Digital Crate Digging Continues on this HumpDay Extravaganza segment, maybe my people can dig it!
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes; getting over the hump is emphasized but facing opposition from the system y’all should know they rig it…
What? the outcome but we’re fighting back pulling out the drum and dropping this good word!
Those are the weapons of choice as we fight the confusion / chaos per the ongoing spiritual warfare; you heard?
Basically we’re just doing our thing! even Lou Donaldson told us It’s Your Thing!!
Check out the players and the track as we “holla back” at our constituents, just doing our thing!
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Lou Donaldson. – It’s Your Thing
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Flashback Friday,
that’s how I’m trying to play for those wondering…
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on, it’s a blessing to be here making it a Fabulous Friday!!
out here on I-20 in Atlanta? oh yeah, we’re still wandering!
Still wondering when the madness will cease; Flashback Friday / back in the day? dealt with
Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul with their shenanigans up in Kentucky..
Now we’re down here in Georgia with
Brian Crooked Kemp and Marjorie Taylor Greene types with their hypes; so what’s up with me?
We’re putting it down, we’ll proceed and continue
on this Conquest, doing our best to drop this breakbeat acience!! at the moment we’re in the lab chilling listening to this smooth track from Charles Earland called ‘Cause I Love Her..
Check out the players and the track as we “holla back” on the smooth tip after hitting the ground running with
the O-Dog Day Party!! we’re taking it down a thousand, you heard?
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Charles Earland – Cause I Love Her
Digital Crate Digging Continues, check us out!! we’re “all up in” this HumpDay Extravaganza…
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes / toil and strife goes on; might have told you, getting over the hump is the business, somebody will “understand a brotha”
The saga / struggle continues check these menus as this good word is dropped along with these sounds…
While chilling out in the lab? two of my favorite things, seeped in the joy that it brings when we’re on shaky grounds..
Undergoing beat therapy / sonic rehab!! speaking of my favorite things we’re listening to Charles Earland and Seldon Powell with My Favorite Things (1973)
Shout out to
Deep Track Zach a fellow crate digger who turned me on to this one / these things!! he knows what the deal will be!!
I dropped versions of this
Julie Andrews classic earlier, I had Ronnie Jordan and John Coltrane revisions..
Check out this version from Mr Earland and Mr Powell and the other all star players they’re working with; check how we’re swerving with this check the style!! we’re out here off of I-20 in Atlanta Afternoon Jazzing!!
From the Prestige LP “Charles III” (PRT-10061)
Soprano Saxophone/Organ: Charles Earland
Tenor Saxophone: Seldon Powell
Tuba: Jack Jeffers
Trumpet: Joe Shepley
Drums: Darryl Washington
Recording Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Producer: Jim Rein
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday; this is the kind of work exhibited, so who’ll work with me?
It’s great to be here so we’ll call it a Thankful Thursday!! feeling some kind of way, some of us are unworthy..
Chilling out in the lab on a cloudy day in Atlanta; O-Dog Day Partying earlier but check out the mood swing..
Shady dealing led to rehab in an atmosphere that’s drab; bear therapy taking place!! check out the relief the soul food will bring..
Afternoon Jazzing!! I’m caught up in some soul jazz / jazz funk!! checking out organist
Charles Earland with his version of Sly and the Family Stones’s Sing A Simple Song.
Check out the players and the track, they’ll putting work in and it’s working!! oh no!! they’re not wrong!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a rainy Saturday afternoon down here in Atlanta..
The saga / struggle continues, good sounds are on these menus along with the good word; somebody will understand a brotha!!
Jamming? that’s what this brotha will do as we act like we knew!! staying on code; thick as thieves like Whitey Bulger
praising Trump and knocking Mueller?
Naw!! damning whether we do or don’t? game recognizes game!! that’s the word from Louisville’s / Newburg’s own old schooler Abdullah…
I’m not trying to fool with ya is what I told a shady dealer; why be a punishment glutton, going through the madness over and over? naw!! I don’t like it!!
Just trying to school ya with this O-Dog Day Party with Afternoon Jazz implications; check out the players and the track per listening to
Charles Earland with this Randy Muller / Skyy produced track called I Like It..
Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out this soul-jazz from
Charles Earland – with a track called Black Talk…from his album of the same name. Check out the players and the track..
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Charles Earland – Black Talk
Sunday Jazz Continues!! that Sunday Jazz mood is dominant.
Chilling out, hitting you up with these jazz posts!! that’s what this is about…
Keeping me out of those streets!! please!! spots will get
raided like Michael Cohen’s…
Alt-Shift-Delete is the webmaster type business!! bets are faded while your out there trying to get open!!
We had a notion; lets check out
Charles Earland…with his version of Aquarius!! oh yes!! he’s got the knack..
This song is off of the Black Talk album by Mr. Earland!! I posted
the title song of that album earlier. Check out the players and the track…
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Charles Earland / Aquarius
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Throwback Thursday!! We’re digging deep for this one!! We’re listening to
Charles Earland with a jazz funk / disco jazz track called Over and Over!!
It has a “
Skyy” kind of flavor to it, being that it’s arranged / co- produced by Skyy leader Randy Muller . Check out the other players and the track!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! Excuse me for being intergalactic with it, rolling with
Charles Earland catching the Cosmic Fever! Check out the all star players also rolling with him and the track..
Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out some soul jazz from
Charles Earland, with his version of Quincy Jones classic Killer Joe. Somebody open up a window, it’s funky in here!! Check out the players and the track…