Category: Soul

Melody Maker - Roy Ayers - Lets Do It (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  2. LP, Vinyl record album (Blue vinyl pressing, including the poster.) 3. to vocals that has male and female voices interacting and counterbalancing in a similar style to that heard on some of Roy Ayers' best work from the early 70s. Clinton's begun introducing a lot of elements of Funkadelic into the group – but the tracks are still short.
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  4. ROY AYERS Vinyl Records and CDs This superb vibraphonist crafted a winning mix of soul, world music and jazz that rode high on the jazz and R&B charts throughout the s and '80s. Roy Ayers started out as a solid hard bop musician, but he quickly upped the soul and disco elements of his sound, and his sophisticated music became an uptown pop.
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  6. *Condition 커버 / 음반: NM / NM Label: Polydor ‎– PD Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: Genre: Funk / Soul Style: Jazz-Funk, Disco Tracklist Hide Credits A1 Let's Do It Lead Vocals – Roy Ayers Written-By – Roy Ayers, William Allen A2 Melody Maker Lead Vocals – Roy Ayers Written-By – William Allen A3 When Is Real Real?
  7. Roy Ayers ‎– Let's Do It. Lead Vocals –Roy Ayers Written-By –Roy Ayers ROY AYERS - LET'S DO IT LP USA PRESS JAZZ SOUL FUNK POLYDOR PD VG+ | eBay Lead Vocals –Roy Ayers Written-By –Roy Ayers,William Allen
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  9. Aug 11,  · Roy Ayers ‘Running Away’ 12″ (Polydor, ) Listen / Buy. Lifeline, the last album to be credited to Roy Ayers Ubiquity, came close to signalling the point where a potential late ’70s creative slump threatened to set in. But as luck would have it, it also gave us possibly his best single of the decade’s second half, and easily one of.