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Groove Collective's First Album

One of my all time favorites Jazz-Funk albums. I'll never forget stumbling onto to these guys at a restaurant with a club upstairs in downtown Philly (PA) back in the early '90's. I was just haning out one weekend and there it was on the door of the restaurant -- "Groove Collective here tonight". I said "Wow". I had there first album already so I new it was a must see perfromance. I was amazed at how talented these guys were - great performance. It was more proof that our generatation knows plenting about playing music. It been years but I would love to see these guys perform again - almost 20 years later!


Formed: 1990 in New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The acid jazz outfit Groove Collective was formed in downtown New York City in 1990 by flutist Richard Worth, DJ Smash, and rapper Nappy G, all three staples of a nomadic dance club called Giant Step. In time, the trio was joined by keyboardist Itaal Shur, drummer Gengi Siraisi, and bassist Jonathan Maron, earning a growing cult following and eventually attracting the attention of Steely Dan vibist Bill Ware, who soon signed on along with saxophonist Jay Rodriguez, trombonist Josh Roseman, trumpeter...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Dance, Bop, Electronic
  • Released: 1993

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