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Grover Washington Jr A Secret Place ( Full Album )
 
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I do not own the music or images. All rights go to their respective owners. ( Verve Music and the Washington family. ) Losing Grover was such a tragedy.......RIP brother. Track Listing 1. Secret Place 2.Dolphin Dance 8:14 3. Not Yet 4. Love Makes It Better
Views: 66018 Gabriel Frost
Grover Washington jr. -  A Secret Place [HQ]
 
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https://www.facebook.com/MusicPlaybyClaudinhoViana Orange Music Studio/OMS #24 Frames Filmes/2014 Rio de Janeiro/Brazil
Views: 47060 Claudinho Viana II
Grover Washington - A Secret Place - Full Album
 
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01 Secret Place 02 Dolphin Dance 03 Not Yet 04 Love Makes It Better
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GROVER WASHINGTON JR - a secret place
 
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ripped from my vinyl robertoliverocollection LP : A SECRET PLACE LABEL : KUDU - USA YEAR : 1976 TRACK : a1 album with : DAVID MATTHEWS, DAVE GRUSIN, RALPH MCDONALD... and other great musicians.....
Views: 6893 Roberto Olivero
Grover Washington Jr. - Not Yet
 
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Grover Washington, Jr. ‎– Not Yet Album: A Secret Place Released: 1976 Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul Style: Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Funk Arranged By – David Matthews Bass – Anthony Jackson Design [Album] – Rene Schumacher Drums – Harvey Mason Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder Guitar – Eric Gale Percussion – Ralph MacDonald Photography [Album] – Richard Alcorn Piano – Dave Grusin Producer – Creed Taylor Saxophone [Alto Sax] – Gerry Niewood Saxophone [Soprano And Tenor Sax] – Grover Washington Jr Trumpet – John Gatchell
Views: 932 AM FUNK
Grover Washington Jr A Secret Place ( Full Album )
 
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I do not own the music or images. All rights go to their respective owners. ( Verve Music and the Washington family. ) Losing Grover was such a tragedy...RIP . ripped from my vinyl robertoliverocollection LP : A SECRET PLACE LABEL : KUDU - USA YEAR : 1976 TRACK : a1 album with : DAVID MATTHEWS, DAVE . 1- Inside Moves 2- Dawn Song 3- Watching You Watching Me (Feat. Jon Lucien) 4- Secret Sounds 5- Jet Stream 6- When I Look At You (Feat. Jon Lucien) 7- .
Views: 475 Andres Thomas
Grover Washington Jr. (A Secret Place) By Isaac Crosslen
 
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Isaac Crosslen playing by the fireplace (A Secret Place) by Grover Washington Jr.. ASU Rams Student.
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Grover Washington Jr. - I Can't Help It
 
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"Skylarkin'" was Grover Washington Jr's final album on Motown, before moving to Elektra, being released in 1980, and featured this Stevie Wonder composition.
Views: 9168 jazzfunksoulfusion
The B SOUL Collective Grover Washington's "A Secret Place"
 
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The B SOUL Collective performs Grover Washington Jr.'s "A Secret Place" Featuring: Ku-umba Frank Lacy on trombone,flugel horn, percussion, Andrew Shantz on keys, Ras Josh David on bass, Lou Petto on drums, and Barry Rubin on percussion
Views: 1801 barryirub
Grover Washington, Jr  -  Just the Way You Are
 
