Welcome to Episode 6-10, i.e: Season 6 Episode 10 of the Smooth Groovers Review.
We introduce the show with a blast from the past – i.e: from the soundrack CD of the 1977 film “The Spy Who Loved Me”. We suggest you check out Marvin Hamlisch’s site for more information about the composer.
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THE FRESH VIBE segment features:
Mowtown Moe, with, ‘Streets Of Love’
This week’s PICK ‘N’ MIX SEGMNENT features The Stylistics
In the REVISTED SEGMENT we feature:
Vibraphonic from the CD Vibraphonic 2 – Learn more about this great band here.
On Monday we learnt the sad news of the passing of Andrew Gold – was best known for his 1977 hit ‘Lonely Boy’ and 1978’s ‘Thank You For Being A Friend’, the later became the theme for the hit TV series The Golden Girls that ran from 1985-1992. Here is our tribute.
Ralph Macdonald from his 1979 album entitled Counterpoint
Last week we also saw the passing away of another beloved musician – Gil Scott-Heron. In terms of the impact of his death: Public Enemy’s Chuck D stated “RIP GSH…and we do what we do and how we do because of you.” on his Twitter account. His UK publisher, Jamie Byng, called him “one of the most inspiring people I’ve ever met”. On hearing of the death, R&B singer Usher stated “I just learned of the loss of a very important poet…R.I.P., Gil Scott-Heron. The revolution will be live!!” Here is our tribute to him.
We close the show with the wonderful George Benson from his 1986 album entitled, ‘While the City Sleeps’.
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Dr Groove and Master Move