Sunday Jazz Continues on this Labor Day Holiday Weekend; at the moment we’re chilling out in the lab…
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on,
a labor of futility / the futility of labor? mentioned in Ecclesiastes 2:18-23, now you can catch me undergoing this sonic rehab..
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on to another level, manipulated by another devil?
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on, bear witness to the
2020 Freedom Summer; a new edition of the 1964 version, on another level?
Spotted a mural of that version over on Sunset Avenue in the West End of Atlanta; Ralph David Abernathy, Hosea Williams and MLK and John Lewis represented..
Spotted others swerving at the
Trap Music Museum out off of Northside Drive but that’s another story as this breakbeat science is represented..
Norman Connors mentioned Mother Of The Future, check out the players and the track..
Letting go of the negative notion, she was accused of being the
daughter of chaos earlier by the naysayers, she had to show them how it’s done / she had to “holla back”
Digital Crate Digging Continues as this rainy Saturday afternoon in Atlanta transitions into Saturday evening….
We’re Afternoon Jazzing / O-Dog Day Partying and doing the Saturday Night Fever thing…
We’re doing the damn thing!! digging deep in the crates line a miner rocking the hardhat with the lantern on top going deep into caverns in search of precious minerals and resources..
We’re doing the damn thing!! digging deep for
breaking news dropped by these breakbeat scientists, finding out there are no reality divorces..
We’re doing the damn thing!! of course we’re jamming listening to this disco jazz / disco soul from
Aquarian Dream with a track called Phoenix
They were produced by
Norman Connors with help from Reggie Lucas back in the day!! check out the players and the track!! back in the way when we rise like the Phoenix?
Arranged By –
Reggie Lucas Backing Vocals –
Pat Shannon, Tawatha, Valerie Horn Bass –
Willie Weeks Clavinet, Piano [Acoustic], Synthesizer [Arp Pro Soloist, Moog] –
Jacques Burvick Drums –
Jimmy Morrison Electric Piano –
Dwight Brewster, Jacques Burvick Guitar –
Keith Loving, Reggie Lucas Horns [Horn Section] –
John Paddis Lead Vocals –
Gloria Jones Percussion –
Mtume, Mike Fowler Producer, Presenter –
Norman Connors Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone –
Claude Bartee Strings [Ensemble] –
Dwight Brewster Strings [String Section] –
Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes – A Chance for Peace
Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Music Monday, plus we’re O-Dog Day Partying…
Partying with a purpose, dropping science is how we work this;
we’re back up in it / in the heart of this thing!!
The purpose is not defeated, even though the signs in the street / word on the curb point to the
Matrix Architect wanting us alt- shift- deleted..
Worthless? please, a dude grinds but gets no respect; now like these streets of Atlanta per this 90 degree weather? we’re heated
How did some work this? the drama greeted us when we were like
Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes looking for A Chance for Peace
How will they work this? check out the players and the track as echoes of past episodes are heard; the catch phrase was “no justice no peace”
Bongos, Percussion –
Angel Allende Congas, Percussion – Lawrence Killian Drums – Art Gore, Wilby Fletcher Electric Bass – Greg Maker Guitar – Reggie Lucas Horns – Dave Hubbard Keyboards – Lonnie Liston Smith Percussion – Michael Carvin, Ray Armando Trombone – Clifford Adams Trumpet – Cecil Bridgewater Vocals – Donald Smith Written-By – Lonnie Liston Smith
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Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some jazz funk / jazz rock from guitarist
Reggie Lucas – with a track called The Barefoot Song. This is courtesy of JazzMan Dean!! Check out the players and the track!! Let’s Get It!!