Welcome to Episode 5-6, i.e: Season 5 Episode 6 of the Smooth Groovers Review.
This week’s intro features ‘Death of Fiona by John Barry from the soundtrack to the 1965 James Bond film, the 4th film, Thunderball. Prof’s spotted a digital remastered version of the album, available as download or cd on Amazon.com.
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Lets Kick off the show with a new release for 2010, this is Ken Navarro from an album called “Dreaming Of Trains”.
Mowtown Moe – Unconditional Love.
Next, a Smooth Jazz artist and producer from the Metro Detroit area, who’s been working on a fine recipe of smooth jazz, chill and RnB instrumentals, It was a pleasure to visit his page on
http://www.thejazznetworkworldwide.com and hear his music, this track is from his forthcoming CD “Soft Touch” and is called “Unconditional Love”
Craig David from his brand new CD entitled: Signed Sealed Delivered.
The CD has some great interpretations and reworks of both recent and classic numbers.
From the Tribute to Curtis Mayfield – A wonderful track sung in dedication by Gladys Knight.
This London Band had a couple of albums in the early nineties with some really smooth chill-out tracks. In addition, a dance floor favourite single we played in a older podcast called Let’s Push It .
Here’s some really feel good music now from an album back in 1998 called “Surreal Thing”.
Rhythms del Mundo & Sting from the 2006 CD Rhythms del Mundo Cuba
There are lots of great artists on this CD all singing for a wonderful cause. From their site we read: The biggest stars in the music industry have joined forces with the sublime talent of Cuba’s finest musicians to raise their voices to the latest RDM album, ‘Rhythms del Mundo Classics’, produced to raise awareness and funds for climate crisis projects and natural disaster relief.
Chaka Khan from the 2007 CD entitled Interpretations: Celebrating the Music of Earth, Wind & Fire
Bob Baldwin [feat. Marion Meadows]
From Bob’s wonderful 2009 CD Lookin’ Back. Doc met-up with Bob in London last year at an awesome gig.
We finish the show with some cool rhythms from a CD release from 1997, entitled: From Manhattan to Staten by the awesome band Down To The Bone.
Wishing you all the best to you & your ears!!
Dr Groove and Professor Smooth