Louie Vega presents Leroy Burgess and The Universal Robot Band feat. Patrick Adams – Barely Breaking Even

Sunday Jazz  Continues on a snowy afternoon in Atlanta; we’re chilling out in our remote outpost out off of I-20.

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on enhanced  by the inclement weather; what will the deal be?

I mentioned the reign began with a drizzle, per global warming the temperature is rising it’ll sizzle but it’s still a cold world!!

Now endeavors or plans fizzle, I keep telling y’all it’s rough out here and always has been but jokers want to blame Joe Biden for the ongoing drama that unfurled!

Next level business? we’re about that but at the moment we’re like Louie Vega presents Leroy Burgess and The Universal Robot Band feat. Patrick Adams,  Barely Breaking Even

It’s some disco jazz / soul jazz / house music / jazz dance representing record label’s BBE‘s 500th release consisting of a new interpretation of the song that gave the label its name, BBE = Barely Breaking Even.

Check this out at Louie Vega presents Leroy Burgess and The Universal Robot Band feat. Patrick Adams – Barely Breaking Even

Billie Holiday– Long Gone Blues (GXR Remix)

 Sunday Jazz Continues on a wet Sunday afternoon as a so called wintry mix blows through!

Some are getting inches of snow, others freezing rain ; a holding pattern, freezing the pain like I mentioned in my DMV Showcase a few years back? damn! what are we going through?

Following hunches, waiting in the dark? that’s another story, at the moment chilling slowing the pace getting into some good music!

Following hunches, digital crate digging is involved until the problem is solved; until the situation is conducive..

..for getting our minds right; check this insight plus the sound from Billie Holiday with a track called Long Gone Blues (GXR Remix)

GXR adds a trip hop feel to the classic track as we “holla back” getting breakbeat scientific!

Mtume – Green Light

Sunday Jazz in conjunction with Digital Crate Digging Continues as we rock these venues!

It’s going down on a wet Sunday afternoon from our remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta; we’ve got options like a drop down menus. 

It’s going down! we’ve got this good word plus the funky sound, as breakbeat scientific methods are utilized!

It’s going down! but damn! just heard James Mtume just went home to be with the ancestors! 2022 as bad as 2021? not surprised!

We’re checking out this supreme funk from  Mtume  with  a track called Green Light. 

This is off the Juicy Fruit project we’re just coming with something different; check the players and the track! Check It Out! Let’s Go! Alright?

Check this out at Mtume – Green Light

Craig T Cooper – Walk With Me

 Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we serve this brunch based on this East Coast time frame!

This meal is appropriate for any time frame, as we get breakbeat scientific rebuking any mind game..

..perpetrated on my people / my constituents as we come with it launching this Sonic Assault!

Check the steady bombardment of the enemy positions as we follow mission statements based on lessons taught!

We’re coming through! O-Dizzle brought this track by guitarist Craig T Cooper accompanied by pianist Eddie Miller called Walk With Me based on digital crate digging techniques!

We’re coming through! this is the dizzle, work with me as we bring these unique breakbeat scientific methods / techniques!

Funk Inc. – Kool Is Back

Sunday Jazz Continues; check us out as we provide this bonus coverage “all up in the game”

It’s going down on this first Sunday in 2022 plus we’ve got this Capricorn New Moon!! a lot of moving parts up in the game…

But we’re still up in the workshop at the workstation working it all out / going all out but these naysayers claim we’re acting brand new with them..

Showing out, told others to run and tell that!! even on this Sunday evening with this jazz funk we’re O-Dog Day Partying…

… in another form or fashion infuriating the police trying to clock thought and fashion but it’ll prevent us from spazzing on them when we came back..

…Kool Is Back!!…that’s per Funk Inc..check out the players and the track…

70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz)

Sunday Jazz Continues! the holiday season is coming to a close but a dude is out  here bringing presents  like it’s Christmas with this good word and the music!

On these menus / in these venues? we’re dropping something different, playing the field with this digital crate digging!! some of my constituents are digging the music..

…as they face the music, looking for medicine to ease the pain; belligerent when building these breakbeat scientific experiments?

In the race this is conducive, helping my people deal with it, not yielding as society keeps conducting these social experiments..

