Stanley Turrentine Sextet – Sugar

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we proceed and continue with this vibe!

Labor Day Holiday Weekend, we’re in the lab chilling my remote outpost musings let you know the vibe!

Doing this for the tribe trying to boost the morale with the sound!

Doing this for the tribe! who’ll work with me? can we get down?

..checking out some of this classic jazz from the Stanley Turrentine Sextet with a cut called Sugar. Classic material cousin!! 

Check out the members of the sextet and the funky track! this is what’s up cousin!

Check this out at Stanley Turrentine Sextet – Sugar

Freddie Hubbard – Betcha by Golly Wow

Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues, ha! y’all can see where I’m coming from!

In a Sunday Jazz mood after O-Dog Day Partying earlier but now I have other work to do, some of y’all know where I’m coming from!

Had the funky drummer drumming earlier, but now I’m bringing it down a thousand!

Check out the Throwback Thursday / Flashback Friday catch phrase, coming through with no delays, this science is one in a million / or at least a thousand..

Chill modes are activated, we’re listening to this smooth track from Freddie Hubbard  with his version of the Stylistics Betcha By Golly Wow!

Chill modes are activated! check out the players and the track for the what / when / where / how!

Ron Carter – Lawra

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday, we’re coming through clear the runway..

..mine is out here on I-20 in Atlanta the gateway to the universe as we try to reverse the curse; it’s not the boss of me things are done my way…

Of course Lord willing, done with his guidance trying to stay in compliance!

Yamaha keyboards and Roland drum machines are weaponized for spiritual warfare to go along with the old school Yamaha four track recorder; my main pawn shop appliance!

Defiant with this but at the moment taking it down a thousand, chilling listening to Ron Carter with a track called Lawra

Check the players and the track as we roll up with this morning soon to be Afternoon Jazz for ya!

Composer: Tony Williams

Ron Carter: Bass

Herbie Hancock:

Piano Tony Williams: Drums

Freddie Hubbard – People Make The World Go Round

Digital Crate Digging Continues per this HumpDay Extravaganza!

We’re chilling out in the lab; broadcasting live from a remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta!

….on a rainy evening; maintaining we keep believing that better days are coming!

In the meantime and between time we’re still celebrating life; we’ve got the funky drummer drumming!

We’re chilling listening to Freddie Hubbard’s version of People Make The World Go Round. 

Check out the players and the track!! this is how we get down!

Check this out at Freddie Hubbard – People Make The World Go Round

Donald Byrd – The Dude

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday, check us out as we handle that type of business!

It’s also a Thankful Thursday due to the fact that it’s a blessing to be here; y’all should know what the deal is!

We’re chilling out in the lab on that Brook Benton business; it’s a Rainy Night In Georgia !

Oh yes Georgia! ground zero for voter suppression  check out the aggression but it’s not just in Georgia!


…but a Brotha will proceed and continue check the menu as we drop this smooth track by Donald Byrd called the Dude!

Check out the players and the track as we “holla back” check the attitude!

Check this out at Donald Byrd – The Dude

The Tony Williams Lifetime ‎– Circa 45

Sunday Jazz Continues as a Sunday morning transitions to  a rainy Sunday afternoon here in Atlanta..

Bands of Hurricane Delta downgraded to Tropical Depression Delta caste a spell on Atlanta…

….as heavy rains and high winds hit us up, the topics of anxiety and depression influenced by Covid 19 come up..

…as heavy pains from heavy hearts are felt due to the chaos and confusion we dealt with influenced by the corrupt..

So what’s up? we’re chilling in the lab undergoing beat therapy / sonic rehab listening to the The Tony Williams Lifetime with a track called  Circa 45

….in reference to the year he was born?  what’s the deal?   word is born!!  check out the players and the track as we hit you up all the way live!!

Norman Connors – Mother Of The Future

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..

Retro- futuristic? 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”

Bass – Ron Carter

Drums – Norman Conners

Electric Piano – Elma Gibson

Flute – Hubert Laws

Guitar – Reggie Lucas

Percussion – Dum Um Romau, Lawrence, Killiam

Percussion, Producer – Skip Drinkwater

Saxophone – Carlos Garnet,  Gary Bartz

Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Eddie Henderson

Vocals – Jean Carn

Written-By – Carlos Garnet

CTI All-Stars – Rock Steady

Sunday Jazz err wait a minute; Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday; I lost track of time..

Maybe I need to get out of that Time Machine mentioned by Chocolate Milk over at my What’s Really Going On website while I was dropping insight; is that a crime? 

Still going for mine getting the machine set working it all out without a doubt; others try to bilk the masses like the GOP with their Corornavirus Relief Bill...

Still going for mine, on the scene dropping this good word and the sound; my constituents know the deal..

Coming through with that real jazz from the CTI All-Stars with their version of Aretha Franklin’s  Rock Steady, courtesy of Jazz Vinyl..

Representing CTI Records lovely!! Ron Carter / George Benson / Grover Washington and other all stars coming through!! check out the other players and the track, if you’re ready!! let’s go!! this conflict is not final!!

Check this out at CTI All-Stars – Rock Steady

CTI All Stars – Fire and Rain (Featuring Hubert Laws)

Sunday Jazz errr I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues per this Music Monday segment..

Son!! I’m not out here trying to spaz even though the saga / struggle continues aka life goes on!! can you dig it?

I’m just trying to rig it up / cue up some nice sounds while I shelter in place / maintain my social distancing…

Some are saying the gig is up / the fix is in, after we fell on our face!! no pain no gain was what Betty Wright was saying!!

Placing a bet on this good music playing while haters say all bets off!! we’re listening to the CTI All Stars with James Taylor’s Fire and Rain (Featuring Hubert Laws)

Placing a bet on this good music playing!! these cats are going off!! check out the all star players and the track!! let the music play, don’t hit pause!!

Check this out at CTI All Stars – Fire and Rain (Featuring Hubert Laws)

Ron Carter – Lawra

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Music Monday; we were O-Dog Day Partying earlier..

…going off in another direction, Afternoon Jazzing! mentioned  being at the jazz vs house music intersection earlier…

Moved into the jazz section for a minute or two, so what it do? I guess you can say we’re chilling for a minute or two!!

Moved into another section like Iranians facing interrogation from immigration officials? naw, that’s what the shady Trump Iran shady business will do!!

Grooved in this section per this classic jazz from bassist Ron Carterwith a track called Lawra; Herbie Hancock helped him on the piano andTony Williams played the drums..

It was written by Tony Williams, the perfect medicine for chilling!! doing the math searching for answers!! quotients / products / sums..

Check this out at Ron Carter – Lawra