Smooth Groovers Review – Season 4 – Episode 13

Welcome to the latest Episode of the Smooth Groovers Review.
Season 4, episode 13, hence: SG4-13.

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In the fresh batch

Trizzona McLendon with  My Special
(Track listing Approved by Artist)
This is the brand new single and we learn that there will be a new album in the summer of 2009.

Firefly Soul with Holiday Town from the CD On the Edge and Beyond
(Track listing Approved by Artist)
The music is certainly a fusion of vocals and complex harmonies. A lush and captivating orchestration with that combines the sound of a club, live bass, guitar and vocals.

Cook Daniel with Full of Joy
(Track listing Approved by Artist)
Cook Daniel is from the Netherlands who  produces great sounds of  relaxation, lounge, dance, chill music, easy listening.. with some jazzy flavours.

In  this week’s Soul Sensation we have:

Keni Burke
From we read that Keni Burke began his career in the 1960’s with brothers James, Clarence, Dennis and sister Aloha in his family group the Stairsteps. Keni was the bass player and when they split up in 1971 he moved to Los Angeles in search of session work. In 1974, he toured with Billy Preston who was a friend of ex-Beatle George Harrison. George met Keni at a time The Stairsteps were discussing a reunion album, and signed the group to his Dark Horse label.

Will Downing / Mica Paris
A wonderful choice from the Prof – A nice duet from a UK soul singer whos also worked in radio and television and has a new album coming out in June 2009, perhaps its available by the time you hear this show. The duet is sung with  an American singer-songwriter and producer and is a cover version of  a chart topper from a 1972 album by Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway.

In this week’s Bring It Back Section we have:

Acoustic Alchemy
Boney James

We finish with an awesome track with an african-Jazz-dance feel with a saxophonist and vibraphone player from Cameroon whose style includes the fusing jazz, funk and traditional Cameroonian music, its Manu Dibango

We hope you enjoyed the show this week and look forward to your love and feedback!

Best Regards

Dr Groove and Master Move

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