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July 2, 1991 " Reed Seed " Album https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/reed-seed/id325677977 http://www.allmusic.com/album/reed-seed-mw0000691813 http://www.amazon.com/Reed-Seed-Grover-Washington-Jr/dp/B000008CIU Reed Seed was Grover Washington, Jr.'s final album for Kudu/Motown. It was also one of two recordings his issued in 1978 -- the other is the stone-killer live set Live at the Bijou. While the saxophonist had been experimenting with funk since 1971's Inner City Blues, by 1975's breakthrough recordings Mister Magic and Feels So Good, he'd perfected his groove. His appeal to fans of more radio-friendly material was ready: he had stellar grooves, very polished production, and accessible arrangements -- not too mention his stellar emotive attack on any saxophone he chose to play. Many straight-ahead jazz fans dug Washington's sound as well because of his technical facility on his instruments. Reed Seed, like its immediate studio predecessor Secret Place is a transition album from jazz-funk to what would become contemporary or, if you will, smooth jazz. That said, it is no less compelling than Mister Magic or Feels So Good. It follows those recordings in formula, beginning with the solidly funky "Do Dat," written by sidemen John Blake (keyboards and violin) and Leonard "Doc" Gibbs (percussion, vocals). Kicking it with a popping, repetitive bassline, Washington's tenor enters on the melody amid handclaps and the sounds of a backing chorus (provided by Rita & Lita Boggs). Containing a killer bass solo and bridge, it's a perfect length at 4:27 to be a single, and it was. This is followed by the uptown groover "Step "n" Thru," introduced by Blake's violin and synths, as well as nice guitar work from Richard Lee Steacker (the track's author). But the real prize is a smoking soprano solo from Washington as the tempo begins to move. The title track is a feature for Blake's violin to shine along with killer bass and percussion work, with Grover's soprano being intentionally restrained to providing its own sense of lyrical groove. There's a very fine cover of Billy Joel's "Just the Way You Are," and "Santa Cruzin'" sets the template for the direction he would follow in the future. It's a midtempo stepper with lithe funk and lots of acoustic piano and a very simple, direct melody that focuses on atmosphere as much as lyricism. The album's final number, "Loran's Dance," is a nocturnal one with Washington overdubbing his saxophone lines (alto and tenor); it develops on a Spanish-tinged theme, and the Rhodes work by Blake is exceptional. When Washington begins to solo, the atmosphere and textures are abundant yet full of space and dimension. It's sexy as hell. Reed Seed was a fitting way for Washington to leave the Kudu/Motown stable; it's a high-quality, wonderfully memorable set of mid- and uptempo funky jazz from a master. In addition, while the charts may not support this assertion, it is, along with his other records for these imprints and CTI before them, arguably the best and most consistent string of albums he ever recorded, as well as the platform that launched him into superstardom first with Elektra and then with Columbia. [Verve reissued this on CD in 2009 as part of their excellent "Originals" series.] by Thom Jurek
Views: 20801 Ram Kyo
Grover Washington, Jr.  Mister Magic
 
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Old school is definitely in da house with this classic from 1976. To you young folks out there on Youtube, this is what excellent music is ALL about!!
Views: 8532130 T.L. Davis
grover washington a secret place side 1 import vinyl transfer
 
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1. A Secret Place 2. Dolphin Dance German vinyl (Bellaphon records 230 15 034) turntable: PIONEER PL-1150, NEEDLE: AUDIO TECHNICA AT95E -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 897 Peter Tietjen
Grover Washington, Jr. - Take Five
 
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Grover Washington, Jr. - Take Five
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Secret place
 
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Views: 23 Zach McDannel
Grover Washington Jr. - In Concert (1981)
 
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THE MUSICIANS: Grover Washington, Jr., tenor, alto & soprano sax Richard Tee, piano Eric Gale, guitar Steve Gadd, drums Ralph McDonald, percussion Anthony Jackson, bass Paul Griffin, synthesizer Zack Sanders, vocal THE TUNES: Winelight LET IT FLOW (for Dr. J) ON THE DARK SIDE (No. 5) MAKE ME A MEMORY (Sad Samba) JUST THE TWO OF US MISTER MAGIC Recorded on June 27, 1981 at The Schubert Theatre in Philadelphia, Pa.
Views: 486456 PatrickSwayzeable
The place Washington
 
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For you guys
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Grover Washington Jr - Secret Sounds (Elektra Records 1984)
 
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Grover Washington, Jr. (December 12, 1943 -- December 17, 1999) was an American jazz-funk / soul-jazz saxophonist. Along with George Benson, John Klemmer, David Sanborn, Bob James, Chuck Mangione, Herb Alpert, and Spyro Gyra, he is considered by many to be one of the founders of the smooth jazz genre.[citation needed] He wrote some of his material and later became an arranger and producer. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Washington made some of the genre's most memorable hits, including "Mister Magic," "Reed Seed," "Black Frost," "Winelight," "Inner City Blues" and "The Best is Yet to Come". In addition, he performed very frequently with other artists, including Bill Withers on "Just the Two of Us" (still in regular rotation on radio today), Patti LaBelle on "The Best Is Yet to Come" and Phyllis Hyman on "A Sacred Kind of Love". He is also remembered for his take on the Dave Brubeck classic "Take Five", and for his 1996 version of "Soulful Strut". Washington had a preference for black nickel-plated saxophones made by Julius Keilwerth. These included a SX90R alto and SX90R tenor. He also played Selmer Mark VI alto in the early years. His main soprano was a black nickel plated H.Couf Superba II (also built by Keilwerth for Herbert Couf) and a Keilwerth SX90 in the last years of his life. On December 17, 1999, five days after his 56th birthday, Washington collapsed while waiting in the green room after performing four songs for The Saturday Early Show, at CBS Studios in New York City. He was taken to St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at about 7:30 pm. His doctors determined that he had suffered a massive heart attack. He is buried in West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Views: 5378 MyRhythmNSoulTV
Grover Washington jr Hydra
 
