Smooth Groovers Podcast – Season 2 – Episode 23

Welcome to another episode of the Smooth Groovers Licensed Review.

We’re back and thankyou for your patience.

You can listen to the Podcast from i-tunes, Podfeed or by clicking on the play button below:


This week we have an interesting mix of Cross-over (pop/funk), Smooth Jazz, Classic Funk/Disco and finally a selection of requests in our Oldies section.
Thank you so much to everyone for writing into us and your amazing encouragement.

In this week’s newies we feature:
Timbaland from his new CD – Shock Wave. Timbaland has also appeared on: Future Sex / Love Sounds by Justin Timberland and Loose by Nelly Furtado. In addition, on the most recent Pussy Cat Dolls CD. There are so many fantastic collaborations on this CD, for example with Nelly Furtado , Justin Timberlake, One Republic and Elton John.

Michael Buble from his new CD entitled: Call me irresponsible – This is an awesome atmospheric track with some ace lyrics entitled: Michael has sold 11 million albums and has had two Grammy nominations.

Rick Braun & Richard Elliot from their new CD RnR.

Both Rick and Richard are also co-founders of the ARTizen music Group, please check their website, from where you can listen or download some of their ace podcasts.

In our Featured Myspace segment we are honored to feature:JUA with Push Aside The Hurt.
His latest and proudest undertaking is the putting together of his own CD entitled ‘Anticipation’

Jason Carrol with Cruisin The Groove. We recommend you learn more at:
This week’s Featured Artist is: Hamilton Bohannon

Born and raised in Georgia, Hamilton Bohannon became Stevie Wonder’s road drummer in the mid-60s and worked his way up to arranger and bandleader. He’s best known for his funky disco music, mostly in the seventies. However those who bought his albums were in for a treat with some rather nice mellower and jazzier content,.

We Thank Si’s Desert Island Groove request of: R.Kelly.

R&B singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer, R. Kelly – was born in Chicago. His has had 12 albums, sold 35 million of them in the U.S., 15 million singles, and over 50 million albums worldwide making him the most successful R&B male artist of the 1990s. R. Kelly released his eighth solo album ‘Double Up’, on May 29, 2007.

As mentioned earlier, our Oldies section features some of our fav’s and some requests:

This week we featured:

Luther Vandross – Thanks Colin Streets (London)
The Crusaders from their 2003 CD release Urban Renewal
Dave McMurray – requested by Hilde (Norway)- This track is from Dave’s CD entitled Nu Life Stories released in 2003
Earth Wind & Fire – That’s The way of the world
and Max Sedgley – Thanks Ewan Norrie from London.

Enjoy the vids too…

Until next time, all the best from the crew at The Smooth Groovers Review

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