FULL VINYL with SP404 | Mellow & Chill Set | ISAZ

Digital Crate Digging Continues as we proceed and continue with this HumpDay Extravaganza segment!

The saga / struggle continues, life goes on as the toil and strife goes on! of course we’re still trying to get over the hump, broadcasting live and direct from our remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta! can you dig it?

Some of y’all can, back in the day the good sister mentioned “everybody ain’t able” so while we’re out here trying to stay ahead in the game all we can do is pray for them!

Some will understand, this breakbeat science we’ll drop on them per this good word and the good music we play for them. 

It’s on, once again as we drop this FULL VINYL with SP404 | Mellow & Chill Set | ISAZ courtesy of The Moment!!

Check out the playlist and the mix, Roland SP404 business going down from Japan to Atlanta man!! chilling out Morning / Afternoon Jazzing / Low Key O-Dog Day Partying!!  enjoy the moment!!

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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

70s Electric Miles Davis Mix (Jazz, Jazz Funk, Jazz Rock, Fusion..)

Sunday Jazz err wait a minute, Digital Crate Digging Continues as we proceed and continue with this Flashback Friday vibe.  

Some will spaz due to ways of the world, not digging how it’s all going down! it’s rough out here for the tribe! 

Now check the vibe, we started off O-Dog Day Partying but we ended up going in another direction!

We’re out here Afternoon Jazzing, it’ll prevent us from spazzing / getting caught up in something!

The funky drummer is drumming per this 70s Electric Miles Davis Mix (Jazz, Jazz Funk, Jazz Rock, Fusion..) courtesy of Magical Mystery Mix!

Check out the playlist and the mix as we continue to get breakbeat scientific, but knowing life is hectic; we’re out here winning and losing there’s no mystery to it!!

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DJ Krush – Keeping the Motion

Sunday Jazz Continues,  check us out as we broadcast live from a remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta!

Chilling out on a cool autumn afternoon, Cannonball Adderley and Miles Davis Autumn Leaves falling: somebody will understand a brotha..

…out here putting it down like this; using the good word and the sound to fight this ongoing spiritual warfare!

out here putting it down like this as we proceed and continue to take it there!

Way Way Out There, knowing society won’t play fair but like this track by DJ Krush we’re Keeping The Motion!

Monday Michiru came through with the vocals on this soul jazz / jazzhop venture, it’s all good they have the notion!

Miles Davis – Come Get It

Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues, y’all know where my mind is!

Afternoon Jazzing so I’m not out in these streets spazzing! lab techniques? I m enhancing / putting it down like this!

You’ll find us on a breakbeat scientific spectrum, show respect for the drum and the good word!

Moving forward, now what’s next? posting this episode around lunch time, the meal is served!

Per this jazz funk / jazz rock track from Miles Davis? y’all can Come Get It!

Check out the players and the track as we holla back! so what’s up? can you dig it? 

Miles Davis – Code M.D.

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday, as we chill out on a hot Monday afternoon in Atlanta!

It’s cloudy like an afternoon storm might blow in due to the humidity, forewarned like facing a storm in life due to diplomatic immunity? that’s another story, somebody will understand the Brotha!

Broadcasting live from a remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta interrupting the regular scheduled programming!

Blasting jazz / funk / hip hop / house music and even drum and bass! players are mad because I’m not slow jamming!

The sound is weaponized for spiritual warfare, check the Sonic Assault / steady bombardment of the enemy positions!

Afternoon Jazzing with a track called Code MD from Miles Davis, as we stay on code!! that’s how we’ll behave with this! check out the players and the track as we proceed and continue with these breakbeat scientific missions!

Arranged By – Robert Irving III

Drums – Al Foster

Electric Bass – Darryl “The Munch” Jones*

Guitar – John Scofield

Percussion – Mino Cinelu

Soprano Saxophone – Branford Marsalis

Synthesizer, Programmed By [Electric Drum Programming] – Robert Irving III

Trumpet – Miles Davis

Miles Davis and Marcus Miller – Siesta – Kitt’s Kiss – Lost In Madrid Part II

Sunday Jazz Continues, check these menus as this Sunday afternoon meal is served..

This meal is appropriate for any time frame as we rebuke the ongoing mind games in Babylon; the devil and his advocates swerved..

The scene observed from here in Georgia ground zero for the fight for democracy as Ossoff and Warnock try to unseat Perdue and Loeffler..

