They asked me whats up? I told them next level business is conducted, I wasn’t down with those corrupted; if I was? we wouldn’t be having these conversations.
I wouldn’t be here / shouldn’t be here!! it would be over by now!! I’d have my money and be gone!! that’s whats up with it!! so where do we go from here? your dude is doing the math, checking the permutations..
So whats the deal? supreme courage and maximum strength is needed, no self persecution the secret garden is seeded! I wasn’t waiting in the dark!
So what’s the deal? while cruising down I-20 in Atlanta listening toQuincy Jones and Secret Garden Throwback Thursday thoughts arise; back in the day? me and the homies chipped in to buy some cold beer on a hot day; little homie was making the run, but what’s really going on? we were still waiting in Shawnee Park!!
…up in Louisville; so whats real? everybody was giving each other the stink eye / sideways glances.
What’s the deal? an hour went by!! aw man!! I guess little homie was out here taking chances.
Check this out at https://thebrothaomanxl1.blogspot.com/2011/02/next-level-business-is-conducted-part_11.html
Digital Crate Digging Continues; good music? it’s on these menus!! we’re in the midst of the HumpDay Extravaganza!!
Started out Afternoon Jazzing, it prevented us from spazzing!! for some ignorance was bliss; somebody might understand a brotha!!
We moved on, O-Dog Day Partying on a hot day in Atlanta; I mean, what else are we supposed to do?
We moved on; the old school Baptist preacher said live your life, ignore the toil and strife!! you know the devil is opposed to you!!
Plus the devil is a liar, word from O-Zone the town crier dropping this good word; naysayers we’re like Quincy Jones; asking about Stuff Like That..
Please!! we’re rocking these zones with this soul jazz / jazz funk / disco jazz; check out the players and the track as they put it down like that!!
Alto Saxophone [Also Sax], Soloist [Solo] – George Young
Guitar – David T. Walker
Music By, Lyrics By – Eric Gale, Nickolas Ashford, Quincy Jones, Ralph MacDonald, Richard Tee, Steve Gadd, Valerie Simpson
Vocals – Chaka Khan, Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson
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Digital Crate Digging Continues per Music Monday!! oh yes! we’re doing it like this and like that!!
Digital? analog? please O-Dog will let the music play!! what did I say? it’s like this and like that!!
We continue to put it down like this and like that! no need to interview us like James Comey!!
We continue to put it down like this and like that! what it do? we’re not playing games homie!!
Act like you know me , as we listen to Quincy Jones with his version of the Brothers Johnson track Stomp..
Check out the players and the track; he even had help from Shaq ; plus Yo Yo and Coolio, so whatcha know? check out the other artists and the track!! this is enough to make you wanna stomp!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues on #MusicMonday!! per Quincy Jones we’re Back On The Block!!
l will let you know what’s up!! Let’s Go!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues! We’re checking out some classic disco-jazz from Ernie Watts with a track called Chariots of Fire. Check out the players and the track..
Bass – Neil Stubbenhaus
Drums – John Robinson
Electric Piano – Richard Tee
Guitar – Carlos Rios
Percussion – Paulinho Da Costa
Piano – Michael Omartian
Producer – Quincy Jones
Synthesizer – Ian Underwood
Tenor Saxophone – Ernie Watts
Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out some soul jazz from Charles Earland, with his version of Quincy Jones classic Killer Joe. Somebody open up a window, it’s funky in here!! Check out the players and the track…