Nataly’s Corner brings you the music of Groove Collective: Although I’ve never seen them in action, I’m very inspired by what I do know about the infamous Alvin Ailey Dancers. And what better pictures to display with this track than those of the magnificent dancers flying through the air with the greatest of all ease.
Groove Collection [CG] is a contemporary jazz group formed in 1990 out of New York. The original members were keyboardist Itaal Shur, percussionist/MC Gordon "Nappy G" Clay, flutist Richard Worth, drummer Genji Siraisi, bassist Jonathan Maron, saxophonist Jay Rodriguez, percussionist Chris Theberge, trumpeter Fabio Morgera, Vibraphonist Bill Ware and trombonist Josh Roseman. The sounds of CG are representive of the group’s background with a mix of Afro-pop, Latin Jazz, and Hip Hop. Their discography includes 9 albums and they also scored two minor dance instrumental and adult contemporary hits in 1996. Over the years, some of the members [Shur, Worth, Ware, and Roseman] left the group and keyboardist, Barney McAll and trombonist, Curtis Fowlkes were added. In 2007, CG was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year for their album “People People Music Music”.
SONG: Lift Off
ARTIST: Groove Collective
ALBUM: We the People
ALBUM Available on Amazon.Com: http://www.amazon.com/We-The-People-Groove-Collective/dp/B000WGZ1N8
ALBUM Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/we-the-people/id333271
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