Miles Davis collaborated with some funky cats in the 1980s to create some amazing Jazz Funk Fusion. I'm talking about cats like George Duke and Marcus Miller among others. The result was a very unusual Miles Davis album called Tutu. Here's a very cool live version of the title track. The guitarists on the video appear to be Pete Cosey and Reggie Lucas who also performed on Get Up With It. Miles Davis – Tutu…"Miles Davis – Tutu Live In Germany Jazz Funk Fusion"
Jesse Jones Scat Hop are what people in Miami are asking for. Jesse Jones Jr. is a Miami Jazz Hall of Fame inducted veteran. He’s well known in Miami and internationally as an amazing performer. Please enjoy this music from the work entitled “Scat Hop” by Jesse Jones Jr. and produced by yours truly, Funkmeister H. of Funkatology Records. Jesse Jones Scat Hop Please press the “Play” button to hear the track. SPECIAL LIMITED…"Jesse Jones Scat Hop Official"
Here’s a live recording of a concert by Latin Jazz Funk band Picante. Picante specialized in songs that featured funky latin grooves by anyone from Cal Tjader to Carlos Santana. They even did their own version of a Motown song or two, and an original self-titled song, Picante! The group featured Ann Arbor notables Dave Koether (Mixed Bag) on drums and percussion, Hugh Hitchcock on electric bass guitar, Reggie Smythe and conga and latin percussion,…"Live Latin Jazz Funk – Listen Now"