Manu Dibango ‎– Electric Africa (featuring Herbie Hancock)

Digital Crate Digging Continues; on a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday where things can go either way…

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic check us out as we jam on it / let the music play..

We’re checking out some afro funk / jazz funk / world music from Manu Dibango ‎,  with a track called Electric Africa (featuring Herbie Hancock).

Due to COVID -19 / Coronavirus Manu Dibango passed away today in Paris France at the age of 86; in his memory we’ll continue to rock..

Check out the players and the track as we rebuke the hustle knock implemented against our people worldwide..

Check this out at Manu Dibango ‎– Electric Africa (featuring Herbie Hancock)

Miles Davis / DJ Krush – Black Satin / On The Corner

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday; I’m doing my due diligence..

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

….was in a mood for some jazz / also wanted to hear some hip hop; why not both of them?

 Checking out Black Satin /  On the Corner by Miles Davis remixed by DJ Krush. once again it’s on!!

This is from  Panthalassa: The Remixes,  a Miles Davis remix album produced by Bill Laswell, released twenty years ago on May 25, 1999

…Check it out, as we get breakbeat scientific good word dropping and good music playing!! 

Check it out at https://t.co/EQL6E3x2qs?amp=1

Fela Kuti – Army Arrangement

Digital Crate Digging Continues on this segment I like to call the Saturday Night Fever..

Maybe somebody is digging where we’re coming from; work is put in by this overachiever..

It’s going down!! per this funky drumming? we didn’t merge with the apparatus so hustle knocking is done to the status!! the healing process is for the scars..

It’s going down from Louisville / Newburg to Johannesburg; from the ATL to Charlotte Mecklenberg to Pluto to Mars…

Over in Nigeria /  Lagos? word about  how it goes / went per Fela Kuti with  Army Arrangement was delivered…

Check the scenario; the word on the curb is we’ve got out own issues over on this side of the pond; check out the players and the track; out in the cold my people shivered..

 

 

 

 

 

Bill Laswell Sacred System – X-Zibit-I

Sunday Jazz Continues!! we’re dropping this thing like it’s hot…

Let the music play!! we’re not stopping this!! we repell the scheme / plot..

We didn’t quit / stop!! no need to plead the fifth like Giuliani said Trump will do!!

We didn’t quit / stop!!  this is Exhibit A, on how we’ll play! beats thump, so what it do?

This good word is dropped!! X-Zibit -I from the Bill Laswell Sacred System will play..

Check out the players and the track!! as a matter of fact, you’ll see we don’t play!!

 

 

Bernie Worrell – Flex

Digital Crate Digging Continues!! we’re checking out some P Funk / hip hop / jazzhop from  P Funk proteg Bernie Worrell with a track called Flex. 

He’s got an all star cast playing with him!!   James Sumbi from Freestyle Fellowship, Mike G from the Jungle Brothers provide the vocals. Check out the other players and the track..

Alto Saxophone – Maceo Parker / Guitar – Bootsy Collins / Organ [Hammond B-3], Synthesizer [Mini Moog] – Bernie Worrell / Programmed By [Beats] – Darryl Mack / Programmed By [Beats], Loops – Bill Laswell / Trombone – Fred Wesley / Vocals – Bootsy Collins, Gary “Mudbone” Cooper, George Clinton, James Sumbi, Mike G

 

Source: Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Bernie Worrell – Flex

Material – For A Few Dollars More

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Flashback Friday; I pay homage and respect to days gone by..

Digital? analog? the saga / struggle continues!! the music will play!! it’s going down!! why ask why?

Jazz / funk / soul / hip hop / house music? you can use it, it’s all conducive!! it’ll get our minds right…

Let the music play!! plus, you know how we do as the Brotha O-Zone will drop this insight…

Let the music play!! sho you right!! we’re listening to Material with For A Few Dollars More, the theme from the Clint Eastwood movie!!

Check out the players and the track; if it sounds like Herbie Hancock’s Rockit it’s because Bill Laswell and  Grand Mixer D.S.T   are rocking it!! they’ll show and prove b…

Drums – Anton Fier

Guitar – Henry Kaiser, Robert Musso

Percussion – Daniel Ponce

Turntables –Grand Mixer D.S.T

ProducerMaterial

Synthesizer, Tape, Guitar, Drums, VoiceMichael Beinhorn

 

Carlos Santana – A Love Supreme (Bill Laswell Translation)

Digital Crate Digging Continues per #JazzAppreciationMonth: How about some jazz rock with Latin jazz seasoning from Carlos Santana with  A Love Supreme (Bill Laswell Translation). Check out the players and track..