Johnny M – Distances | Deep Progressive House Set | DEM Radio Podcast

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we come through on a Sunday morning!

We’re all up in the spot dropping the sound and these remote outpost musings, the kind expected on a Sunday morning..

..but unconventional methods are what we beget, utilized based on unconventional wisdom due to time spent with the wise and otherwise!

Louisville / Newburg default settings comprised the foundation of these breakbeat scientific studies in our pursuit of knowledge / the prize!

Scorpio season? these Adversity Anniversaries are celebrated auras recalibrated, now the prize or gift is given to our constituents!

Sunday Jazz? Jazz dancing / deep housing / trip hopping per this Johnny M – Distances | Deep Progressive House Set | DEM Radio Podcast; check the playlist and the mix, this is what we’re dealing with!!

Tracklist:

01. ODAX – Increase Your… (Original Mix) 00:00

02. Galestian – All For You (Anton Make Remix) 08:19

03. Tonaco – Angle Renovation (NOIYSE PROJECT Remix) 14:06

04. Julian Rodriguez – Satelevon (Zankee Gulati Remix) 20:55

05. Cream (PL) – Sandpo (Nicolas Rada Remix) 26:57

06. Michael A – Returnal (Original Mix) 33:14

07. Soulmade (AR), ALPHA21 – Glowing Forest (Alan Cerra Remix) 38:29

08. Alex Konstantinov – Loose Gravity (Dmitry Molosh Remix) 45:34

09. KYOTTO – Sweet Escape (Alan Cerra Remix) 51:28

10. BiGz, Soire, Below Bangkok – Potent Patterns (Alan Cerra Remix) 58:22

Grover Washington Jr – Tell Me About It Now

Sunday Jazz Continues check us out as we do what we do! we’re dropping this sound on the people!

It’s going down as a Sunday afternoon transitions into Sunday evening; Halloween is celebrated by some of the people!

Church steeple knowledge was dropped earlier, the people needed it! so now we’ll proceed and continue with this!

The mothership gets good mileage so we’ve got other work to do, check the sound and this good word; we’ll rock the venue with this!

Heard some of my constituents say Tell Me About It Now, the title of this Grover Washington Jr. track!

That’s what we’re doing with this breakbeat science, rebuking shady politicians in Washington acting brand new with ya, trying to throw us all off track! check out the players and the track!

Check this out at Grover Washington Jr – Tell Me About It Now

Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes – Cosmic Funk

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus, we’re serving this soul food to the people!

Rocking these venues, swerving out here on I-20 in Atlanta trying to get to “where you’re at” dropping this science acquired from the streets to sitting under the church steeple..

..on a Sunday morning; ongoing episodes have us wondering if we’re being built or torn down due to debatable circumstances!

We’re still doing our thing trying not to come undone; making advances!

All Up In The Spot! taking chances, breakbeat scientific studies are conducted in this land that’s corrupted!

All Up In The Spot! a new site constructed, local / national / international and intergalactic vibrations? that’s what’s up with it!

Getting funky with it per Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes and this Cosmic Funk, as they drop it like it’s heavy!

Check out the players and the track, some might even say we’re low key O-Dog Day Partying! they feel me!

Kerri Chandler – We Should Fall In Love

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we provide bonus coverage! it’s going down!

Digital Crate Digging Continues in conjunction as we drop funk at this function; this is how it’s going down!

Not slowing down but not full stream ahead; check out the steady bombardment of the enemy positions!

Throwing down the gauntlet, weaponizing these sounds as we conduct these breakbeat scientific missions!

Might even make some impressions, coming through with this house music / jazz dance from Kerri Chandler with a track called We Should Fall In Love…

This is from his Kerri’s Jazz Cafe project!! is it slamming? only a fool will object, not showing any love!!

 The JB Horns – Chillin’ with Fred

Sunday Jazz Continues!! you should know how we do during this timeframe…

Chilling out, listening to some jazz music, breaking my people off a little something!! it’s no mind game…

Cooling out!! not spazzing on anybody it’s not conducive!! the right frame of mind will help us all..

Ruling out going ballistic like North Korea, building islands for the styling and profiling!! that’s not how we’re rolling y’all

Rolling out on some I-20 Chronicle business,  like the The JB Horns we’re just  Chillin’ with Fred 

Check out the players and the track to see what the deal is!! James Brown’s posse with the jazz funk!! you won’t be misled!!

Check this out at The JB Horns – Chillin’ with Fred

“Glory” (A Gospel House Mix) by DJ Spivey

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as this Sunday brunch is served based on Eastern Standard timing!

Sunday morning type of business is handled, in the ongoing spiritual warfare the devil and his advocates will try to vandalize it, out here in Babylon criming!

I mentioned trying to make us some undone earlier but now the drum is emphasized in this other work we’re trying to do!

Remote outpost musings and Sunday Jazzing? madness methods we’re using as we continue to “go through”

A safe haven / safe harbor? that’s where we’re going to, using to “Glory” (A Gospel House Mix) by DJ Spivey as transportation..