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a lightly restored recording of a LP from the album feels so good out of 1975
Views: 32327 Keshi Wipertus
grover washington a secret place side 2 german import vinyl transfer
 
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1. not yet 2. love makes it better German vinyl (Bellaphon records 230 15 034) turntable: PIONEER PL-1150, NEEDLE: AUDIO TECHNICA AT95E -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 347 Peter Tietjen
Grover Washington, Jr. - Mister Magic (Full Album) [1975, Jazz/Funk]
 
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I do not own the rights of this music. Tracklist: 00:00 Earth Tones 12:24 Passion Flower 18:00 Mr Magic 27:02 Black Frost
Views: 43995 music is cool i guess
Grover Washington Jr. Loran's Dance "1978" Smooth Jazz  R&B
 
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Reed Seed, like its immediate studio predecessor Secret Place is a transition album from jazz-funk to what would become contemporary or, if you will, smooth jazz. That said, it is no less compelling than Mister Magic or Feels So Good. It follows those recordings in formula, beginning with the solidly funky "Do Dat," written by sidemen John Blake (keyboards and violin) and Leonard "Doc" Gibbs (percussion, vocals). Kicking it with a popping, repetitive bassline, Washington's tenor enters on the melody amid handclaps and the sounds of a backing chorus (provided by Rita & Lita Boggs). Containing a killer bass solo and bridge, it's a perfect length at 4:27 to be a single, and it was. This is followed by the uptown groover "Step "n" Thru," introduced by Blake's violin and synths, as well as nice guitar work from Richard Lee Steacker (the track's author). But the real prize is a smoking soprano solo from Washington as the tempo begins to move. The title track is a feature for Blake's violin to shine along with killer bass and percussion work, with Grover's soprano being intentionally restrained to providing its own sense of lyrical groove. There's a very fine cover of Billy Joel's "Just the Way You Are," and "Santa Cruzin'" sets the template for the direction he would follow in the future. It's a midtempo stepper with lithe funk and lots of acoustic piano and a very simple, direct melody that focuses on atmosphere as much as lyricism. The album's final number, "Loran's Dance," is a nocturnal one with Washington overdubbing his saxophone lines (alto and tenor); it develops on a Spanish-tinged theme, and the Rhodes work by Blake is exceptional. When Washington begins to solo, the atm "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
Views: 35736 2chann
Grover Washington, Jr - Masterpiece
 
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Lp "Soul Box vol.1" 1973 http://messagefromasoulbrother.blogspot.fr/
Views: 81927 VizZzDeuH
Mr. Magic - Grover Washington Jr. HD
 
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"Mister Magic" is a classic song and album by the late jazz saxophonist Grover Washington Jr., released in February 1975. The album topped both the soul and jazz albums chart and peaked at number ten on the pop chart. Please click the "like" and "subscribe" button if you like the song and video.
Views: 1391 classicsongs
Grover Washington Jr. - Secret Sounds
 
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Grover Washington Jr. - Secret Sounds
Views: 6301 dassmyjoint
Grover Washington Jr. - Mister Magic [HQ]
 
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https://www.facebook.com/MusicPlaybyClaudinhoViana Orange Music Studio/OMS #24 Frames Filmes/2014 Rio de Janeiro/Brazil
Views: 7932 Claudinho Viana II
Grover Washington Jr  All My Tomorrows ( Full Album )
 
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I do not own the music or images. All rights go to their respective owners. ( Sony Music and the Washington family. ) RIP Grover....you are missed. Track Listing 1. E Preciso Perdoar ( One Must Forgive ) 2. When I Fall in Love 3. I'm Glad There Is You 4. Happenstance 5. All My Tomorrows 6. Nature Boy 7. Please Send Me Someone to Love 8. Overjoyed 9. Flamingo 10. For Heaven's Sake 11. Estate ("Ess-Tah-Tay") (In Summer)
Views: 77350 Gabriel Frost
Grover Washington Jr -  Prime Cuts -  The Greatest Hits 1987 1999 -Best Of Jazz  SonGs
 
