Name-dropping Spontaneous Groovin’ Combustion
On many of Spontaneous Groovin’ Combustion’s big airplay singles since 2019, founder/leader Warren A. Keller drew on his history as an NYC rocker, bringing his edgy sax-driven fire to the forefront.
On the group’s latest single – Name Dropper – so named because Keller admits he’s an “insufferable” one, he showcases his mellower side via a dreamy and heartfelt lead flute melody over an easygoing groove.
Fellow hitmaker, frequent collaborator and the song’s co-writer Blake Aaron ups the octane level, adding his trademark cracklin’ guitar and soulful fire, while Keller keeps an easy flowing chill vibe.
Speaking of dropping names, Darryl Williams and Tony Moore create a tight pocket as Tateng Katindig dazzles on piano (just saying).
Name Dropper is the eighth single by Spontaneous Groovin’ Combustion.
…host of the Just Jazz radio show, writer, and occasional voice over artist.