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  1. Jun 08,  · by Pig's Vinyl Emporium. Boogaloo Joe Jones - Things ain't what they used to be by sakiskom2. Ivan "Boogaloo Joe" Jones - "Sweetback" Boogaloo Joe Jones - I Feel The Earth Move.
  2. Joe Boogaloo Jones - Boogaloo Joe Jones - moustunousapesiliramblylolaran.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content # in Soul-Jazz & Boogaloo (CDs & Vinyl) #55 in Acid Jazz (CDs & Vinyl) Would you like to tell us about a lower price? "I Feel the Earth Move" could have been omitted, for example contains the albums "No Way" and "What it Is", originally released on /5(9).
  3. FIND EXCLUSIVELY AT A LOCAL RECORD STORE Details The newest installment in the ongoing Jazz Dispensary series features a mind-expanding collection of rare and funky tracks from the ’60s and ’70s, culled from the Prestige Records catalog by guest curator Doyle Davis, co-owner of Grimey’s Records in Nashville, TN. Jazz Dispensary: The Dank D-Funk Blend offers the highest-quality experience.
  4. Other highlights include a scorching cover of Carole King ’s “ I Feel the Earth Move” from Boogaloo Joe Jones and the chilled-out “ Song for My Father ” by organist Richard “Groove” Holmes. The package featuresan original cover design by Argentinian artist Mariano Peccinetti in an embossed sleeve.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Boogaloo Joe Jones* - I Feel The Earth Move at Discogs. Complete your Boogaloo Joe Jones* collection/5(3).
  6. Washington's tracks with guitarist Boogaloo Joe Jones, including an impassioned reading of Carole King's "I Feel the Earth Move," are equally impressive. On the uptempo blues "No Way" and the live rendition of Benny Golson's "Killer Joe," Grover Washington Jr. proudly displays his jazz heritage/5(2).
  7. Other highlights include a scorching cover of Carole King’s ‘I Feel the Earth Move’ from Boogaloo Joe Jones and the chilled-out ‘Song for My Father’ by organist Richard “Groove” Holmes.
  8. Butch Cornell music CDs Washington's tracks with guitarist Boogaloo Joe Jones, including an impassioned reading of Carole King's "I Feel the Earth Move," are equally impressive. His fine and fiery solo work with organists Charles Earland, Johnny "Hammond" Smith, and Leon Spencer highlight the saxophonist's deep debt to Gene Ammons and Coleman Hawkins.
  9. Joe Jones discography and songs: Music profile for Joe Jones, born 1 November Genres: Soul Jazz. Albums include Right on Brother, Sweetback, and Mod Jazz.

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