Groovy, Sexy & Soulful Part 60 Lazy Weekend Edition

Enjoy your lazy weekend with Groovy, sexy and soulful part 60!

Donald "Don" Blackman (September 1, 1953 – April 11, 2013) was an American jazz-funk pianist, singer, and songwriter. He was born and raised in Jamaica, Queens, NY. A childhood neighbor was Charles McPherson, and while still a teenager he played in McPherson's ensemble with Sam Jones and Louis Hayes. At the beginning of the 1970s, he played with Parliament/Funkadelic, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Roy Ayers, before becoming a member of Lenny White's group Twennynine, for whom he penned songs such as "Peanut Butter" and "Morning Sunrise". He released his self-titled debut solo album in 1982 on Arista Records, including the songs "Holding You, Loving You", "Heart's Desire" and "Since You've Been Away So Long" that became minor hits in Europe.


Ian Wilson – Four In The Morning [Goodking Edit] (1985)
Flamingosis – Getting Close To You (2016)
Will Downing – Never Say No To You (2015)
Maysa – Heavenly Voices (2015)
Don Blackman – Holding You, Loving You (1982)
Trombone Shorty ‎– Long Weekend (2013)
Mark Capanni ‎– I Believe In Miracles (1974)
Madelaine – Who Is She And What Is She To You (1978)
Debra Laws – Very Special (1981)
Brenda Russell – It's A Jazz Day (2003)
Valentine Brothers – King Size Bed (1979)
Young Gun Silver Fox – Saturday (2015)
Addrisi Brothers – We’ve Got To Get It On Again (1972)
Izzy Bizu – White Tiger (2015)
Vanilla – Swept Away (2015)
Chicago – Saturday In The Park (1972)


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