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The Groove

This show is dedicated to The Groove. Does anyone signify The Groove better than Tower of Power and James Brown? I don't think so. That is followed by a classic (but dated) sound of Jimmy McGriff. The rendition of All Blues here is one of the more soulful versions of the Miles Davis composition you'll hear. Next up is a set featuring Victor Wooten, a bassist that can can display pyrotechnic chops yet never losing that groove. From their we go to a Far Eastern influenced groove of Mynta, Fareed Haque, and Connecticut's own Noah Baerman. We keep it local with a Hartford area guitarist Frank Varela and Mystery Feet.

Featured Album
Palmystery on amazon.com        Book - The Music Lesson by Victor Wooten.

Track ~ Artist ~ Album
So I Got the Groove ~ Tower of Power ~ Soul Vaccination
Licking Stick ~ James Brown ~ Star Time
Canadian Sunset ~ Jimmy McGriff ~ Groove Grease
All Blues ~ Hank Crawford and Jimmy McGriff ~ Blues Groove
The Lesson ~ Victor Wooten ~ Palmystery
Left, Right and Center ~ Victor Wooten ~ Palmystery
The Grapevine ~ Prasanna ~ Be the Change
First Summer ~ Mynta ~ First Summer
The Chant ~ Fareed Haque + The Flat Planet Ensemble ~ Flat Planet
Satyagrahi ~ Noah Baerman ~ Soul Force
Ganja Groove ~ Mystery Feet ~ Upstream

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