Chic – Good Times

Digital Crate Digging Continues as we handle this Throwback Thursday type of business!

The saga / struggle continues as we show gratitude for this moment; its a blessing to be here so we’re also handling Thankful Thursday type of business!

Of course we’re retro futuristic with it, that’s the type of business handled out here in our remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta!

But as I keep mentioning the business handled is of a local,  national,  international and intergalactic nature; somebody will understand a brotha!

We’re celebrating life, O-Dog Day Partying with this classic track called Good Times by Chic!

Not related to Good Times with Florida, JJ Walker and James Evans and them but for these times it is unique! 

Vocals: Alfa Anderson
Keyboards: Andy Schwartz
Bass Guitar: Bernard Edwards
Producer: Bernard Edwards
Vocals: Bernard Edwards
Engineer: Bob Clearmountain
Strings: Cheryl Hong
Masterer: Dennis King
Vocals: Fonzi Thornton
Strings: Karen Karlsrud
Strings: Karen Milne
Vocals: Luci Martin
Vocals: Michele Cobbs
Guitar: Nile Rodgers
Producer: Nile Rodgers
Keyboards: Raymond Jones
Keyboards: Robert Sabino
Percussion: Sammy Figueroa
Drums: Tony Thompson
Vocals: Ullanda McCullough
Strings: Valerie Haywood
Composer, Writer: Bernard Edwards
Composer, Writer: Nile Rodgers


We’ve Got A Lot Of Work To Do (Part Ten)

It’s a blessing to see this day, true indeed!! that’s why I like to call it a Thankful Thursday! 

I’m not stressing but I will admit, we’ve got a lot of work to do so I’m acting like I knew but the question is: who’ll work with me? 

As I keep reminding some on how it’s all done I’ve mentioned that  it’s rough out here, my folk need encouragement.  

Visions of minding and tending aka chilling? enjoying silken memories in a calm moment? 

Needed! but the evil opponent aka the devil and his advocates creeped in these situations.  

Plus some were self medicated,  the coping strategy used;  smoked out /  weeded, but dealing with smoke induced hallucinations. 

Check this out at We’ve Got A Lot Of Work To Do (Part Ten)