Smooth Groovers Show – Ep 5-9

Welcome to Episode 5-9, i.e: Season 5 Episode 9 of the Smooth Groovers Review.

Our intro this week is from the awesome SC-FI series from Gerry and Sylvia Anderson called UFO!

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DISCOVERED SEGMENT
This week we feature:

Kaye Fox – Your Song
Thanks to “4 The Soul-Reciprocity Inc.” for introducing us to songwriter and vocalist who draws inspiration from artists such as; Nina Simone, Kim Burrell, Whitney Houston and Vanessa Bell Armstrong.

Marcus Williams – Touch me from the CD Secrets
The new CD Release “Secrets” can be considered it as romantic smooth jazz for lovers. We’re sure that this will for surely set the mood.

Trizonna McClendon – New Familiar
You will remember a very nice track called ‘My Special’ from season four. Well, Trizonna Mclendon has a new song, a new single, the title track from her current album – described as an airy, soulful and an R&B groove that feels so much like spring, that it was only right  it be released in the spring time.

Tomazz – Way They Talk About You
From engineer, producer and musician who has worked with many independent and established artists including Grover Washington Jr and Celine Dion. He recently released his second smooth jazz album entitled Lucid Dream – described as a melodic vision of jazz piano, sweet guitar riffs, 70s retro brass and contemporary grooves.

SOUL REVUE SEGMENT

This week and still sounding fresh we feature: Loose Ends.
This track combines soul, smoothness and dance-ability in a title that was originally released as a 12” single.

REDISCOVERED SEGMENT
This week’s featured tracks include:

Norman Brown from the 2004 CD entitled,  West Coast Coolin’
Zapp
Jamiroquai from the 2001 CD entitled A Funk Odyssey
Noel Pointer from the 1993 CD release entitled Phantazia
George Duke from the 1979 album that has Earth Wind and latin influences entitled, Follow the Rainbow.

Until next time.
Keep on enjoying the sounds of life!

Love

Dr Groove & Professor Smooth.

4 Replies to “Smooth Groovers Show – Ep 5-9”

  1. Once again, an excellent blend of music. Well done guys. I especially liked the Tomazz track and the Noel Pointer track. Very unusual mix of violin and guitar. Wonderful!
    How would i get through the day without music?

    1. Thanks so much for your feedback it is truly gratefully received.
      We’ve been Noel Pointer fan’s for years, the blend is wonderful, sad about his loss at such a young age.
      Tomazz is certainly a thrilling sound.
      We hope you like the shows, esp the new Chill out show!

  2. I really enjoyed the theme from “UFO”. I don’t remember seeing the show itself in my part of the USA, but did recall the music. I think this would fit into what has been called “spy jazz” or “spy music”, such as the 007 theme or the music from the old “Jonny Quest” animated series that originally aired when I was 9 or 10 years old. I have some additional questions; would appreciate an e-mail reply if you have a chance. Thanks for a great set of shows.

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