Welcome to Episode 5-10, i.e: Season 5 Episode 10 of the Smooth Groovers Review.
Welcome to another exciting show with Dr Groove and Professor Smooth – With new stuff from our Discovery section, a Soul revue and great oldies towards the end of the show with our rediscovered Jazz, Smooth-Jazz, and JazzFunk Gems.
We kick off with our usual introduction from the world of Films and Television. This time its from the successful Walt Disney film “The Black Hole”, back in 1979. The story focuses around an exploration space ship that discovers another ship near a black hole, whose only Human occupant is played by Maximilian Schell with a crew of Robots, including one rather mean and threatening robot called, Maximilian.
The track featured is entitled ‘overture’, from the soundtrack album composed by John Barry.
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The James Colah Project – Better days
james Colah is from London, England and is an accomplished keyboard player, producer, arranger, composer and session man with a credible and impressive resumé in the music industry. He began his music studies at the age of four with a classical upbringing which progressed to a dynamic and creative flare for composition and performance, much of which is undertaken at his own South London studios. James continues to produce amazing tracks and here is his latest its entitled Better Days.
Hulon – Sax on the Beach
Entrepreneur by day and sax player by night, Hulon (Dr. Hulon Crayton), is a philanthropist with a successful medical practice that currently lives the jazz life in Florida. A long standing member of the group, “On Call,” Hulon has played in various venues on the Gulf Coast. In an effort to give back to the community, Hulon and his wife, Dinah, created the Crayton Foundation to assist in providing minorities with a feasible way to attain the funding needed to attend college. In understanding the challenges they faced as minorities to put themselves through school, Dinah and Hulon embarked upon a quest to help others reach their goals.
Joeseph Patric Moore – Resolution
Here’s an artist NOT to be confused with British astronomer, Author , Radio and TV presenter and former president of the British Astronomical Association who still presents popular show ‘The Sky at Night – Sir Patrick Moore. Joseph is an American bass player, producer, composer and arranger and he has just released in a new CD entitled “To Africa With Love”.
This week, we feature The Mary Jane Girls – you can get this track amongst other classic tracks from Funk Soul Classics – Released in 1983…
NB Wikipedia describes them as protégées of the singer Rick James.
This week we feature:
- Maceo Parker
- The Blackbyrds
- Benny Golson
- Seawind -from the 2009 CD entitled Reunion
- Peter White – from his 2001 CD called Glow
Well, that’s it for another week. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did putting it all together.
Until next time, Thanks for Taking part in the podcast revolution.
Love and Regards
Dr Groove and Professor Smooth.