Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Throwback Thursday, who’ll work with me on another “anything goes” night? you might hear anything!!
Due to this being a Thankful Thursday and it being a blessing to be here? we were O-Dog Day Partying earlier but we’ve got other work to do, check us out as we do our thing!
Check out these remote outpost musings, we’re back in the lab after being out in those Atlanta streets riding through remnants of Tropical Storm Nicholas but now we’re back with this providing bonus coverage but it’s par for the course!
Checking out some jazz from Freddie Hubbard with a cut called Outer Forces. This is from Mr. Hubbard’s “Blue Spirits” album, recorded at Van Gelder Studio on february 26, 1965.
This was remastered in 2004, check out the players and the track to catch the score! these cats are going in, they didn’t shuck or jive!
Sunday Jazz Continues, check us out!! the pilot is “back up in here” steering the mothership…
Stepped outside to get some fresh air, the four walls were closing in due to sheltering in place / social distancing now a brotha is ready to get breakbeat scientific..
Took five thousand steps of a scheduled ten thousand, it’s hard to get there when your “housing” but we’ll make it…
Now back to this sound!! exploring different jazz elements earlier jazz hopping and jazz dancing / housing earlier but now we’ve got other work to do, keeping it real not fake with it..
Made a break for it now I’m back with it, jazz funking this time!! listening to Weldon Irvine with a track called Cosmic Vortex (Justice Divine)
Not pumping brakes kid!! check the players and the track!! crunk with this thing like back in the day ATLiens “Freakniking”? please!! these players are worried about the cosmic karma due to the sport being complex!!coronavirus some kind of cruel justice? at the end of the day? there’ll be an intervention that’s divine…
Digital Crate Digging Continues during Jazz Appreciation Month!! we’re checking out some classic soul jazz music from Hank Crawford with his version of Stevie Wonder’s You’ve Got It Bad Girl. Check out the players and the track..