SG Episode S2-14 is here !

Welcome to another exciting episode of the Smooth Groovers Review.

You can listen from i-tunes, Podfeed or by clicking on the play button below:

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In this week’s Newies we feature:

Mark Ronson featuring The Daptone Horns, please visit him at: http://www.markronson.co.uk
Kirk Franklin, please visit him at: http://www.kirkfranklin.us,
Check out the accompanying video with a surprise visit from Maurice White (Please also check out Maurice White’s amazing Interpretations CD), popping into the studio at the end!

and NormanBrown, please visit him at: http://www.myspace.com/storminnormanbrown or http://www.normanbrown.com  
Since Norman’s debut back in ’92 he has had 7 Albums; and one CD as a member of BWB – a jazz trio named after its three members: Norman Brown, saxophonist Kirk Whalum, and trumpeter Rick Braun.

Here are a couple of fantastic Norman Brown videos…

The first one’s correct name is ‘Thats the way love goes’

The second is an excellent interpretation of Earth Wind and Fires’s, After the love has gone.

In this week’s Myspace Artist Review we feature

Kne-Ochaw Hampton – After Dark, please visit her at: http://myspace.com/kneochawhampton Kne-Ochaw (nee-o-chaw) is a 15 yr old from Willingboro, New Jersey and has been developing her talents in jazz since the age of 8. She completed her first CD called The Other Side of Town at the age of 10, on which she wrote and arranged all pieces on the project.

Our Thanks to JRF Trio for their wonderful – Fantastic View, please visit them at:
http://www.myspace.com/jrftrio  Special Thanks to James fowler for sending us the CD. The team have worked for David Morales,Barbara, Tucker, M people, Kim English, Cathy Dennis, Brandon Block and they Co wrote M&S Salsoul nugget. They have also worked with Da Click, ultra nate, and many more. We wish you all the best.

We also feature Travis Vegas – That Feeling from Travis’s current CD – Just Let It Flow. Please visit him at: http://www.myspace.com/travisvegamusic  Travis’s influences include: Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Norman Brown, Peter White, Steve Oliver, Kenny Burrell, Ronny Jordan, and Paul Jackson Jr.

This week’s featured artist is Donald Byrd

We Thank Sukh for his Desert Island Groove, choosing Johnny Gill

In the final part of our programme/Episode we feature Oldies from:

Michael Bublé
Laura Fygi – from the CD –  Next Generation Volume 1
Marvin Gaye (an instrumental) and
Down To The Bone.  Look out for their long awaited new album ‘Supercharged’, expected in mid June ’07.

Until next time, Thanks for Taking part in the Podcast revolution, Podcast revolution it is.

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