Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday, so named because things can go either way!
Actually? it’s been a great day, it’s been a blessing to see it! of course we focused on manifesting the terrific outcome and the vibe has been that way!
For the tribe? we’re dropping this good word and letting the good music while we’re chilling out in our remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta!
Check the vibe, as we bring things down a thousand, somebody will understand a brotha…
…as we come through with this classic jazz funk from
Bob James with a track called Macumba!
Check out the all star players and the track as we drop this funk on ya!
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Bob James – Macumba
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Flashback Friday,
that’s how I’m trying to play for those wondering…
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on, it’s a blessing to be here making it a Fabulous Friday!!
out here on I-20 in Atlanta? oh yeah, we’re still wandering!
Still wondering when the madness will cease; Flashback Friday / back in the day? dealt with
Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul with their shenanigans up in Kentucky..
Now we’re down here in Georgia with
Brian Crooked Kemp and Marjorie Taylor Greene types with their hypes; so what’s up with me?
We’re putting it down, we’ll proceed and continue
on this Conquest, doing our best to drop this breakbeat acience!! at the moment we’re in the lab chilling listening to this smooth track from Charles Earland called ‘Cause I Love Her..
Check out the players and the track as we “holla back” on the smooth tip after hitting the ground running with
the O-Dog Day Party!! we’re taking it down a thousand, you heard?
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Charles Earland – Cause I Love Her
Digital Crate Digging Continues!! check us out as we get this Music Monday set underway…
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on / toil and strife goes on as we
proceed and continue; placing a bet, over or under is how we’ll play..
The saga / struggle continues, let us pray
is how we’ll play it, then we’ll keep it moving..
The saga / struggle continues!
still in quarantine from Covid 19, masking and social distancing when on the scene, showing and proving..
Johnny M’s Deep In Quarantine Mix earlier now we’ve got other work to do; listening to The Players Association with their version of the Diana Ross classic Love Hangover..
Check out the all star players and the track as we “holla back” with this breakbeat scientific vignette letting naysayers know “the game ain’t over”
Digital Crate Digging Continues!! check us out, this is the segment I call the Saturday Night Fever..
No John Travolta dances but check the
BeeGees Staying Alive circumstances!! like the Monkees O-Zone is a believer..
Lighting volt striking jokers cracking jokes about monkeys
per Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon?
Usain Bolt type of quickness!! broke north, cracking junkies upside the head with this knowledge; schooling them but they’re still out there tricking!!
Jolts of reality made us quick with this, like we’re playing Jai Alai out in Vegas or Reno..
Bolts are tightened by these mechanics of the breakbeat scientific variety; check out the players and the track as we’re hitting up this O-Dog Day Party with some Afro-Cuban / Latin Jazz / Disco Jazz from
Mongo Santamaría with a track called Jai Alai (Reno)
Arranged By, Conductor –
Congas [Solo] –
Electric Piano [Mini Moog Solo, Fender Rhodes] –
Guitar [Solo] –
Trumpet [Solo] –
Sunday Jazz Continues on a Sunday evening; a dude is cooling out / chilling…
Trying not to spaz on them and those, you know the devil will oppose!! check the shady dealing..
Not emotional / in my feelings; I rose to the occasion!! a dude is moving forward not backwards..
I can’t see what’s in front of me if I keep looking back!! please!! that’s not how it works!!
Houston Person plays I No Get Eye For Back, his version of the song w
See how it’s working? check the players and the track!! these players were wrong for acting brand new with me!!
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some jazz funk / afrobeat from Manu Dibango with a track called Happy Feeling. Check out the players and the track..
