Sunday Jazz Continues on a Sunday afternoon; ah!! spring time in Atlanta!! you know the pollen rates are off the charts!!
The saga / struggle continues, soon Aries season is over and we’ll in Taurus so who’s for us or against us? revealed in their spirits / hearts..
But I digress, back to this pollen it’s even got a brotha like me sneezing!! can we blame it on the Ozone Madness per Dizzy Gillespie & Lalo Schifrin?
But those guys would say, hey!! it’s not our fault! we’re just dropping this jazz funk!! that’s how they’re living!!
This song could be talking about me…the Brotha O-Zone..and the madness exhibited on this blog!!
…anyway…let’s check out the players and this funky track!! a good way or us to deal with the ongoing smoke and mirrors / fog..
Check this out at Dizzy Gillespie and Lalo Schifrin / Ozone Madness
Digital Crate Digging Continues, we’ve got this Flashback Friday thing going in conjunction with O-Dog Day Partying!!
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on, we’re letting the music play! check the celebration; we’re dropping the funk son it’s our function while we’re in the heart of this thing!!
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on in the heart of this and that thing; check the pandemics concerning Covid -19 and racism..
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on in the heart of this and that thing!! it’s going down from Minneapolis to Atlanta; from Louisville / Newburg and per Donald Byrd other spaces and places I’ve been..
It’s going down from Charlotte Mecklenburg to Johannesburg on up toPluto and Mars, check the other Flashback Friday reference as the Jonzun Crew mentioned Space Is The Place
Act like you knew!! we’re in the heart of this thing as Black Lives Matter marches are worldwide; taking that funky drummer Harvey Mason’sadvice? Marching In The Streets!! check out the all star players and the track, they’re on the case..
Check this out at Harvey Mason – Marching In The Streets
Digital Crate Digging Continues per this Saturday Night Fever segment; can you dig it?
Those that hate keep rigging the system; “holla at me” if you believe me / hear me; can you dig it?
Those that hate keep rigging the system!! rolling like John Bolton with the back story? we already see how he messed up in Venezuela..
Now they want to say that’s the home of cyber criminals plus we keep hearing the subliminal messages about Bolivia..
I see you bruh!! geeked up / hyper!! like this Lalo Schifrin track, moving like Moonlight Gypsies
I see you bruh!! meanwhile check out the players and the track, this disco jazz from this Lalo Schifrin album called Gypsies
- Arranged By – Lalo Schifrin
- Bass – Abraham Laboriel
- Drums – Jim Keltner
- Guitar – Dean Parks
- Mastered By – Mike Reese
- Percussion – Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa
- Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Lalo Schifrin, Mike Melvoin
- Producer – Lalo Schifrin
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Granet
- Reeds – Tony Ortega, Don Menza, Ernie Watts
- Synthesizer [ARP 2600, Mini-Moog, Yamaha CS 80] – Lalo Schifrin
- Synthesizer [Oberheim] – Ian Underwood
- Trombone – Charles Loper, Lew McCreary
- Trumpet – Bobby Bryant, Oscar Brashear
- Written-By – Lalo Schifrin
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday; breakbeat scientific business will occur..
Digital? analog? menus? let the music play rebuking Grey Area Scenarios where the madness will occur..
Yes sir!! drama will jump off / occur anywhere!! from barrios, ghettos, suburbs, churches and corporate board rooms..
We’re trying to jump off into this sound!! usually in the lab mixing sonic herbs, spices and elixirs; tweaked on the mixing boards; beats will boom..
Some aren’t on one accord; agents of doom!! per this disco jazz Lalo Schifrin mentions Moonlight Gypsies..
Please!! these Music Monday sounds will boom! check out the players and the track to see what the deal is!!
Sunday Jazz Continues per #JazzAppreciationMonth. We’re listening to some classic jazz funk / jazz rock / soul jazz from Gino Vannelli with a track called Brother To Brother. Check out the players and the track…
Digital Crate Digging Continues! We’re checking out some classic disco-jazz from Ernie Watts with a track called Chariots of Fire. Check out the players and the track..
Bass – Neil Stubbenhaus
Drums – John Robinson
Electric Piano – Richard Tee
Guitar – Carlos Rios
Percussion – Paulinho Da Costa
Piano – Michael Omartian
Producer – Quincy Jones
Synthesizer – Ian Underwood
Tenor Saxophone – Ernie Watts