Check the playlist and the mix! O-Dog Day Partying on a Sunday? gospel music / jazz dancing / house music? that’s what we’re using for transformation!

Glory:

0:00:00 Praise Him (Retro Tech) by Chymamusique, Brian Temba, Da Vynalist

0:05:28 The Blood by Angel A + Russoul

0:12:22 Heaven (Mark Francis 201 Vocal Mix) by Aaron K. Gray, Cierra Hill

0:18:14 Heaven (House 4 Life Gospel Choir Mix) by Stacy Kidd, Dawn Tallman, Tasha LaRae,

0:25:31 Glory (Micky More & Andy Tee Classic Mix) by Reverendos of Soul

0:30:50 Talk To God ‘Bout It (Spen’s Sunday Service Re-Edit) by Ron Hall

0:34:48 Prayer (623 Again Vocal Mix) by Kerri Chandler feat. Rev. F.L. Brown

0:39:38 Jesus by Aaron K. Gray & Junior White

0:45:36 God Favors Me (Timmy Regisford & Adam Rios Remix) by Hezekiah Walker

0:51:00 Be With You (Bvld East Main Mix) Carolyn Harding

0:59:17 Goin’ Home [To See My Savior] (Kerri Chandler Vocal Mix) by DJ Spen, Soulfuledge

1:04:29 Why We Sing (Louie Vega Expansions NYC Version 21 Years Later) by Kenny Bobien

Hugh Masekela – A Person Is A Sometime Thing

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as this meal is served; since it’s a late Sunday morning we might can call this brunch!

Shining the light like the sunshine coming from the east into my window this morning; hopefully it’s reaching some who’re waiting in the dark following a hunch!

Bringing this insight aka unconventional wisdom in this ongoing unconventional warfare of a spiritual nature!

Trying to get it right, Geneva Convention rules followed, clocking the proceedings with a Geneva watch on, once again it’s on! but Michael Jackson mentioned Human Nature!

Trying to get it right, check the spiritual nature! even with this soulful jazz track Hugh Masekela mentioned A Person Is A Sometime Thing!

Check out the players and the track! check us out as we come through with this Afro – Cuban Jazz / Soul Jazz meal, maybe it’s something you can feel as we do the damn thing!

Reading the liner notes, from The Boy’s Doin It Album, where this song came from:

This album is dedicated to Fela Ransome-Kuti whose birthday was October 15th!

Plus they mentioned it was Recorded in Lagos, Nigeria, so check the vibe!!

Sheila E. And The E-Train– Heaven

 Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we serve this Sunday meal. 

Broadcasting live from a remote outpost out off of I-20 in Atlanta: we’re in the lab trying to chill. 

Sounds blasting and good word dropping, some of the breakbeat scientific measures being taken!

Soon blasting off into the universe from our runway out here off of I-20 in Atlanta, mystic voyages are taken!

But at the moment we’re breaking away from the world, chilling out listening to Sheila E. And The E-Train with a track called Heaven!

Check out the players and the track as we holla back, this is how we’re living!

Bass – Reggie Hamilton

Engineer [Pro Tools] – Jeff Kanan

Keyboards – Byron Williams

Producer, Written-By – Peter Michael Escovedo

Saxophone – Gerald Albright

Vocals [Additional] – Lynn MabryPeter Michael

Guitar – Paul Jackson Jr

Producer, Arranged By, Drums, Percussion, Vocals, Arranged By [Vocals], Mixed By, Art Direction – Sheila E.

Towa Tei w/ Joi Cardwell and Vivien Sessoms – Luv Connection (Mousse T’s Soul Power Mix)

Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as this soul food is served on a Sunday evening!

We’re rocking these venues from Louisville / Newburg to here in Atlanta to Johannesburg, from Pluto to Mars! we keep achieving!

We keep believing, that’s why we’re putting it down like this! we’re still out here getting breakbeat scientific!

We’re providing this sonic medicine, hopefully relieving my people from the madness they’ll deal with!

Real with it! understand this, it’s all love like this track by Towa Tei w/ Joi Cardwell and Vivien Sessoms – Luv Connection…

This is Mousse T’s Soul Power Mix, check out the original players and the track! they made that connection!

Side Effect / Always There (Ashley Beedle’s F-9513 Re-Edit)

Digital Crate Digging err I mean Sunday Jazz Continues, it’s all based on being breakbeat scientific!

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on as the toil and strife goes on to be specific!

That’s the deal with it so we proceed and continue to deal with it; that’s all we can do!

Of course we’re being real with it dropping this good word letting y’all know what’s it do!

We’re coming through, checking out some soul jazz from  Side Effect with their version of Ronnie Laws Always There (Ashley Beedle’s F-9513 Re-Edit)

 ..Let’s Go!! Let’s Get it! my constituents will feel it as we continue to get breakbeat scientific!

Check this out at Side Effect / Always There (Ashley Beedle’s F-9513 Re-Edit)