Arranged By, Saxophone [Solo Saxes], Marimba, Vibraphone [Vibes], Electric Piano [Fender], Piano, Vocals – Manu Dibango
Bass – Clyde Bullard, Robbie Shakespeare
Conductor [Strings] – Ray Jones
Congas, Percussion – “Crusher” Bennett, Mike “Boo” Richards*, “Sticky” Thompson*
Drums – Mickey “Boo” Richards*, Sly Dunbar
Guitar – Mickey “Mao”Chung*, Wayne Armond, Willie Lindo
Keyboards – Ansel Collins, Clive “Azul” Hunt*, Peter Ashbourne, Robbie Lyn
Producer, Recorded By, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards – Geoffrey Chung
Saxophone – Lou Marini, Michael Breker*
Trombone – Barry Rogers, Ed Byrne
Trumpet – Jon Faddis, Mike Lawrence, Randy Brecker
Vocals – Brend White*, Frank Floyd, Gwen Guthrie, Ullanda Mc Cullough*, Yvonne Lewis
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some disco jazz / jazzdance from
Lalo Schifrin with a track called Dragonfly. Check out the players and the track..
Alto Saxophone – Joe Farrell
Arranged By, Conductor – Lalo Schifrin
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams
Bass – Anthony Jackson
Congas – Carlos Martin
Drums – Andy Newmark
Flute – George Marge, Jerry Dodgion, Joe Farrell
Guitar – John Tropea
Keyboards – Clark Spangler, Lalo Schifrin
Percussion – Carter Collins*, Don Alias, Sue Evans
Trombone – Barry Rogers, Billy Campbell, Wayne Andre
Trombone [Bass] – Dave Taylor*
Trumpet – Jon Faddis
Violin – Charles Libove, David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Lookofsky, Matthew Raimondi, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman
Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out this classic jazz funk / soul jazz from Ceasar Frazier -with a track called Funk It Down. Check out the players and the track. Check out the players and the track!! Let’s Go!!
Afternoon Jazz / Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out some of this soul jazz from Reuben Wilson – with his version of the Stylistic’s Stoned Out Of My Mind. Check out the players and the track. The group playing with him was called
the Cost Of Living.
Backing Vocals – J.R. Bailey, Jacquelyn Wilson, Kenny Williams, Reuben Wilson, Sammy Turner, Tommy Derrick
Baritone Saxophone, Flute – Seldon Powell
Bass – Gordon Edwards, Wilbur Bascomb
Conductor – Brad Baker
Congas – Norman Pride
Drums – Bernard Purdie
Guitar – Elliott Randall, Jerry Freidman*, Lloyd Davis
Harmonica – Buddy Lucas
Lead Vocals – Kenny Williams
Organ, Clavinet, Electric Piano, Piano – Reuben Wilson, Richard Tee
Percussion – Esmond Edwards, Tommy Derrick
Tenor Saxophone – Alfred Ellis, Buddy Lucas
Trombone – Garnett Brown
Trumpet – Joe Newman, Jon Faddis
Violin – Harry Lookofsky, Irving Spice, John Mical, Louis Haber, Louis Stone, Paul Winter
Sunday Jazz Continues; we’re checking out some jazz funk from
– with a track called Good And Plenty. Check out the players and the track. Jon Faddis
Baritone Saxophone, Tuba – Howard Johnson
Bass – Anthony Jackson, Will Lee
Cello – Beverly Lauridsen, Kermit Moore, Richard Bock , Richard Locker
Drums – Chris Parker, Steve Gadd
French Horn – Fred Griffin, John Clark
Guitar – Jeff Mironov, John Tropea
Guitar, Banjo – Cliff Morris
Percussion – Crusher Bennett*
Piano [Acoustic] – Pat Rebillot, Raymond Chew*, Warren Bernhart*
Saxophone, Flute – George Opalinsky, Harold Vick
Tenor Saxophone – Michael Brecker
Trombone, Trombone [Bass] – Barry Rogers, David Taylor
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Earl Gardner, Lew Soloff, Virgil Jones
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Trumpet [Piccolo] – Jon Faddis
Tuba – Tony Price
Vibraphone, Xylophone, Bells [Orchestra], Percussion – George Devens
Violin – Alfred V. Brown*, Diana Halorin*, Harry Cykman, Isadora Kohon, Kathryn Kienke, Lewis Eley, Louann Montesi, Marvin Morgenstern, Max Pollikoff, Richard Sortomme