The saga / struggle continues or I could say life goes on; excuse us, as we drop the sound; we've got the funky drummer drumming..
The saga / struggle continues as the toil and strife goes on another level, taken to the bridge by another devil? but the brotha Talib Kweli mentioned a Beautiful Struggle...
Avoiding the O-Jay's Backstabber with the knife going on a rampage like it's the London Bridge, or cats with the heavier artillery at US Naval Bases in Hawaii and Florida; so what it do?
Not devoid of funk, O-Dizzle plays some of this classic jazz funk / soul jazz from Shakatak with a track called If You Could See Me Now..
Filling the void? that's the dizzle as plans fall apart / fizzle but blessings from the Lord brought as back; told naysayers, "If You Could See Me Now"
Filling the void? Oh Yes!! Monday motivation is provided as we continue to ride for it; what? freedom!!
Check out the players and the good music playing, O-Dog Day Partying and a Sunday Jazz continuation!!
- Bass, Backing Vocals – George Anderson
- Drums, Percussion – Roger Odell
- Guitar – Keith Winter
- Keyboards – Bill Sharpe
- Percussion – Simon Morton
- Producer – Nigel Wright
- Saxophone – Martin Dobson
- Trumpet – Stuart Brookes
- Vocals – Gill Saward, Norma Lewis