in Classic Rock Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic September 24, 2009, 4:26 pm 1.7k Views 36 Comments 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!! Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic source GroverMagicMisterWashington See more Previous article Tony Iommi & Phil Anselmo – Time is Mine Next article Frumpy – Take Care Of Illusion 36 Comments Leave a Reply loko! Reply Dad had this on 8 track… Whose hip to 8 track? Reply Big Johnny Guitar Watson done a cover of this song Give it a wee checking out ! Reply my kind of music jazzfunk great. Reply The jazz band played this song at my daughters high school graduation. 🙌🏽 great blast from my past. Albert Einstein High School Kensington MD represent! Reply why you spit water on me Reply I was just gonna listen to a little bit but I couldn't turn it off! Thank you Mr. Washington! Reply This song reminds me of when your taking a walk on a beautiful sunny day with the perfect temp and the wind gently blowing over your body! #Priceless Reply Awesome Awesome Music… Just love Love Love this tune.. No words for it… Mmmm Reply 2019 still loving and playing this Top Tunnnnne ❤️ Reply Soul for Real had used this beat in Candy Rain remix Reply Very big jazz-funk pirate stations tune in London early-mid 1980s. Reply Everything old is new again. Love the Amy Winehouse version…which led me here. Reply thundercat made an homage to this album on his cover art. Reply Grover F'ing Washington Main Reply Timeless ageless classic . Reply Philly Jazz Master – In da HOUSE! Reply huh Reply "Mr. Magic " cast his spell back in 76 I think and I'm still spellbound in 2019. Reply Hermosa composición :") Reply Grover washington Jr 2 0 1 9 Reply This was played on 101.5 KGB FM in San Diego at least once, possibly by Linda McInnes; it was definitely a female DJ. You won't believe it but it's a true story. I was double checking my dial like ??? Did they change the programming? Reply Favorite part is last minute with full horn section Reply local rock station played this once on a lark and never played it again. I didn't catch the title. I've finally found you after 7 years. Reply oh yea play on DAT JAZZ Reply What y'all know bout platform shoes ? Reply Grover was one of the muzos that inspired all the music makers in my family thank you for the music Reply This was uploaded on my 7th bday Reply For me it was hard to choose between this jam and Ronnie Laws doing Always There. Music to cross deserts to…..chasing evil men. Music kept our edge….reminded us of the world and getting back to it. Reply Fusion or is of Jazz and Blues.. or is it both Reply Grover's guitarist is the best. Davis is I think his name is. Sorry, I believe he has passed away. This song always will remain, RIP Reply I grew an afro just by listening to this. Reply Oh man this is great Reply One of the best songA lot of covers of ithttps://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mister+magic Reply Tune. Reply ! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!