Lee Morgan / Ill Wind

Sunday Jazz Continues as we come through providing bonus coverage!

Still in a Sunday morning service mood, now check out how we provide this soul food boosting spirits so they’ll have more leverage…

…to deal with above average attacks from the devil and his advocates; since the calendar hit 2023 we’re dealing with a lot of next level dramatics. 

Check out the landscape its full of hate there’s no love like the old school Stylistics or The Dramatics!

Check us out,  we’re back with some more classic jazz from Lee Morgan with a track called Ill Wind .

Check out the players and the track! damn! it describes the current atmosphere, the blowing of an ill wind!

Check this out at Lee Morgan / Ill Wind

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Wayne Shorter – Chief Crazy Horse

Sunday Jazz Continues, errr wait a minute, it’s still Saturday Night!! your dude is out here tripping!!

Check these menus, I’m still “Saturday Night Fevering”  per my previous episode but now I’m doing it in another form or fashion, but breakbeat science we’re still dropping!!

Check these menus;  house music, jazz funking or hip hopping along with other forms and fashions!!

The saga / struggle continues, life goes on as the toil and strife goes on, with thought, fashion and even the morality police? we’re still clashing!!

But I digress, excuse me I’m on a classic jazz kick at the moment; checking out Wayne Shorter – with a cut called Chief Crazy Horse. 

Check out the players and the track, I’m reloading it after checking the files, but will some be satisfied after checking these styles? but of course!!

Check this out at Wayne Shorter – Chief Crazy Horse

FULL VINYL | 70’s Funk Soul Set (Full version) | YoshimRIOT

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Saturday morning, we usually come through during this time frame with some morning jazz!

Check us out as we come through sticking to the script trying not to flip / spaz!

Chilling out on a cool morning, broadcasting live and direct from our remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta. 

Later on we’ll be ready to roll / on our way out in these Atlanta streets, somebody will understand a brotha!

Right now we’re dropping this FULL VINYL | 70’s Funk Soul Set (Full version) | YoshimRIOT courtesy of The Moment!

Check out the playlist and the music for chilling it’s conducive perfect for this moment!! 

Track List

00:21 | 01.Herbie Hancock / Chameleon [1973]

08:07 | 02. Material / Reduction [1980]

13:14 | 03. 23 Skidoo / Vegas El Bandito [1982]

16:00 | 04. Eddie Palmieri / Condiciones Que Existen [1973]

20:01 | 05. Jah Wobble / Today Is The First Day Of The…? [1980]

26:06 | 06. Gus Vali / Hadji Baba [1974]

34:53 | 07. The Crusaders / Feel It (Album Version) [1977]

39:14 | 08. Pleasure / Joyous (Album Version) [1977]

46:24 | 09. Johnny “Hammond” Smith / Los Conquistadores Chocolates [1975]

52:29 | 10. iSH / Don’t Stop (7″ Version) [1979]

56:23 | 11. Herb Alpert / Rotation [1979]

El Chicano / Cantaloupe Island

Sunday Jazz Continues, check us out as we jump into this sound a little earlier than usual.

The saga / struggle continues as life goes on as the toil and strife goes on; Sunday? a day of rest but we’ve got work to do!

We’re trying to work through these issues, trying to stay ahead in the game!

Spotted the work others due, at the end of the day my people will catch the blame!

We know it’s all game, so we continue doing what we do! we’re coming through checking out El Chicano with their version of Herbie Hancock’s Cantaloupe Island.

Check out the players and the track, it’s smooth like we’re chilling out on a beach / island!!

Instrumental Jazz Mix : Cafe Restaurant Background Music

Sunday Jazz / Digital Crate Digging Continues!! they’re working in conjunction!

This is a special Sunday morning edition, chilling out is how we’re living!! but we’re still dropping the funk son!!

What’s their function? jokers are acting special / acting extra; it’s rough out here! O-Zone already told you what the deal will be!!

We’re acting special / acting extra in another form or fashion!! it’s like we’re chilling out in the jazz club listening to this Instrumental Jazz Mix : Cafe Restaurant Background Music  courtesy of  Michael R. Lindsey

They’ve got all the classic tracks performed by all the classic jazz masters, check out the playlist and enjoy the mix…

…as we broadcast live from our remote outpost out here off of I-20 in Atlanta; still getting breakbeat scientific!!

Track List:

1. Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) – Oscar Peterson Trio
2. The Girl From Ipanema – Oscar Peterson
3. Bags’ Groove – Oscar Peterson Trio
4. What Can I Say (After I Say I’m Sorry)? – The Red Garland Trio
5. Hey Now – The Red Garland Trio
6. There Will Never Be Another You – Red Garland
7. First Trip – Herbie Hancock
8. Cantaloupe Island – Herbie Hancock
9. Watermelon Man – Herbie Hancock
10. Moanin’ – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
11. Come Rain Or Come Shine – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
12. Red Pepper Blues – Art Pepper
13. Cleopatra’s Dream – Bud Powell
14. Morning Of The Carnival – Gerry Mulligan
15. Autumn Leaves – Manhattan Jazz Quintet
16. Jordu – Manhattan Jazz Quintet
17. Lands End – Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet
18. Joy Spring – Clifford Brown & Max Roach
19. Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet
20. Jacqui – J.J. Johnson
21. So Sorry Please – J.J. Johnson
22. Bag’s Groove (Take 1) – Miles Davis
23. Freddie Freeloader – Miles Davis
24. It Could Happen To You – Miles Davis
25. My Funny Valentine – The Miles Davis Quintet

FULL VINYL | 70’s Jazz Funk Set | YoshimRIOT

Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Terrible / Terrific Tuesday where things can go either way. 

