Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out this Charles Earland…he has an Intergalactic Love Song for us..check out the players and the track…it’s going down y’all !! Let’s Go!!!
Sunday Jazz Continues..wait…it’s Monday..so this is Digital Crate Digging Continues…but still in a Sunday Jazz mood. Checking out this classic cut Killer Joe from Charles Earland
This is his version of the Quincy Jones classic…check out the players and the track…
Sunday Jazz Continues..digging deep in the crates for this one!! checking out guitarist Boogaloo Joe Jones– with a track called Right On!!! This is from his album called Right On Brother!! word!!
This is from 1970, hence the nickname Boogaloo and the name of the song Right On…straight from the late 60’s early 70’s….Check out the all star players and the track..
Digital Crate Digging Continues…..in conjunction with what I listen to at work; …rough Monday at the j-o-b. ……first free moment I had? I rushed to the hooptie with the quickness!!
It was a cold day in Atlanta….when I got to my ride I turned the key on..letting the engine warm up. (Well not too long….happened to look down…gas was down to a quarter of a tank)
…..anyway…pressed the button on the old Kenwood CD AM / FM deck….(low budget pimping) …turned to 91.9 WCLK here in Atlanta….
…the sound selector Nicole Sweeney was playing this nice track ..Charles III …by Charles Earland…it sounded so nice? I had to hear it twice….check it out!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues….still on the jazz / funk tip….checking out organist Charles Earland…Leaving This Planet
…Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, and Eddie Henderson. were rolling with him on this project…classic material y’all!!! plus I feel him on this….I wan’t to leave this planet myself….sometimes I do!! but that’s another story…details coming soon…..in the meantime check this out at Random Thoughts From A Brotha….
Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out this classic Charles Earland…Coming To You Live..
featuring Marcus Miller (bass), Doc Powell (guitar), Buddy Williams (drums), Rubens Bassini (percussion), Melvin “Sparks” Hassan (guitar) and Ullanda McCullough (backing vocals). Mr. Earland played Fender Rhodes, Hammond Organ and Arp String Ensemble….some nice old school jazz / funk..
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Charles Earland: Coming To You Live.