We’re trying to get over the hump, handling HumpDay Extravaganza type of business!
It seems like we’re
hanging on a string like Loose Ends, trying not to lose it taking Hugh Masekela’s advice!! y’all should know what the deal is!
It’s like we’re in a holding pattern like planes I mentioned earlier up at Ronald Reagan airport
in my DMV Showcase as some keep doing what they do! redundancy was the enemy, supposedly a tradition.
Supposedly going all out! abundance will be the mission, leading to a broken freedom?
I see them, in that holding pattern, caught out there as dark desires clash with noble efforts.
What do you need for survival until your arrival? it’s also a factor, now all efforts are relentless.
Check this out at
The Holding Pattern (Part Five)
Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as this meal is served; since it’s a late Sunday morning we might can call this brunch!
Shining the light like the sunshine coming from the east into my window this morning; hopefully it’s reaching some who’re
waiting in the dark following a hunch!
Bringing this insight aka unconventional wisdom in this ongoing unconventional warfare of a spiritual nature!
Trying to get it right,
Geneva Convention rules followed, clocking the proceedings with a Geneva watch on, once again it’s on! but Michael Jackson mentioned Human Nature!
Trying to get it right, check the spiritual nature! even with this soulful jazz track Hugh Masekela mentioned A Person Is A Sometime Thing!
Check out the players and the track! check us out as we come through with this Afro – Cuban Jazz / Soul Jazz meal, maybe it’s something you can feel as we do the damn thing!
Reading the liner notes, from
The Boy’s Doin It Album, where this song came from:
This album is dedicated to
Fela Ransome-Kuti whose birthday was October 15th!
Plus they mentioned it was Recorded in Lagos, Nigeria, so check the vibe!!
Sunday Jazz Continues on a rainy afternoon in Atlanta: at the moment we’re chilling out in the lab!!
Check these menus as we serve this meal, we’re dropping this good word plus bringing this sonic rehab!
All about peace, but for freedom we will do a sonic smash and grab based on
Louisville / Newburg default settings!
All about peace but the devil and his advocates want a piece, war is what they’re getting!
In the meantime and between time we’re listening to this jazz funk / afrobeat from Hugh Masekela with a track called Run No More (A Vuo Mo)!!
Check out the players and the track as we go for what we know!!
Check this out at
Hugh Masekela – Run No More (A Vuo Mo)
Sunday Jazz Continues; I mean, what else besides jazz are you supposed to listen to on a Sunday evening?
The saga / struggle continues as a dude rides for his freedom with some good jazz playing in the background; rolling the dice, bets odd or even in this thing?
Easter Sunday comes to a close as the devil will oppose the resurrection but we proceed and continue to move to the next section…
That’s how this son of God play!! dropping this good word and the sound on our section..
Soon, we’re “all up in your section” listening to
Herb Alpert and Hugh Masekela with a track called Foreign Natives…
Check out the players and the track; I can “see what they’re saying”; word from this Scorpio,
a Pluto / Mars native!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! We’re listening to some Afro Beat / jazz funk from
Hugh Masekela talking about a Politician. They were just as shady in 1985 when this song was released as they are today!! Check out the players and the track..
Alto Saxophone – Barney Rachabane
Backing Vocals – Anneline Malebo, Hugh Masekela, John ‘Blackie’ Selolwane*, Mara Louw, Mopati Tsienyane, Sonti Mndebele, Tsepo Tshola
Bass – Obert Oaki
Congas – Francis Fuster
Drums – Mopati Tsienyane
Guitar – John ‘Blackie’ Selolwane*
Lead Vocals, Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Hugh Masekela
Rhythm Guitar – Banjo Mosele
Synthesizer [Fairlight], Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Peter Harris
Tenor Saxophone, Keyboards – Bheki Mseleku
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some Afro Beat / jazzdance from
Hugh Masekela with The Seven Riffs Of Africa : Medley. Check out the players and the track..