Mongo Santamaria – Smooth Operator

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday, in the midst of the madness it’s been a good day..

Oh!! it’s been a hot one in more ways than one, it’s easy to come undone; following the old school Baptist preachers advice? “Let Us Pray”

O-Zone? earlier he let you know how it’s done, but now it’s like let us move on!! we’re all up in the sport again knowing it’s complex..

Danger zones come undone,  from Louisville per Breonna Taylor to over in Portland where Trump’s Secret Police is marching, what city is next?  

Some say Chicago, we’ll see how that’ll go but I’ll tell you what; we’ll proceed and continue listening to Mongo Santamaria with his version ofSade’s  Smooth Operator

Check out how it’ll go! check out the players and the track as we continue chilling out, ignoring a hater

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Mongo Santamaria ‎– Los Indio

Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I refer to as a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday..

Things can go either way, claiming the terrific outcome!! celebrating by pulling out the drum and following my motto; “Let The Music Play”

….O-Dog Day Day Partying earlier but check the mood swing, Afternoon Jazzing!! actually? this vibe is in that same vein..

Jazz funking / Latin Jazzing!!  due to the next mood swing I could be out here spazzing! it’s rough out here!! me and my constituents are feeling the same pain!!

Doing the damn thing, check this soul food we bring!! in the midst of the ongoing spiritual warfare we’re fighting back with this good word and the sound!! at the moment listening to Mongo Santamaria with a track called Los Indio

This is from his Afro – Indio release back in  1975 / 1976, I’m digging it, getting my Afro / Indio / Cuban musical fix!! check out the players and the track to see what it do!!

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Mongo Santamaria ‎– Hitchcock Railway

Sunday Jazz Continues on a hot afternoon / evening here in Atlanta; skies look cloudy but the meteorologists blame it on the Godzilla Sahara Dust Storm..

Son!! I’m  ready to spaz as Breonna Taylor protests up in Jefferson Square in Louisville get fired on; the coupon for redemption shows  no expired on date!! it’s not too late, God will deliver us from the storm..

…mentioned earlier in my it all falls apart post but not playing high post I’m  real with it!! your dude is down to earth..

Mentioned earlier, a dude falls through with heart and soul  from coast to coast, worldwide after the mothership landed us on earth..

Paid attention, work to do!! rolling down I-20 in Atlanta listening to some latin jazz from Mongo Santamaria ‎with a track called  Hitchcock Railway

His version of the Joe Cocker song? check the lyrics provided so you won’t get me wrong!! as we proceed and continue / move along check out the players rolling with Mongo Santamaria as they play!!

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Mongo Santamaría – Jai Alai (Reno)

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 – Jay Chattaway

Bass – Gary King

Congas [Solo] – Mongo Santamaria

Drums – Steve Berrios

Electric Piano [Mini Moog Solo, Fender Rhodes] – Barry Miles

Guitar – Eric Gale

Guitar [Solo] – Jeff Layton

Percussion – Jimmy Maelen

Trumpet [Solo] – Jon Faddis

Written-By – G. King