Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out master percussionist Mongo Santamaria with a tune called Virtue
Tag: : funk; jazz
Cedar Walton – Road Island Red
Sunday Jazz Continues…hitting you up with more jazz / funk …this is from keyboardist Cedar Walton…with a track called Road Island Red….these cats are getting off!! check the players and the track!!
- Arranged By – Cedar Walton
- Bass – Gordon Edwards
- Drums – Steve Gadd
- Electric Guitar – Ryo Kawasaki
- Keyboards – Cedar Walton
- Percussion – Omar Clay, Ray Mantilla
- Saxophone – Charles Davis (2), Frank Foster
- Synthesizer – Cedar Walton
- Trombone – Wayne Andre
- Trumpet – Roy Burrowes
Eddie Henderson: Scorpio Libra
Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out this Eddie Henderson cut Scorpio Libra from his Realization album…this is his first album..after playing as a sideman with Herbie Hancock‘s the Mwandishi group. Mwandishi was Hancock’s Swahili name.
This group consisted of the following members..with their Swahili names;
Mchezaji/Buster Williams , Jabali/Billy Hart, Mganga/Eddie Henderson, Mwile/Bennie Maupin, Pepo Mtoto/Julian Priester, and Ndugu/Leon Chancler. This group helped Mr. Henderson record his album.
This song is relevant to today…with the New Moon in Libra tomorrow..and Saturn and Mercury in Scorpio..
This song has a Miles Davis-ish influence…since all the above musicians worked with Mr. Davis..check it out!!
Miles Davis – Pharaoh’s Dance
Sunday Jazz Continues….checking out this classic Miles Davis cut called Pharoah’s Dance…off his classic Bitches Brew album..the players on this fine track?
Miles Davis (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (soprano sax), Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul, Larry Young (electric pianos), John McLaughlin (electric guitar), Dave Holland (bass), Harvey Brooks (electric bass), Lenny White, Jack DeJohnette, Charles Alias (drums), Jim Riley (percussion)
. Composed by Miles Davis…supposedly written by keyboardist Joe Zawinul…check it out…
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Miles Davis – Pharaoh’s Dance.
Yusef Lateef – Live Humble
Digital Crate Digging Continues….chilling out…just trying to take Yusef Lateef‘s advice..just trying to Live Humble.
..of course Yusef Lateef is playing that tenor saxophone…the rest of the crew? Richard Tee — piano
Chuck Rainey — Fender bass…..Cecil McBee — acoustic bass….Ray Baretto — congas
Bernard Purdie — drums, timbales…..Hugh Lawson — piano, Indian bells
The Sweet Inspirations bring the vocal backgrounds….nice…nice!!
THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Yusef Lateef – Live Humble.
Idris Muhammad – Loran’s Dance
Digital Crate Digging Continues…in conjunction with What I Listen To At Work…it was a rough day on the 9 to 5…at one time I had to go to the hooptie just to chill out
…turned on WCLK 91.9..the Jazz Of The City…here in Atlanta…they played this song…Loran’s Dance by Idris Muhammad…(Grover Washington has a version of this song…he even plays on this) ..soon everything was alright!! it was so nice I had to listen to it again..check it out…
THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Idris Muhammad – Loran’s Dance.
Mandrill – Livin’ it up
Digital Crate Digging Continues….Friday Night….I guess some will take Mandrill’s advice…they’ll be Livin It Up!! check this out….
The Transcend and Transform Mix / Sunday Jazz
Sunday Jazz Continues….kicking things off with one of my jazz / funk / hip hop mixes….Transcend and Transform..relevant for today….check it out…..
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: The Transcend and Transform Mix / Sunday Jazz.
Hubert Laws “Yoruba”
Sunday Jazz Continues….listening to one of my favorite flutists…Hubert Laws with a cut called Yoruba…apparently an ode to a West African / Nigerian ethnic group called the Yoruba
..the players on this cut are Hubert Laws – Flute….Chick Corea – Piano ….Mongo Santamaria – Congas
Bernard Purdie – Drums ….Gary Burton – Vibraphone ….Airto*, Joe Chambers and Warren Smith – Percussion
CHECK OUT HUBERT LAWS AND YORUBA AT THE SONIC ASSAULT
Charles Earland: Coming To You Live
Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out this classic Charles Earland…Coming To You Live..
featuring Marcus Miller (bass), Doc Powell (guitar), Buddy Williams (drums), Rubens Bassini (percussion), Melvin “Sparks” Hassan (guitar) and Ullanda McCullough (backing vocals). Mr. Earland played Fender Rhodes, Hammond Organ and Arp String Ensemble….some nice old school jazz / funk..
Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Charles Earland: Coming To You Live.