Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Saturday afternoon, we’re in the lab chilling!
Cooling out!! spazzing? I’m ruling out nor trying to go that route so I’m bringing it down a thousand….
…or maybe two so what it do? while crate digging I was reminded during this Jazz Appeciation Month, so we’ll do our due diligence…
…so we’re checking out some soul / jazz from George Benson with his version of Heatwave’s Star Of A Story; I know you can dig this!!
Check it out!! as you can see we’re still in that Afternoon Jazz mode, truth be told!!
Check out the players and the track y’all know Mr. Benson was rocking with the best!! truth be told!!
Check this out at George Benson / Star Of A Story
Digital Crate Digging Continues on a hot Tuesday afternoon in Atlanta; another 90 degree day!!
“Hotter Than July” has morphed over into August, some might have lost us or we lost them as we continue to talk about a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday..
I was trying to tell them things can go either way, trying to cost them / accost them / interrupting their coping strategy? naw, I was trying to encourage them…
…to adopt a positive attitude so they can claim the terrific outcome; we’ll help them celebrate by pulling out the drum..
…O-Dog Day Partying listening to Quincy Jones ft Chaka Khan with his classic Stuff Like That (Danny Krivit Edit)
The original version also featured Ashford and Simpson, check out the original players and the track to see how they kept it pimping!! can you dig it?
Check this out at Quincy Jones ft Chaka Khan – Stuff Like That (Danny Krivit Edit)
Sunday Jazz Continues on a cool Sunday night in Atlanta, but the science dropped is good for any day…
Putting it down, check the menus as insight is dropped, check the science plus this good music will play..
Check the sound; this uptempo sound is dropped, club goers mentioned dancing the night way…
Gaining ground but it’s not simple though; this sport is complex, paid attention! even though funds were low we could still play..
Check the sound, club goers mentioned dancing the night way!! Ralph MacDonald said You Need More Calypso (Club Version)
Check the players and the track; dancing the night way at the disco / at the club? on a Sunday night out there swerving?
Check this out at Ralph MacDonald – You Need More Calypso (Club Version)
Sunday Jazz Continues!! check us out as a little digital crate digging will be involved…
The saga / struggle continues, can you dig it? during the ongoing process we jumped to the the conclusion that it’s rough out here, but we evolved..
The saga / struggle continues, threw some salve on the wounds and kept it moving / grooving..
Chilling out on this Sunday evening after coming out odd and even in the ongoing crap game; life is a gamble, winning and losing..
Shady dealing out here in Babylon? oh yes, once again it’s on!! we rebuke it with this sound!! listening to Eric Gale with his version of the the Hall and Oates track Sara Smile..
They’re killing it!! check out the all star players he has rolling with him and the track; they’ve got a reggae twist to it, but something tells me it’ll make you smile!!
- Bass – Gary King
- Cello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCraken
- Drums – Andrew Smith , Steve Gadd
- Guitar – Eric Gale
- Percussion – Ralph MacDonald
- Organ – Richard Tee
- Producer, Synthesizer, Clavinet – Bob James
- Saxophone – Eddie Daniels, George Young , Mike Brecker
- Trombone – Dave Taylor, Wayne Andre
- Trumpet – Alan Rubin, Jon Faddis, Lou Soloff, Randy Brecker
- Viola – Emanuel Vardi, Lamarr Alsop
- Violin – David Nadien, Diane Halprin, Harold Kohon, Harry Cykman, Harry Glickman, Marvin Morgenstern, Max Ellen, Max Pollikoff, Paul Gershman
- Vocals – Frank Floyd, Lani Groves, Patti Austin, Ray Simpson, Vivian Cherry, Bill Eaton, Zack Sanders
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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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Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re listening to some jazz funk from Tom Scott with a track called Apple Juice. Check out the all star players he has rolling with him and the track!!
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 latin jazz / disco jazz / jazzdance from Ralph MacDonald with a track called Universal Rhythm!! Check out the players and the track…
Digital Crate Digging Continues!! we’re checking out this disco jazz / jazz funk from Harvey Mason with a track called Groovin’ You!! Check out the players and the track!!
Afternoon Jazz / Digital Crate Digging Continues; we’re checking out some of this soul jazz from Reuben Wilson – with his version of the Stylistic’s Stoned Out Of My Mind. Check out the players and the track. The group playing with him was called the Cost Of Living.
- Backing Vocals – J.R. Bailey, Jacquelyn Wilson, Kenny Williams, Reuben Wilson, Sammy Turner, Tommy Derrick
- Baritone Saxophone, Flute – Seldon Powell
- Bass – Gordon Edwards, Wilbur Bascomb
- Conductor – Brad Baker
- Congas – Norman Pride
- Drums – Bernard Purdie
- Guitar – Elliott Randall, Jerry Freidman*, Lloyd Davis
- Harmonica – Buddy Lucas
- Lead Vocals – Kenny Williams
- Organ, Clavinet, Electric Piano, Piano – Reuben Wilson, Richard Tee
- Percussion – Esmond Edwards, Tommy Derrick
- Tenor Saxophone – Alfred Ellis, Buddy Lucas
- Trombone – Garnett Brown
- Trumpet – Joe Newman, Jon Faddis
- Violin – Harry Lookofsky, Irving Spice, John Mical, Louis Haber, Louis Stone, Paul Winter