Bobbi Humphrey – Jealousy

Sunday Jazz Continues!! you’ll have to excuse us but we’re out here dropping soul jazz on these venues..

Sunday morning meetings? you can’t lose with the stuff they use!! Sunday afternoon / evening? now we’re dropping soul food on these menus..

The saga / struggle continues from here in Atlanta to where your land is bruh; it’s going down from Dayton / El Paso on up to New York…

Mass shootings happening everywhere, now we have Walmart threats /  scares; plus science / knowledge is suppressed  by the Mega Groupwith the death of Jeffrey Epstein in New York…

Some were cute with that thing about a Epstein / Clinton Conspiracy, it didn’t make sense to me, but what do I know I’m just a breakbeat scientist..

Dropping knowledge about the seven deadly sins; lust / gluttony / greed / sloth / wrath / envy / pride; how will some ride? you don’t know? you better find this!

Dropping knowledge? oh yes!! listening to this soul jazz from Bobbi Humphrey with a track called  Jealousy, another name for envy..

Doing the knowledge, checking out the players and the track; some will understand me / they’ll know the deally..

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Billy Cobham – El Barrio

Digital Crate Digging Continues per some Flashback Friday business..

My mind races back to the future; I have flashbacks plus I visualize the sequence..

Some know what the deal is / know what the real is!! they peeped this!! they checked the scenario..

They see how it’s going down from settlements in Jerusalem, inner city streets / ghettos / to the barrio..

What it do? reflecting while listening to  Billy Cobham with  El Barrio; listening to the funky drummer..

What it do? check out the all star players and the track / check the scenario!! check the messages in the drum bro!!

Bass – Alfonso Johnson
Congas, Percussion [Latin Percussion] – Sheila Escovedo
Drums – Billy Cobham
Guitar – Steve Kahn
Keyboards – Don Grolnick
Percussion [Latin Percussion] – Jose Najeira
Timbales, Percussion [Latin Percussion] – Pete Escovedo
Trombone – Julian Priester