Victor Feldman’s Generation Band – “Elbowroom”

Sunday Jazz Continues on a Sunday afternoon, we’re broadcasting live from quarantine central..

Oh!! the coronavirus pandemic shelter in place is lifted down here in Georgia but per Ahmaud Arbery priorities haven’t shifted down here in Georgia; racism central?

Trumpism central to this behavior? hell to pay for the eccentric behavior? contrary to the paradigm shift? ideologies clashing/

Beats bumping in response to all this, Sunday Jazzing ;  O-Dog Day Partying in another fashion..

Beats bumping / jamming!! listening to some jazz funk from Victor Feldman’s Generation Band with a track called   “Elbowroom”

…in reference CDC  guidelines concerning six feet per social distancing? rocking a mask not anti – social , showing love from a distance!  multi -tasking per these breakbeat scientific principles!! check out the players and this track that’ll boom!!

Check this out at Victor Feldman’s Generation Band – “Elbowroom”

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

 

 

 

Victor Feldman’s Generation Band “You Bring Me Up”

Sunday Jazz Continues, check us out!! we’ve had a pretty good set going, so whatcha knowing?

The saga / struggle continues; life goes on!! from Brazil to Italy to here in the ATL sounds are dropped!! we’re going for what we’re knowing!!

The saga / struggle continues; life goes on!! that’s the deal, so we’re going for what we’re knowing providing the soundtrack..

…plus we provide this eclectic rhetoric can you dig it? starting off the month of December strong like we’re protesting in Hong Kong when we bring it back!!

Don’t you feel it, it’s electric? hot like Amazon forest fires started by Leonardo DeCaprio? naw bro!! jokers like Jair Bolsonaro are rolling  like Boris Johnson; they follow that belligerent Donald Trump script!!

..over at the NATO meeting, will he flip? O-Zone already knows what’s up with it, meanwhile down I-20 in Atlanta we dip…

…going for what we know;  setting off the disco inferno with some disco jazz / jazz funk from Victor Feldman’s Generation Band with a track called   “You Bring Me Up”

Disco jazz / jazz funk is what we’re greeting you with check the style!! check out the players and the track to see what’s up!

Check this out at Victor Feldman’s Generation Band “You Bring Me Up”

 

Smooth Jazz Session Mix 126

Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Saturday afternoon, on what I call my Afternoon Jazz segment…

The saga / struggle continues!! it’s rough out here!! they say the unemployment rate is down from Blacks and Latinos but I’ll need to call in a regiment..

Some say Deep State elements are evident check the scenarios!! plus the old school Baptist preacher told me the devil will oppose us..

Digging deep in the crates for sonic artillery!! it can be old school / new school or next school!! O-Dizzle will even compose some, doing justice!!

So what’s up with us? we’re listening to Smooth Jazz Session Mix 126 courtesy of Smooth Jazz Nation Power

DJ Equip Mode is doing justice!! check out the playlist and the mix!! it’s good for this afternoon or any hour..

Track list:

1.Paula Atherton – Between Me & You

2.Marion Meadows ft. Lamar Gaines – Humanity

3.Boney James – Powerhouse

4.Chillaxing Jazz KolleKtion – Four Miles

5.Kool Klean – Dimensions

6.Nathan East – SeveNate

7.Oli Silk – Take Some Time Out

8.Rob Zinn – Blue Night

9.Cal Harris Jr – Soulful

10.Ipanema – fusion

11.Steve Cole – Intimacy

12.Valeriy Stepanov – Happy People

Ronnie Laws ‎– Heart Station

Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out some of this jazz / funk from   Ronnie Laws ‎– with a track called Heart Station…from his True Spirit album..check out the players and the track…

Bass – Nathan East Drums – Raymond Pounds Guitar – Roland Bautista Piano – Bobby Lyle Strings, Keyboards, Chimes – Terry Marshall  Tenor Saxophone, Written-By – Ronnie Laws 

Source: THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Ronnie Laws ‎– Heart Station

Ronnie Laws / Heart Station

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Flashback Friday!!  We’re checking out this smooth track from Ronnie Laws called Heart Station.

The album cover mentions The Three Kings Project, with Wayne Henderson,  Wilton Felder and Ronnie Laws from 2008,  but this is actually from the Ronnie Laws True Spirit album from 1990.

Wayne Henderson did produce True Spirit though!! Check out the players and the track…

Bass – Nathan East / Drums – Raymond Pounds  / Guitar – Roland Bautista / Piano – Bobby Lyle / Strings, Keyboards, Chimes – Terry Marshall   / Tenor Saxophone – Ronnie Laws

Source: Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Ronnie Laws / Heart Station

Nathan East – Higher Ground (feat. Kirk Whalum)

Digital Crate Digging Continues per the Saturday Night Fever!! We’re listening to some jazz funk /  soul jazz from bassist  Nathan East with his version of Stevie Wonder’s  Higher Ground (feat. Kirk Whalum). Check it out!!

Kenny Loggins – Love Will Follow

Digital Crate Digging Continues per this so called Terrible / Terrific Tuesday, so what it do? What’s the perspective, positive or negative?

Maybe this track by Kenny Loggins called Love Will Follow will help you get your mind right / Valentine’s Day grind right!! Check out the players and the track!!
Backing Vocals – Donna McDaniels, Marilyn Martin / Bass – Nathan East / Guitar – David Williams , Michael Landau / Programmed By – Derek Nakamoto/ Saxophone – David Sanborn/ Synthesizer – Greg Phillinganes / Synthesizer [Fairlight Cmi & Dx 7’s] – John Barnes / Written-By – Tom Snow / Written-By, Producer, Vocals – Kenny Loggins

Smooth Jazz Session Mix 86

Digital Crate Digging Continues per the Friday Night Fever!! I’m in that grey area, trying to decide whether I’ll turn up or chill out!

In the meantime and between time I’m listening to Smooth Jazz Session Mix 86 courtesy of   Smooth Jazz Nation Power  . Check out the playlist and the mix!!

Track List:
1.The Journey to Perfect (Late at the Beach Mix) – Vladi Strecker
2.Tony Saunders – Just Letting Go
3.So Beautiful – Peter Pearson
4.Sensual Overload – Chris Standring
5.Paul Hardcastle – Neon Adventure _ Ibiza Remix
6.Nathan East – Why Not This Sunday (feat. Ruben Studdard)
7.Lindsey Webster – Open Up
8.Paul Hardcastle – Golden Gate
9.Damien Escobar – Get up and Dance (G.U.A.D.)
10.BOZ SCAGGS – Miss Riddle
11.Adani & Wolf – Song For Life (Album The Irresistible Dust On The
12.Aegean Summer – Gold Lounge

 

Nathan East – Featuring Philip Bailey, Ralph Johnson, Verdine White – Serpentine Fire

Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! We’re checking out some soul jazz from Nathan East –  Featuring  Philip Bailey, Ralph Johnson,  and Verdine White with EWF’s  Serpentine Fire!! Let’s Go!!