ray Shanklin – “Duke’s Theme”

Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re listening to some blues / soul jazz from  Ray Shanklin with aa track called  “Duke’s Theme”. This is from  Fritz The Cat (Original Soundtrack Recording).

Check out the players and the track…

Bass – Chuck Rainey
Drums – Bernard Purdie
Guitar – Arthur Adams
Percussion – Kenneth Nash
Keyboards / Written-By – Ray Shanklin
Vibraphone [Vibes] – Cal Tjader

Harlem River Drive – Seeds Of Life

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! some of my constituents are celebrating Labor Day..

Chilling out hopefully enjoying the fruits of their labor; please!! my constituents work hard for the money!

Dude at the Shell Station over on Panola Road in Lithonia / Stonecrest asked me for change / money, but he seemed much younger / healthier than me!! he should be in his prime money making years!!

Was it a con / shell game? trying to get over? or a cat stoned out of his mind due to drugs / alcohol or maybe mental issues / irrational fears?

O-Zone steers the mothership to a safe haven / safe harbor; reflecting / contemplating on the seeds of toil and strife…

Danger zone business is conducted amongst the corrupted!! what’s up with it? we’re reflecting / contemplating while listening to Harlem River Drive with Seeds Of Life

Check out the players and the track!! Let’s Go!!

Bass – Victor Venegas

Bass [Fender] – Andy Gonzalez

Congas – Eladio Perez

Drums – Bernard Purdy

Guitar [Accompanying] – Cornell Dupree

Lead Guitar – Bob Mann

Tenor Saxophone – Dick Meza

Timbales – Manny Oquendo

Trombone – Barry Rogers

Trumpet – Randy Brecker

Producer, PianoEddie Palmieri

Soprano Saxophone, Baritone SaxophoneRonnie Cuber

VocalsJimmy Norman

Harlem River Drive – Idle Hands

Digital Crate Digging Continues per the HumpDay Extravaganza!! it’s like this..

Jazz / funk / soul / hip hop / house music? weaponized for spiritual warfare; we continue to fight this!!

Shining the light with this like a low tech / low weaponized security guard, but with more authority…

This insight and the funk is dropped on the masses providing relief in a hostile territory…

Harlem River Drive with  Idle Hands will tell the story!! they’re a music group not the street mentioned by Bobbi Humphrey..

They get all the way live like Lakeside!! check out the players and the track!! we’re feeding souls that are hungry..

Baritone Saxophone – Ronnie Cuber

Bass – Gerald Jemmott

Congas – Eladio Perez

Drums – Bernard Purdie

Guitar – Cornell Dupree

Tenor Saxophone – Dick Meza

Timbales – Nick Marrero

Trombone – Bruce L. Fowler

PianoEddie Palmieri

VocalsJimmy Norman

 

 

Roy Ayers – Love Will Bring Us Back Together

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! We’re listening to some classic jazz funk from Roy Ayers with  Love Will Bring Us Back Together. Of course Roy Ayers handles the keyboards and vocals. Check out some additional players and the track.

Backing Vocals – Carla Vaughn / Bass, Handclaps – William Allen / Drums – Bernard “Pretty” Purdy / Guitar – Chuck Anthony

Houston Person – The Houston Express

Terrible / Terrific Tuesday is the venue; positive or negative? what’s the outlook?

What’s the perspective? acting like I knew!! but accused of being out here!! like a crook..

What’s the perspective? took a road trip down I-10 to enhance it, per the Gulf Coast Escapades..

Checked the perspective from Mobile to Houston; I-10 cruising!! letting go of the charades…

The funk / jazz played on 90.3 WBRH in Baton Rouge, but was it rouge covered up ongoing situations?

The funk / jazz is played per Houston Person with The Houston Express!! wish I had it when I was I-10 meandering!!

Understand? just check out the players and the track , as we  do it like this!!

 

 

 

Bernard Purdie – Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get

Sunday Jazz Continues!! we’re checking out Bernard Purdie with his version of the Dramatics classic  Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get. Check out the players and the track. Let’s Go!!