We’re focused on manifesting the terrific outcome, now check the life celebration as we let the music play!

The Lord is blessing us, the let us pray strategy introduced to us by the old school Baptist preacher up in Louisville was working!

Of course they’re stressing us; who? the devil and his advocates especially when they see this thing is working!

Oh yes we’re working it all out, catch us paying the price it’s business as usual!

Now we’re chilling out in our remote outpost out here off of I-20 in Atlanta listening to this  FULL VINYL | 70’s Jazz Funk Set | YoshimRIOT courtesy of The Moment‘;  check the playlist and the mix so you’ll know the deal!!

Check this out at FULL VINYL | 70’s Jazz Funk Set | YoshimRIOT

Freddie Hubbard / Hub-Tones

Sunday Jazz Continues;  err hold up man!! Digital Crate Digging Continues per this Flashback Friday edition!!

Oh well, y’all can tell what kind of mood I’m in; on this Fabulous Friday I’m grooving, check the life celebration!!

 Listening to this Freddie Hubbard; dude is working it out on the trumpet on this cut!! its called Hub Tones

…he’s got help from James Spaulding (alto saxophone, flute); Herbie Hancock (piano); Reggie Workman (bass); Clifford Jarvis (drums)…once again it’s on!! 

….those are some good soldiers to go to war with!! check this out as we drop this Morning / Afternoon Jazz!!

We’re just trying to get our minds right, so we’re not out here trying to spaz!!

Check this out at Freddie Hubbard / Hub-Tones

Herbie Hancock – Palm Grease

Sunday Jazz Continues on a hot Sunday afternoon in Atlanta; we’re “Chilling In The Lab”; we’re  on some laid back type of stuff..

Broadcasting live from our remote outpost out here off of I-20 in Atlanta; away from all the chaos / confusion; Roger and Zapp mentioned it’s “So Ruff / So Tuff”…

…out here baby!! even the old dude Mr. Cole told us about the Rat Race / Dog Eat Dog World; contradicting the Louis Armstrong track called What A Wonderful World…

…played earlier by Debb Moore on WCLK when she signed off; I’m reading the room / reading the signs, from Atlanta to Ukraine these folk are going off (tripping out / flipping out) in this world!

Worldwide? the drama unfurled, I needed a soundtrack to go with this peaceful vibe I’m on!

We’re checking out Herbie Hancock, with some help from The Headhunters playing Palm Grease…perfect!!! check the players and the track! once again it’s on!

Check this out at Herbie Hancock – Palm Grease

What It Do? They Still Felt The Pressure (Part Four)

What it do? me and my people still felt the pressure; I’m trying to relieve the pressure, catch me rolling down I-20 in Atlanta listening to Nina Simone on 91.9 WCLK.

Sonic therapy is provided, freedom? we still ride for it, next up was Herbie Hancock with People Music so Let The Music Play.

Sonic therapy provided,  like Barry White said!  also inspired by the quote “aint no stopping us now” like McFadden and Whitehead. but truth be told?  we’re  dealing with folk who “ain’t right”!!   they’re out there waiting in the dark!

We chose the light instead!  in this ATL traffic in a metaphor for life a  bruh dipped to the right instead of left! now benefits are reaped but being realistic? sometimes it’s vice versa!! who’ll curse ya? devils creeped. utilizing their atmosphere which is in the dark!!

The devil and his advocates tell you to close your eyes to the world they have everything under control but the drama soon unfurled so that strategy fails.

Next level dramatics occur as some of my people felt the pressure! now the train of thought will veer off the rails.

Check this out at What It Do? They Still Felt The Pressure (Part Four)

 Check The Perspective: Life Is Hectic (Part Five)

We’re coming through on a Thankful Thursday, of course it’s a blessing to be here!

Check the perspective, gratitude is shown by O-Zone but he’ll be the first one to tell you it’s rough out here!

That’s the word from old dude up in Louisville / Newburg every time he greeted someone, plus he said life is hectic!

Plus there was the word from another old dude up in Louisville / Newburg, Mr. Cole referred to the rat race / dog eat dog world;  that word? you had to respect it. 

Reflecting on it since this is also a Throwback Thursday; spotted Mitch McConnell gaslighting, I remembered his ways up in Jefferson County Kentucky. 

He needs to start his on gas and light company, he’s the epitome of a politician with hot air! somebody will see what I’m saying they’ll feel me!

Check this out at Check The Perspective: Life Is Hectic (Part Five)