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01 Grover Washington, Jr. - Take Five (Take Another Five) 02 Grover Washington, Jr. - Sacred Kind of Love 03 Grover Washington, Jr. - Only For You (Siempre Para Ti Sere) 04 Grover Washington, Jr. - Please Send Me Someone to Love 05 Grover Washington, Jr. - Strawberry Moon 06 Grover Washington, Jr. - Summer Nights 07 Grover Washington, Jr. - Heat Index 08 Grover Washington, Jr. - Next Exit 09 Grover Washington, Jr. - Blues For DP 10 Grover Washington, Jr. - Soulful Strut (The Top Down Version) 11 Grover Washington, Jr. - The Love in His Infant Eyes 12 Grover Washington, Jr. - The Night Fantastic 13 Grover Washington, Jr. - Protect the Dream ---- Grover Washington Jr Best songs - Grover Washington Jr Greatest Hits
Views: 9023 lx1tuoi
Grover Washington Jr   Soulful Sax (Full Album)
 
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I do not own the music or image. All rights go to their respective owners. ( The Washington Estate and SME) Track Listing: 1. Soulful Strut 2. Strawberry Moon 3. Summer Nights 4. Nice-N-Easy 5. E Preciso Perdoar 6. Monte Carlo Nights - Grover Washington, Jr. feat. Jean Carne 7. Stella By Starlight 8. Only for You (Siempre para Ti Sere) 9. Fly Away 10. Play That Groove for Me
Views: 42730 Gabriel Frost
grover washington jr winelight (1980)
 
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Grover Washington, Jr. (December 12, 1943 – December 17, 1999)[1] was an American jazz-funk / soul-jazz saxophonist. Along with George Benson, John Klemmer, David Sanborn, Bob James, Chuck Mangione, Herb Alpert, and Spyro Gyra, he is considered by many to be one of the founders of the smooth jazz genre.[citation needed] He wrote some of his material and later became an arranger and producer. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Washington made some of the genre's most memorable hits, including "Mister Magic," "Reed Seed," "Black Frost," "Winelight," "Inner City Blues" and "The Best is Yet to Come". In addition, he performed very frequently with other artists, including Bill Withers on "Just the Two of Us" (still in regular rotation on radio today), Patti LaBelle on "The Best Is Yet to Come" and Phyllis Hyman on "A Sacred Kind of Love". He is also remembered for his take on the Dave Brubeck classic "Take Five", and for his 1996 version of "Soulful Strut". Washington had a preference for black nickel-plated saxophones made by Julius Keilwerth. These included a SX90R alto and SX90R tenor. He also played Selmer Mark VI alto in the early years. His main soprano was a black nickel plated H.Couf Superba II (also built by Keilwerth for Herbert Couf) and a Keilwerth SX90 in the last years of his life. I dont own the copywrights to this music it is owned by its perspective owners
Views: 22512 jazzaman147
E Preciso Perdor- Grover Washington Jr
 
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This is my second vid to all the jazz fans out in Youtubeland. Hope you enjoy If there is any copyright issues please contact me personally and I will remove the video.
Views: 43998 BDavinci06
Grover Washington, Jr - Inner City Blues
 
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Album: Inner City Blues Year: 1972 *NOTE: I'm not out to harm the record sales of companies by posting videos of their label's music or anything of that nature. I do not own this track.
Grover Washington Jr. - It Feels So Good - 1975
 
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a lightly restored recording of a LP from the album feels so good out of 1975. Recorded live at Diane's in Brown Deer, Wisconsin October 3, 1976 Bobby Gee - Drums, Russ Jones - Guitar, John Palmer - Guitar, Keith Tucker - Bass, Sandy . My mom used to play this album all the time when I was a kid so I got the album & sampled my favorite cut from it and came up with this.
Views: 3139 Luann Payne
Grover Washington Jr. - Let It Flow (for ''Dr. J.'')
 
