Lady G Quickie: On the Move

Not the same girl

 

Get your mind outta the gutter!

As the name indicates, Lady G is always, first and foremost, a lady πŸ˜‰

And so…

From time to time, I’d like to quickly share whatever I’m currently enjoying without going into full post mode.

You know how that is πŸ˜‰

Anyway, for all of my neo-soul, acid jazz, soul throw-back fans, this isΒ for you.

“We are on the move” by Zo! featuring Eric Robertson and PhontΓ©.

I love this groove!

The video is reminiscent of The Whispers during their heyday with S.O.L.A.R. (Sound of Los Angeles Records).

Shout out to California natives, Dave and Tareau over at TheCouchSports blog for doing their podcasting thing on I-Tunes!

AND

While I’m shouting out….

Big upΒ to K. E. Garland and her new book “The Unhappy Wife.”

They are on the move!

YAAASSSSS!

 

Video Credit: Β The Foreign Exchange

Eric Robertson doing that run and kick thingΒ is killing me!

DEAD!

Holler back in comments πŸ™‚

Enjoy your weekend my loves.

Lady G πŸ˜˜πŸ’‹

65 thoughts on “Lady G Quickie: On the Move

  1. Lmao I saw the title and was like … lemme find out?!?!! And then the first line cleared that up lol

    I will have to look into the music you mentioned. I like neo soul to the extent that it includes Musiq soulchild, and I have not branched much outside of that. I’ll let you know what I think of them!!

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    1. What’s up Bro Darryl? Always good to see you. I ain’t gonna lie, I started to worry that you had done started the revolution without meπŸ˜ƒ
      No seriously. I’m a huge lover of music so I’m open to anything you want to introduce me to. My preference is soul/R&B but I love rappers that can intelligently spit FIRE!
      Gotta have a good groove behind them too!

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        1. OF COURSE!!! Now you talking!
          My Mint Condition jams were:
          “Pretty Brown Eyes”
          and
          “You send me Swanging.”
          You need to check out blogger T. Wayne. He has a very nice collection of songs by Brian Culbertson.
          Darryl, you got GREAT taste in music.
          Not trying to be funny but that is unusual for my young’uns!
          You know, me and Darryl Walker, Sr prolly the same age! LOL!!!!!
          That’s why I be telling you to give him a break πŸ™‚

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        2. My family went to a Brian Culbertson concert 3 weeks ago. And we saw him in concert like 2 years ago. He was amazing both times. My girlfriend and my pops met him. He is great.

          My dad has great taste in music. He is a DJ. I come from a musical family. We seem to have very similar taste in music. I’ll let him know you are saving him lmao

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        3. My family : die-hard Prince fans. We also saw Prince live in Connecticut. Great show. I have heard all his stuff. Listening to his stuff now hurts me a bit. I see references to Darling Nikki lol.

          What you know about Sexy M.F. !!!?? Brian Culbertson did a cover of that song at his cover and I almost died lol

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        4. He absolutely killed it!
          LOL. Yeah my father has good taste in music, you know … papa don’t take no mess. I am looking forward to thanksgiving this year, I have been trying to slim down a bit, so I will be asking him to … pass the peas. =D

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  2. Nice one Twin! Love “We Are On The Move!”

    You may already know this, but Eric Roberson and Phonte have an album out that was just released a couple months ago. It’s called Tigallero (a combination of their nicknames). It’s good!

    Also, you might remember this post I did about Toto’s “Africa” that featured a cover from Zo! and Phonte (aka Tigallo): https://joyfulprocessblog.com/2016/05/23/i-know-that-i-must-do-whats-right/

    Thanks for leading me back here!

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    1. I do remember that post but I did not put the artists together. Seems like I would have recognized them because I’ve been knowing Eric R. for a minute. Kinda strange huh?
      Thanks for the info about their new album. I gotta check that out.

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  3. Here it is practically Wednesday and I am just now giving this a look-see. Love this, and thank you for bringing it back. HehHeh … I was kinda “What’d I just see?” with the kicking πŸ‘€ and was a bad girl (Y……..SSSSS!!) 😜 watching the video before reading your post and then had to laugh at you talking about it killing you all the way. Too funny. Thank God he wasn’t doing that in Softest Kiss. You have me all up into curling in with the gentleman Barry White now. Rest his soul.

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    1. Girl, you make my day πŸ™‚
      I’m glad you got a little joy from this post πŸ™‚
      I think I laughed all the way through the whole video.
      Barry White?
      YAAAASSSSSS!!!!

      Like

  4. Great tunes and damn, now I’m singing Gino…thanks for that, always a good song πŸ™‚ I wondered when I saw the title and said out loud WHAT? but yes, I expected some quick fun from the Great Lady G. Hi to the Little ones and have an awesome Sunday Sunday πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you Kim! I’m tickled that my title piqued your interest πŸ™‚
      As always, it’s good to ‘see’ you! You always bring more good vibes to the table πŸ™‚
      and Gino?
      YAAAAASSSSS
      the lil Italian Stallion πŸ™‚

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  5. Lady G! I needed this….That’s me doing that running and kick thing on Friday afternoons leaving the office….I’m going to be looking this up on Spotify, never heard the song before but I’m feelin’ it!

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    1. Girl, that’s what I’m here for! To give the people what they need! LOL!!!
      Just teasing gorgeous!
      I am so glad that you like this jam and I can just imagine you laughing and doing the run kick thing all the way home on Fridays πŸ™‚
      LOL!
      Glad you stopped by Lennon πŸ™‚

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  6. Call me crazy, Lady G but this groove reminded me so much of the late 70’s early 80’s sound. I could almost hear Bobby Caldwell’s, “What You Won’t Do For Love” and the Whispers “Rock Steady” which were 2 of my favs back in the day. This song is a bit more up tempo than Caldwell but the bass line was killer.

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    1. No ma’am I cannot call you crazy because you are right.
      Although the song is fairly current (2013-2014 I think) it was crafted to give off that late ’70’s early ’80’s vibe.
      I love the songs that you ‘heard’ in the groove. T. Wayne and I dig some Bobby Caldwell; especially “What you won’t do for love.” We also love anything by the Whispers. Whenever, I think of Bobby Caldwell, I also think of Gino Vannelli and “I just wanna stop.”
      and YAAASSSS, that bass is the business!

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      1. Dear Lord, Lady G! I haven’t thought of Mr. Vannelli since the 70’s! LOL. I always like being introduced to groups I haven’t met before. BTW, have you ever heard Go West’s take on Caldwell’s song? It is pretty faithful! Looking forward to your next groove. Now, I must get on the Grooveline with some Heatwave! πŸ˜‰

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        1. Girl, see you, me and T. Wayne are <<>> on that music thang!
          So….If you are not faint of heart, you need to go check out “My Jams” which is a series that I did that surveyed soul and r&b from years 1966-1996. Warning, I use tons of adult language and talk about a whole lot of controversial stuff. I think the series ended right before we connected. You can find it on my site in the category for Music under “My Jams.”
          I think you’ll love it πŸ™‚

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        1. I wish I could come up with a good excuse.
          But the facts is I just ain’t sat my butt down and went on and ordered it.
          But I will and I will tweet you so you can see what I done did when I done done itπŸ˜‚

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