Sunday Jazz Continues on a cool Sunday night in Atlanta, but the science dropped is good for any day…
Putting it down, check the menus as insight is dropped, check the science plus this good music will play..
Check the sound; this uptempo sound is dropped, club goers mentioned dancing the night way…
but it’s not simple though; this sport is complex, paid attention! even though funds were low we could still play..
Check the sound, club goers mentioned dancing the night way!!
Ralph MacDonald said You Need More Calypso (Club Version)
Check the players and the track; dancing the night way at the disco / at the club? on a Sunday night out there swerving?
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Ralph MacDonald – You Need More Calypso (Club Version)
Sunday Jazz Continues!! check us out as a little digital crate digging will be involved…
The saga / struggle continues, can you dig it? during the ongoing process we
jumped to the the conclusion that it’s rough out here, but we evolved..
The saga / struggle continues, threw some salve on the wounds and kept it moving / grooving..
Chilling out on this Sunday evening after coming out odd and even in the ongoing crap game; life is a gamble, winning and losing..
Shady dealing out here in Babylon? oh yes, once again it’s on!! we rebuke it with this sound!! listening to
Eric Gale with his version of the the Hall and Oates track Sara Smile..
They’re killing it!! check out the all star players he has rolling with him and the track; they’ve got a reggae twist to it, but something tells me it’ll make you smile!!
Bass – Gary King Cello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCraken Drums – Andrew Smith , Steve Gadd Guitar – Eric Gale Percussion – Ralph MacDonald Organ – Richard Tee Producer, Synthesizer, Clavinet – Bob James Saxophone – Eddie Daniels, George Young , Mike Brecker Trombone – Dave Taylor, Wayne Andre Trumpet – Alan Rubin, Jon Faddis, Lou Soloff, Randy Brecker Viola – Emanuel Vardi, Lamarr Alsop Violin – David Nadien, Diane Halprin, Harold Kohon, Harry Cykman, Harry Glickman, Marvin Morgenstern, Max Ellen, Max Pollikoff, Paul Gershman Vocals – Frank Floyd, Lani Groves, Patti Austin, Ray Simpson, Vivian Cherry, Bill Eaton, Zack Sanders
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Digital Crate Digging Continues!! check us out, this is the segment I call the Saturday Night Fever..
No John Travolta dances but check the
BeeGees Staying Alive circumstances!! like the Monkees O-Zone is a believer..
Lighting volt striking jokers cracking jokes about monkeys
per Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon?
Usain Bolt type of quickness!! broke north, cracking junkies upside the head with this knowledge; schooling them but they’re still out there tricking!!
Jolts of reality made us quick with this, like we’re playing Jai Alai out in Vegas or Reno..
Bolts are tightened by these mechanics of the breakbeat scientific variety; check out the players and the track as we’re hitting up this O-Dog Day Party with some Afro-Cuban / Latin Jazz / Disco Jazz from
Mongo Santamaría with a track called Jai Alai (Reno)
Arranged By, Conductor –
Congas [Solo] –
Electric Piano [Mini Moog Solo, Fender Rhodes] –
Guitar [Solo] –
Trumpet [Solo] –
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday; we were O-Dog Day Partying earlier..
Now moving in another direction per our pursuit of beat perfection; we’ve got work to do…
Mentioned doing the math, but no unnecessary digging like William Barr concerning the so called “spying” on the Trump campaign..
Mentioned the aftermath;
hindsight is 20 / 20; bid rigging raising the bar? we’re just plying our trade; blue collar with it!! beats will bump and O-Zone will maintain..
Still on the warpath, moving straight ahead!! zig zagging
like Joe Bidenconcerning abortion? naw!! we’re not acting brand new in the sport son!!
Gabor Szabo Feat. Bob James with Ziggidy Zag; sliding down I-20 in Atlanta!! check the players and the track! smooth / chillout version of O-Dog Day Partying!! we’re lounging son!!
Bass – Louis Johnson
Drums – Harvey Mason Guitar – Eric Gale, Gabor Szabo Keyboards – Bob James Lyricon, Saxophone [Tenor] – Tom Scott Percussion – Idris Muhammad, Ralph MacDonald Producer – Bob James Trombone – George Bohanon Trumpet – Jon Faddis
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Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues per The HumpDay Extravaganza!
Stanley Turrentine’s Storm…of course Mr. Turrentine (Mr. T) is playing the tenor sax….with help from the following….
plus others……check this out!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday!! we’re in the lab cooling out / chilling out..
Wrecking out? the train of thought going off the rails? I’m ruling that out, told you I’m chilling out!!
…checking out one of my favorite jazz guitarists
Eric Gale, with a cut called Lookin’ Good.
This song is from Mr. Gale’s Part Of You album, some of that “good good”
This album includes input from the soul / funk jazz mafia of
Richard Tee, Harvey Mason, Steve Gadd, Ralph MacDonald, Dave Grusin, and Grover Washington, Jr., as well as Charles Earland and Idris Muhammad.
Ladies and gentlemen? it doesn’t get much better than that!! Check this out!!
THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Eric Gale – Lookin’ Good
Sunday Jazz Continues..checking out this classic groove from percussionist Ralph MacDonald called Jam On The Groove..
This is from his solo debut with
Sound of a Drum, with a cast including Grover Washington, Jr., Bob James, and Toots Thielemans and Eric Gale…check it out!!
THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Ralph MacDonald – Jam On The Groove
Digital Crate Digging Continues per the Humpday Extravaganza!!
We’re checking out some soul jazz / jazz funk from jazz guitarist
He’s laying down this smooth track called Boardwalk; check it out / let’s go!!
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Eric Gale / Boardwalk
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! We’re listening to some disco jazz from
with his version of the Motown hit I Hear A Symphony!! Check out the players and the track.. Hank Crawford
Alto Saxophone – Hank Crawford
Bass – Gary King
Bass Trombone – Dave Taylor*, Paul Faulise, Tony Studd
Cello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, Seymour Barab
Drums – Steve Gadd
Electric Piano – Leon Pendarvis
Guitar – Eric Gale
Percussion – Ralph MacDonald
Producer – Creed Taylor
Shaker, Tambourine – Idris Muhammad
Trombone – Barry Rogers, Fred Wesley
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Alan Rubin, John Frosk, Jon Faddis, Robert Millikan
Violin – Charles Libove, David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Cykman, Joe Malin, Joe Pintavalle*, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Max Pollikoff, Paul Gershman, Raoul Poliakin, Richard Sortomme
Vocals – Patti Austin
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday!! We’re checking out percussionist Ralph MacDonald with a Latin jazz / funk type of jam called It Feels So Good.
It not only feels so good..it sounds so good!! check out the players and the track!!
Piano – Arthur Jenkins, Jr
Cowbell, Congas [Solo] –
Soloist, Guitar –
Soloist, Vibraphone [Lead] –
Bass – Williams Slater