Social engineering? they’ll use it but my people will deal with it!! listening to this medicine,  70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz, Afrobeat..) this is courtesy of the Magical Mystery Mix

Mechanical engineering by O-Zone of the sonic nature!! using this aged medicine, old stuff is the best stuff!! spiritual significance? check out some of the artists featured and get caught up in the beat / mix!!

Check this out at 70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz)

Louie Ramirez – Barrio Nuevo

 Sunday Jazz Continues on this first Sunday of the year 2022; Happy New Year to you and yours!

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on, who’s keeping the scores?

We’re trying to move on to the next but still dealing with the 2021 aftermath, doors closing others opening!

We’re trying to move on to the next! bigger plans developed per this New Moon in Capricorn? 

 Check us out as we span the globe brainstorming, blasting off from our runway out here off of I-20 in Atlanta mentioned in my Chronicles. 

Local / national / international and intergalactic is how we move but knowing the devil will oppose. 

We carry on, still trying to reach them and those coming through listening to this Latin Jazz from vibraphonist Louie Ramirez with a track called Barrio Nuevo

This is a continuation from the vibe earlier, check the players and the track to see how / what this work will do!!

Alto Saxophone – Bob Porcelli

Backing Vocals – Erik Alexander Liz LampertSusan Skye

Bass – Gordon EdwardsRasan Jemmott MfalmeWilliam Salter

Congas – Arthur Jenkins

Drums – Bernard Purdie

Guitar – Cornell Dupree

Percussion [Latin] – Johnny Rodriguez

Piano – Paul Griffin

Producer – Jerry MasucciLouie Ramirez

Vibraphone, Timbales – Louie Ramirez

Written-By – L. Ramirez

Incognito – You Are In My System ft. Bluey

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we serve this breakfast / lunch aka brunch!

It’s based on this East Coast time frame, but this meal is appropriate for any time frame, even for those waiting in the dark following a hunch!

Check us out as we do the knowledge / do the math, numbers we’ll crunch like economists after this Christmas holiday!

Check us out as we move on to the next after the aftermath! in 2022 on a another path doing what we do! oh, we’re still dropping this good word and the sound will play!

We’re ready to roll , we’re on our way coming through listening to Incognito with their version of the System’s You Are In My System!

It’s featuring Bluey on the vocals, we had the Kerri Chandler version earlier! check out the work we do from this workshop as we work it all out! at the moment this is how we’re living! 

JAZZ POP SOUL [IN STORE SESSION #8 With: DAVID TARIGAN]

Sunday Jazz Continues, check these menus as this Sunday meal is served on this Sunday afternoon!

This meal is appropriate for any time frame, rebuking any mind game implemented by chefs in Hell’s Kitchen doing what they’re doing!

Meanwhile were doing the damn thing on this end dropping this good word and the funky blend straight from the workshop!

Meanwhile were doing the damn thing but looking at the big picture / grand scheme of things as the devil and his advocates scheme / plot!!

Dropping this sound like it’s hot listening to JAZZ POP SOUL [IN STORE SESSION #8 With: DAVID TARIGAN]

It’s courtesy of Atlas Records, check the playlist and the mix; it’s on once again!!

Track List:

1. Sky High by Donald Byrd

2. Spooky by Cal Tjader

3. Wah Wah Man by Young-Holt Unlimited

4. I Love Music by David Newman

5. Could Heaven Ever Be Like This by Idris Muhammad

6. Do You Want To Dance by Jimmy Messina

7. Werewolf by Robin Kenyatta

Answers Were Right In Front Of Me (Part Eight)

Your dude jumped to the conclusion after recognizing the pattern; oh! the answer was right in front of me!

Your dude jumped up, using this good word and the drum beat / pattern as weapons, battering those that tried to front on me…

…and you; this is frontline spiritual warfare business, appropriate for this Sunday morning!

What it do? fronting on mine was the business of the apparatus as they come through “buking and scorning”

This breakbeat scientific business? the inspiration started on a Sunday, but the apparatus was hoping by Monday it’s a wrap.

Answers were right in front of me, overcoming mage mutterings? they’re causing no delay, the devil is mad but now some are happy, they’ll clap!

Check this out at Answers Were Right In Front Of Me (Part Eight)