Look what the dog done drug in…… Mr. Bigs Ronald Isley. And he is on the loose scooping up young Tenders and taking them on dates and shit. Damn it must be the good life living as Mr. Big, don’t we all want to take young 20 year old ladies on dates when we are pushing 70?
A Bilal album is about as rare as seeing a new Sade album on the racks. Dude only dropped 3 albums in like 30 years or something. But his testament to greatness was probably on an album that never was released, Love For Sale. Thanks to my download spot I was able to snatch that one up. And because of people like me, he ended up shelving the classic guaranteeing that some of you will never hear the jewelz. I was wrong Moguls,I shouldn’t have contributed to illegal downloading. And I promise that if it ever was to happen again, I will probably be wrong again. But Bilal made it up to you with A Love Surreal. If you have not heard the album go COP it Moguls. He won’t let you down. It goes nicely with Love For Sale if you ever can find it.
Yes Bill Cosby was always cool. Most of us may simply remember him for his sweaters, pudding pops, and dance moves. But the man was cool before he was the Brown Hornet. This track epitomizes his coolness. Bill Cosby Presents Badfoot Brown & The Bunions Bradford Funeral & Marching Band was an instrumental jazz album presented in the vain of Bitches Brew, Martin’s Funeral was one of the two tracks on the album.
This song starts off with a nice piano groove that eventually turns into a spaced out field trip before the band brings it back. Smoothness. This is the perfect way to start your week.
Al Green knew how to get in a zone and perform live. In this 1978 clip, Al gets out while singing Belle.