Vibrations: This is probably the most low key tune on the whole album, and I can get down with that. It's nice to finally hear the vibes in the forefront, given that that is Roy's main game. I like that the vibes and horns are paralleling one another, it gives the melody a nice weight. Diggin the female that comes in just for some "good vibration" vocal lines - sounds like she's just doin her own thing and havin a good time with it. Sweet vibes solo. Nothing crazy about this tune, but it's still a solid mellow groove, so I dig it.
Moving, Grooving: It would have been funny if this were a mellow tune, but obviously with this title it wasn't going to be. I'm all about this super up tempo groove. Yes, Roy, I would like to move and groove. Definitely some funky stuff goin on here. Horns are super tight on this, which is always a plus for groovin tunes. Percussion is great. Dig the male/female vocal lines. It sounds like everyone's jammin and having a good time, and I am right there with them. I think it fades out too fast, but that's about it for the criticism. To quote the tune, "I just feel like groovin!"
Baby You Give Me a Feeling: Mmmm, I can get down with this. Love the simplicity and space in this groove - so cool. I like that hits are slightly behind the beat - that's always a funky touch. Dig that the synth and bass are paralleled - it really holds the groove down. Are those strings or just a synth? I can't really tell. Whatever, they are a great minimal aspect that help a lot with the beat. There is no reason this groove should be as short as it is - I WANT MORE! Groovin way to end the album.