Digital Crate Digging Continues as we combine these Throwback Thursday / Thankful Thursday concepts.
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on, this veteran in the game knows how the sport gets!
One who quits / forfeits plays right into the hands of the apparatus, that’s their preferred status..
..for you; so what it do? we’ll just proceed and continue to do what we do “holla at you with this”.
We’re coming through checking out some soul jazz from Steve Gadd and The Gadd Gang with a track called Watching The River Flow.
Check out the players and the track, as we proceed and continue with this Afternoon Jazz set, going for what we know!!
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Steve Gadd and The Gadd Gang – Watching The River Flow.
Sunday Jazz Continues on this first Sunday of the year 2022; Happy New Year to you and yours!
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on, who’s keeping the scores?
We’re trying to move on to the next but still dealing with the 2021 aftermath, doors closing others opening!
We’re trying to move on to the next! bigger plans developed per this New Moon in Capricorn?
Check us out as we span the globe brainstorming, blasting off from our runway out here off of I-20 in Atlanta mentioned in my Chronicles.
Local / national / international and intergalactic is how we move but knowing the devil will oppose.
We carry on, still trying to reach them and those coming through listening to this Latin Jazz from vibraphonist
Louie Ramirez with a track called Barrio Nuevo
This is a continuation
from the vibe earlier, check the players and the track to see how / what this work will do!!
Alto Saxophone –
Backing Vocals –
Erik Alexander , Liz Lampert, Susan Skye
Gordon Edwards, Rasan Jemmott Mfalme, William Salter
Percussion [Latin] –
Jerry Masucci, Louie Ramirez
Vibraphone, Timbales –
Sunday Jazz Continues on a Sunday afternoon but this science dropped is good for any time frame..
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on of course! but of course the system will play a mind game..
Rocking venues as the toil and strife continues that’s par for the course like systemic racism continues
in conjunction with Covid 19..
Rocking venues sonic oil anointing the masses against evil, so we’ll get our minds right and quit playing!!
Hustle knocking rebuked,
we’re not quitting / stopping like Eddie Harriswe’ll Live Right Now..
Living for today in the midst of the madness!! check the players and this funky track that’ll play, here and now!!
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Eddie Harris – Live Right Now
Sunday Jazz Continues on a hot Sunday afternoon down here in Atlanta..
..after a hot Saturday evening, with the Wendy’s over on University Avenue in flames after
Rayshard Brooks was shot, these authorities keep playing games!! somebody will understand a brotha!
All up in the spot!! holla at me if you’re still believing even in the midst of the ongoing madness; O-Dog will holla back with
hook lines and his own beats symbolizing it’s rough out there in those streets!!
All up in the spot!! holla at me if you’re rocking the mask that coronavirus hasn’t gone anywhere yet!! that matrix architect’s mission is the alt- shift -deletes
Rocking the spot!! Digital Crate Digging Continues, digging deep for prizes, extracting this track from a group called
The Nineteenth Whole called You Caught Me Smilin’ Again
Oh yeah!! this is their version of the
Sly and The Family Stone classic, check the players and the track to see how they’re swerving! it’s on!! once again!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out this soul / jazz from
Jimmy McGriff – with a track called Overweight Shark Bait…check out the players and the track..
THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Jimmy McGriff – Overweight Shark Bait
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Terrible / Terrific Tuesday! We’re checking out this jazz / funk from
The Crusaders …with a cut called Mr. Cool. This is from their Ghetto Blaster album. Check out the players and the track..
THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: The Crusaders / Mr. Cool
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! some of my constituents are celebrating Labor Day..
Chilling out hopefully enjoying the fruits of their labor; please!! my constituents work hard for the money!
Dude at the Shell Station over on Panola Road in Lithonia / Stonecrest asked me for change / money, but he seemed much younger / healthier than me!! he should be in his prime money making years!!
Was it a con / shell game? trying to get over? or a cat stoned out of his mind due to drugs / alcohol or maybe mental issues / irrational fears?
O-Zone steers the mothership to a safe haven / safe harbor; reflecting / contemplating on the seeds of toil and strife…
Danger zone business is conducted amongst the corrupted!! what’s up with it? we’re reflecting / contemplating while listening to
Harlem River Drive with Seeds Of Life
Check out the players and the track!! Let’s Go!!
Producer, Piano – Eddie Palmieri
Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ronnie Cuber
Vocals – Jimmy Norman
Digital Crate Digging Continues per the HumpDay Extravaganza!! it’s like this..
Jazz / funk / soul / hip hop / house music? weaponized for spiritual warfare; we continue to fight this!!
Shining the light with this like a low tech / low weaponized security guard, but with more authority…
This insight and the funk is dropped on the masses providing relief in a
Harlem River Drive with Idle Hands will tell the story!! they’re a music group not the street mentioned by Bobbi Humphrey..
They get all the way live like Lakeside!! check out the players and the track!! we’re feeding souls that are hungry..
Piano – Eddie Palmieri
Vocals – Jimmy Norman
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some soul jazz / disco jazz / blues-jazz from
Cornell Dupree with his version of the the Dramatics Shake It Well . Check out the players and the track.
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some jazz funk from
Cedar Walton with his version of War’s Low Rider. Check out the players and the track. Let’s Go!!
Bass – Gordon Edwards
Drums – Charles Collins
Guitar [Rhythm] – Cornell Dupree
Guitar [Solo, Rhythm] – Eric Gale
Keyboards, Synthesizer – Cedar Walton
Percussion – Angel Allende
Saxophone [Solos] – Eddie Harris
Soloist [Trumpet, Flugelhorn] – Blue Mitchell
Tenor Saxophone – George Marge
Trombone – Alan Raph, Wayne Andre
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Burt Collins, Jon Faddis
Voice – Adrienne Albert, Alan Abrahams, Maeretha Stewart, Mike Lipskin, Yolanda McCullough