Smooth Groovers Podcast – Season 3 – Episode 18

Welcome to our latest exciting Season 3 Episode

NB The intro theme this week is from the 60s TV series THE AVENGERS starring Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg. NB Any comic book fans should not confuse this series with the Marvel comics characters – so much information, so little time!

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This week’s Newies include:

Jordin Sparks (feat Chris Brown) – This song communicates a real dependant relationship – very heavy!

Kelly Rowland – Kelendria Trene “Kelly” Rowland is an American R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress, who rose to fame as one of the founding members of the successful R&B girl group Destiny’s Child, the best-selling female group of all time, according to the World Music Awards and SonyBMG.

After a series of commercially successful releases with the group and a worldwide number-one success with rapper Nelly and ‘Dilemma’, Kelly released her debut solo album Simply Deep in 2002. The album became a commercial success, eventually selling more than two million copies worldwide.

You can check out the original song by Bobby Womack by clicking play on the following video:

Myspace Artist Review AKA Emerging Artists or Artists new to us!

Roger Smith – Sittin’ In
Rodger Smith is a wonderful producer, composer and keyboard player

CSS Repertoire – Show Me All
The CCS Repertoire Presents Jazzy Vibes 2008 it is a 14 track Smooth Jazz offer and its available at http://www.juno.co.uk

Tonex (Toh – Nay )- Coffee Philosophy
Here’s an artist from San Diego, California in the United States who came to London to record an album called ‘The London Letters’.

Moments and Whatnots this week is from George Benson
It is especially for Tagi based in Sudan who said of our last show ‘Nice show, good selection of Smoooooooooooooth jazz melodies….

This week’s Bring in Back Section includes:

Sos Band – Did you know that SOS stands for, ‘Sounds Of Success’, according to wikipedia!
Ryo Kawasaki A Scientist turned Jazz Fusion Guitarist who has also been a sound engineer, a writer of music software and he’s made some dance techno music too.
Keni Burke – from the CD Changes, released in 1981.

Solu Music feat Kimblee. The Prof and I consider this as a nice track for the summer sun (well, in the northern hemisphere at the moment!). Or, one to watch as the sun sets! Solu Music is the creation of songwriters/ producers Howie Caspe and Dan Nathanson. Established in 2001, Solu’s mission was to bring their soulful style to the masses and create music that can be felt on so many different levels.
They’ve worked and developed vocalists such as Kai Martin and Kimblee whose voices capture the unique Solu sound and led to success of their album ‘AFFIRMATION’.

Their latest E.P. is an iTunes exclusive entitled ‘SOULSUGAR’ and once again Kai Martin delivers. It is a 3 track soul de force! From R&B, to House, to Neo-Soul Lounge, their style reaches and touches all audiences.
Please check them out at: http://www.solumusic.com

We close the show with a Jazz Funk 12” single from the late 1970s by Francine McGee.

Until next time.

Love and Peace from the Doc and the Prof.

PS Thanks for being patient this week as our show was late by a couple of days!

2 Replies to “Smooth Groovers Podcast – Season 3 – Episode 18”

  1. Dr Groove -The correct spelling for the actor is
    Patrick Macnee

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