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Mark De Clive-Lowe / The Mission featuring John Robinson

Digital Crate Digging  Continues; checking out Mark de Clive-Lowe dropping a smooth track  from his Church album called The Mission Featuring – John Robinson

CHURCH is out worldwide now (mashibeats/ropeadope): check it out at: 16 more words

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Jazz-Funk Pioneer Joe Sample Dies At 75

HOUSTON (AP) — Pianist and composer Joe Sample, a founding member of the genre-crossing Jazz Crusaders who helped pioneer the electronic jazz-funk fusion style, has died. 264 more words


Kool & the Gang get "Wild and Peaceful"

Kool & the Gang – Wild and Peaceful (1973)

Formed in 1964 in Jersey City as the Jazziacs, Kool & the Gang began their musical career as a jazz combo. 670 more words


Anatomy of THE Groove for 9/12/2014 Andre's Pick: "Dondi" by Ed Motta

One thing that seems to be a constant in funk,both during its process on up through present day,is its strong connections to Latin America. In particular Brazil,whose polyrhythmic Afro-Latin percussion rhythms were part of the foundation of the genre. 442 more words


Incognito / Summer's Ended ( live at A38 Ship in Budapest )

Digital Crate Digging Continues; Well, we’re past the Labor Day Holiday so I guess you can say Summer’s Ended per Incognito.

Check out the players and the track  live from the a38 ship in  Budapest, Hungary!! 41 more words

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Andre's Amazon Archive for 9/6/2014: 'Chameleon' by Harvey Mason

Only in recent years have I come to realize just how significant Harvey Mason is to the progression of jazz-funk on through “chill” and into the modern expansive era of the jazz idiom. 535 more words