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June 27, 1981, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Grover Washington Jr.(ss,as&ts), Richard Tee(key), Ralph MacDonald(perc), Paul Griffin(synth), Eric Gale(g), Anthony Jackson(b), Steve Gadd(ds)
Views: 316109 marks6338
Grover Washington Jr - Jet Stream (Elektra Records 1984)
 
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Grover Washington, Jr. (December 12, 1943 -- December 17, 1999) was an American jazz-funk / soul-jazz saxophonist. Along with George Benson, John Klemmer, David Sanborn, Bob James, Chuck Mangione, Herb Alpert, and Spyro Gyra, he is considered by many to be one of the founders of the smooth jazz genre.[citation needed] He wrote some of his material and later became an arranger and producer. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Washington made some of the genre's most memorable hits, including "Mister Magic," "Reed Seed," "Black Frost," "Winelight," "Inner City Blues" and "The Best is Yet to Come". In addition, he performed very frequently with other artists, including Bill Withers on "Just the Two of Us" (still in regular rotation on radio today), Patti LaBelle on "The Best Is Yet to Come" and Phyllis Hyman on "A Sacred Kind of Love". He is also remembered for his take on the Dave Brubeck classic "Take Five", and for his 1996 version of "Soulful Strut". Washington had a preference for black nickel-plated saxophones made by Julius Keilwerth. These included a SX90R alto and SX90R tenor. He also played Selmer Mark VI alto in the early years. His main soprano was a black nickel plated H.Couf Superba II (also built by Keilwerth for Herbert Couf) and a Keilwerth SX90 in the last years of his life. On December 17, 1999, five days after his 56th birthday, Washington collapsed while waiting in the green room after performing four songs for The Saturday Early Show, at CBS Studios in New York City. He was taken to St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at about 7:30 pm. His doctors determined that he had suffered a massive heart attack. He is buried in West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Backing Vocals are by Lani Groves, Maeretha Stewart, Yvonne Lewis.
Views: 27125 MyRhythmNSoulTV
Grover Washington, Jr  - Time Out Of Mind (Full Album, 1989)
 
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1- Jamaica 2- Gramercy Park 3- Sakred Kind Of Love 4- Brand New Age 5- Fly Away 6- Don't Take Your Love From Me 7- Time Out Of Mind 8- Split Second (Act II, The Bar Scene) 9- Nice- N- Easy 10- Unspoken Love 11- Protect The Dream
Views: 25378 ThePablorecords II
Grover Washington – A House Full Of Love  - Full Album
 
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01 Resthatherian 02 Camille 03 Love In It’s Proper Place 04 Poppin’ 05 Kitchen Jazz 06 Clair 07 The Huxtable Kids 08 Outstretched Hands 09 Look At This 10 A House Full Of Love
Views: 480 jasaf
Grover Washington Jr "Fly Away"
 
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Infinite Possibilities featuring Saxophonist Grover Washington Jr
Grover Washington Jr. - Come Morning
 
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June 27, 1981, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Grover Washington Jr.(ss,as&ts), Richard Tee(key), Ralph MacDonald(perc), Paul Griffin(synth), Eric Gale(g), Anthony Jackson(b), Steve Gadd(ds)
Views: 135775 marks6338
Grover Washington jr - Hydra
 
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Great groove on this track from the ever popular Feels So Good set on Motown
Views: 380846 hamishblues
Grover Washington Jr. - Loran's Dance
 
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Grover Washington Jr. - Reed Seed Label: Motown - M7-910R1 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: 1978 Genre: Funk / Soul, Jazz Style: Soul-Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Funk
Views: 43714 jdj
Grover Washington Jr.  - Mister Magic
 
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"Mister Magic" is the title track from the 1975 LP, released on the Kudu Records label. No copyright infringement intended. All copyrights belong to their original owners. Musical Videos and accompanying photos posted on this Channel are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduced solely for the listening pleasure of true music lovers.
Grover Washington Jr. "In The Name Of Love"
 
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Grover Washington Jr. "In The Name Of Love"
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Grover Washington Jr. - Let It Flow (For Dr. J)
 
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Uploaded by BDCOXII (Benny Cox)
Views: 70372 BD COXII
Grover Washington Jr : On the Cusp
 
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Enjoy!
Views: 18218 winelight1
Sausalito - Grover Washington Jr
 
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Jazz, Philly style!
Views: 36104 James Murphy
Grover Washington, Jr. - Take Me There
 
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GROVER WASHINGTON, JR. - TAKE ME THERE Album: WINELIGHT Released: 1982
Views: 39638 Leon Campana