Welcome to Episode 5-14, i.e: Season 5 Episode 14 of the Smooth Groovers Review.
Hi & Welcome to Season 5 episode 14. Our intro might be introduced or described as ‘spy jazz’? It is the theme to Joe 90, a late-1960s British science-fiction television series concerning the adventures and exploits of nine-year-old Joe McClaine, who starts a double life as a schoolboy turned spy when his scientist father invents a pioneering machine capable of duplicating and then transferring expert knowledge and experience to another human brain. Equipped with the skills of the foremost academic and military minds, Joe enlists in the World Intelligence Network (WIN), becoming its “Most Special Agent”,pursuing the ideal of world peace and saving human life. The music is by Barry Gray.
Now, on with show – Smooth Jazz, Funk, Soul, Chill, Disco…
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The Rippingtons feat Russ Freeman from the CD Wild Cat
Brian Bromberg from the CD from the CD It Is What It Is
Lucy Pearl (feat Raphael Saadiq) – originally released back in 2000 from the self-titled CD
Brian Culbertson Interview at Pizza on the Park London 21st May 2010
Featured Track: Brian Culbertson from the CD Live on the inside
SOUL REVUE SEGMENT
We feature: The Main Ingredient from back in 1974.
Check out the lead singer’s, Cuba Gooding Sr,on Myspace and from the following link.
Chris Standring from the CD Shades of Cool
Duncan Lorien and Martin Daley (Architechts Of Time)
Jessy J from the 2009 release entitled, “True Love”
Pat Metheny Group from the 1982 album called “Offramp”. We end the show with
Morrisey Mullen from the 1982 Album “Life on the Wire”
BTW Dr Groove has just completed a 130mile cycle ride from Birmingham (UK) to London for Wellchild.
Donations will be gratefully received from http://www.justgiving.com/DrGroove
Until next time, for the love of the music…
Dr Groove and Professor Smooth