Grant Green – Upshot

Sunday Jazz Continues on a hot Sunday afternoon down here in Atlanta; we’re in chill mode…

Cooling out / chilling out per the 90 degree weather; on this Sunday morning? some we’re told to get used to it it’ll be hotter where they’re going, they’re in shady deal mode..

Some say they’re in kill mode, threatening to shoot up Walmart, why start? please!! enough of the madness!!

Somebody will feel this mode, in the heart of the controversy we’ll drop this smooth jazz to help people get their minds right; we’re back with this!!

Oh yes! we’re back with this!! we’ll upload this Grant Green track called Upshot; we won’t quit / stop!!

Check the players and the track as we confirm the conspiracy theory that O-Dizzle will rock!! unlike that Trump vs Bill Clinton conspiracyconcerning Jeffrey Epstein’s death; check the hustle knock, apparently the madness won’t stop..

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Grant Green – My Favorite Things

Digital crate digging continues….I’m on that jazz tip now…checking out this Grant Green…My Favorite Things

…its so smooth…yet it has an edge to it..he has Pianist McCoy Tyner,  Drummer Elvin Jones  and Bassist Bob Cranshaw helping him out…check it out!!

 

Source: Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Grant Green – My Favorite Things

Grant Green – I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! We’re checking out this classic jazz track from Grant Green with his version of James Brown’s  I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing…check out the players and the track..

Source: Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Grant Green – I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing

Grant Green – “The Selma March”

Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I like to call Terrible / Terrific Tuesday..

How has it been? good or bad? / positive or negative? please!! it’s a blessing to see this day..

Of course this music will play, this is what we do; actually? there’s spiritual significance in this operation..

Of course this music will play, this is what we do; actually? there’s historical significance in this operation!!

A week ago? Roy Moore lost the election in Alabama; years ago?  civil rights protestors marched in Selma for the right to vote..

Check the score as we drop this old school jam from Grant Green  called  “The Selma March” in remembrance, check out the players and the track as we drop this beat and a quote..

 

 

George Benson – Down Here On The Ground

Digital Crate Digging Continues per this Terrible / Terrific Tuesday; it depends on the perspective…

Oh yes!! how are you living? outcomes were determined by the state of mind!! positive? negative?

Thanksgiving Holiday? this is what we’ve got to give!! we’ll pull out the drums and drop this good word!!

This is how we play!! this is how we get down!! meanwhile some of us eat good, “drank good” some even smoke that good herb!!

You heard? but some can’t get down like that, any kind of way!!  in this track George Benson mentioned being Down Here On The Ground…

Grant Green and Dianna Reeves played the hip hop version, see how I’m swerving? check out the sound..

 

Grant Green Feat. Dianne Reeves / Down Here On The Ground (Remix By The Ummah)

Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out some hip-hop / jazz from Grant Green Feat. Dianne Reeves Down Here On The Ground (Remix By The Ummah)

Grant Green – Fancy Free

Digital Crate Digging Continues during Jazz Appreciation Month!! we’re checking out this classic track from Grant Green ‎– with a track called  Fancy Free.  Check out the players and the track…

Bass – Wilton Felder
Congas, Percussion – Bobbye Hall
Drums – Greg Williams
Guitar – Grant Green
Organ – Shelton Laster
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Claude Bartee
Vibraphone – Gary Coleman