The scene observed, now ready to roll from Georgia to your area with work to do;  dropping this sound on ya..

Down I-20 here in Atlanta?  we swerved earlier, now in the lab like it’s a siesta listening to Miles Davis and Marcus Miller with  tracks called Siesta – Kitt’s Kiss – Lost In Madrid Part II

….the soundtrack from the movie Siesta; check out the players and the track to see what the moves will be / to see what it do..

 

 

Artists United Against Apartheid – Let Me See Your I.D.

Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I refer to as a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday; things can play out either way..

We claim the terrific part, moving forward playing our part!! dropping this good word, plus we’ll let the music play..

Dropping mathematics, playing our part dropping this good word!! no technical difficulties like the Iowa caucuses..

Dropping fanatics with these sonic assaults; dropping this sound!! naysayers try to stop this like  back in the day Bloomberg’s  NYPD  stop and frisk!!

Dropping fanatics with these sonic assaults!!  naysayers try to stop this!! Artists United Against Apartheid mentioned  Let Me See Your I.D., in reference to conditions in South Africa back in the day..

Posted a jazz track from these cats earlier, now hip hop artists are represented; check the players / artists and the track to see what the deal will be!! February? the month for Black History!!

Producer: Little Steven

Producer: Arthur Baker

Associated Performer, Trumpet: Miles Davis

Associated Performer, D J: D.J. Cheese

Associated Performer, Keyboards: Richard Scher

Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Doug Wimbish

Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Annie Brody Dutka

Associated Performer, Vocals: Big Youth

Associated Performer, Vocals: Duke Bootee

Associated Performer, Vocals: Fat Boys

Associated Performer, Vocals: Gil Scott-Heron

Associated Performer, Vocals: Grandmaster Melle Mel

Associated Performer, Vocals: Jimmy Cliff

Associated Performer, Vocals: Kurtis Blow

Associated Performer, Vocals: Les Malopoets

Associated Performer, Vocals: Peter Garrett

Associated Performer, Vocals: Peter Wolf

Associated Performer, Vocals: Ray Barretto

Associated Performer, Vocals: Scorpio

Associated Performer, Vocals: Sonny Okosun

Associated Performer, Vocals: Tina B

Composer Lyricist: Artists United Against Apartheid

 

Miles Davis – Backyard Ritual

Sunday Jazz Continues!! excuse us for the mini- sabbatical we were out in those Atlanta streets..

Sixty degree weather in February? no wonder jokers are acting contrary; on this day of reflection? analyzing their victories and defeats?

Punxsatawney Phil didn’t see his shadow, an early spring? General Beauregard Lee  said expect six more weeks of winter…

Groundhog Day science on 02 /02 /2020 check the ritual as free radicals are introduced on Super Bowl Sunday; meanwhile son told me about a nuclear winter..

The sound? O-Dog will play!! he’s a habitual smooth sonic criminal, getting free / staying free radical with it!! listening to Miles Davis with Backyard Ritual

The sound? O-Dog will play!! we’re back with it!! check out the players and the track to see what it do!!

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Quincy Jones – Birdland

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday, so excuse us while we do our due diligence…

The saga / struggle continues, my way of saying life goes on!! our response? O-Dizzle will cue up the sound while O-Zone provides the borderline belligerence!!

..it’s also known as the eclectic rhetoric but it’s not as bad as those lying per their politics; Moscow Mitch aka the Grim Reaper is on TV as I type this!!

running interference for Trump while me and my constituents are out here trying to get over the hump; we know what the scam /  hype is!!

We know what the deal is, but at the moment we’re chilling listening to Quincy Jones with his version of the Weather Report classic track  Birdland..

Only two cats I call maestros, Barry White and Quincy Jones!! check out the all star players as they adjust bass, treble and tones! they’re putting in work man!!

Arranged By [Horns] – Jerry Hey, Quincy Jones

Arranged By [Rhythm] – Ian Prince, Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton

Bass – Nathan East

Featuring, Guitar – George Benson

Featuring, Saxophone – James Moody

Featuring, Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis

Featuring, Vocals – Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan

Handclaps – Ian Underwood, Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton

Keyboards – Ian Prince, Larry Williams

Saxophone – Larry Williams

Synthesizer [Programming] – Michael Boddicker, Michael Casey Young

Trombone – Bill Reichenbach

Trumpet – Gary Grant, Jerry Hey

Written-By – J. Zawinul