70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz)

Sunday Jazz Continues! the holiday season is coming to a close but a dude is out  here bringing presents  like it’s Christmas with this good word and the music!

On these menus / in these venues? we’re dropping something different, playing the field with this digital crate digging!! some of my constituents are digging the music..

…as they face the music, looking for medicine to ease the pain; belligerent when building these breakbeat scientific experiments?

In the race this is conducive, helping my people deal with it, not yielding as society keeps conducting these social experiments..

Social engineering? they’ll use it but my people will deal with it!! listening to this medicine,  70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz, Afrobeat..) this is courtesy of the Magical Mystery Mix

Mechanical engineering by O-Zone of the sonic nature!! using this aged medicine, old stuff is the best stuff!! spiritual significance? check out some of the artists featured and get caught up in the beat / mix!!

Check this out at 70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz)

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John Coltrane – Amen

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus, we’re still serving brunch based on the time frame!

Gospel / jazz / house music dropped earlier but we’ve got other work to do, not playing a mind game!

Realizing that it’s all game, plus these jokers aren’t playing by the rules!
The apparatus wants us all to be caught up in the system / matrix, playing us for fools. 

We’re Chilling Out!! tools we’re using? listening to this John Coltrane called Amen!! Let The Church say amen!! say amen again!! once again it’s on!

John Coltrane was  helped out  by McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass , and Elvin Jones on drums. 

Check this out at John Coltrane – Amen

Freddie Hubbard / Outer Forces

Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Throwback Thursday, who’ll work with me on another “anything goes” night? you might hear anything!! 

Due to this being a Thankful Thursday and it being a blessing to be here? we were O-Dog Day Partying earlier but we’ve got other work to do, check us out as we do our thing!

Check out these remote outpost musings, we’re back in the lab after being out in those Atlanta streets riding through remnants of Tropical Storm Nicholas but now we’re back with this providing bonus coverage but it’s par for the course!

Checking out  some jazz from Freddie Hubbard with a cut called Outer Forces.
 This is from Mr. Hubbard’s “Blue Spirits” album, recorded at Van Gelder Studio on february 26, 1965.  

This was remastered in 2004, check out the players and the track to catch the score! these cats are going in, they didn’t shuck or jive!

Check this out at Freddie Hubbard / Outer Forces

Azar Lawrence – “People Moving”

Sunday Jazz Continues errr I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues per this Throwback Thursday edition 

Not trying to spaz on this Rainy Night In Georgia per Brook Benton that’s not how we’re living!

Ready to razz a joker like a comedian? Naw! I’m just chilling on this cool night.. Sounds will blast plus we’ll drop this insight..

…lets get into some jazz / funk…checking out McCoy Tyner protege saxophonist Azar Lawrence  with a cut called People Moving; off of his album of the same name…

This album was produced by  Skip Scarborough, featuring some of the funkiest jazz players on planet Earth / in the game!

Check this out at Azar Lawrence – “People Moving”

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

McCoy Tyner – Four By Five

Digital Crate Digging Continues per what I like to call the Saturday Night Fever; a dude has settled in..

Hip Hopping / Not Stopping earlier, plus O-Zone has the good word but somebody accused a dude of meddling..

Dropping knowledge / dropping mathematics exposing fanatics! plus some will dig the sounds..

Good mileage from the mothership, now breakbeat scientific; intergalactic!! we made the rounds..

Some will dig these sounds, listening to McCoy Tyner with a track called Four By Five..

Check out the players and the track; plus O-Zone didn’t lie to ya!! good word dropping /  “four five sixing it” all the way live

Drums: Elvin Jones

Tenor Saxophone: Joe Henderson

Bass: Ron Carter

Piano / Composer: McCoy Tyner

Mccoy Tyner – Atlantis

Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out some of this McCoy Tyner -with a track called Atlantis, from his album of the same name released in 1975. Check out the players and the track…

Mccoy Tyner : Piano
Juni Booth : Bass
Wilby Fletcher : Drums
Guilherme Franco : Percussion
Azar Lawrence : Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone