Emmie - Roy Ayers - Daddy Bug (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. This album of vibist Roy Ayers was recorded in for Atlantic Records and produced by label mate Herbie Mann, a popular artist for Atlantic. Jazz seemed at a crossroad at the time. It was fighting for survival-and relevance. Miles Davis pointed a way for the future with his fusion LPs.
  2. Review: Following the well-received reissued albums Love Fantasy, Let's Do It, Fever and, more recently, Africa, Centre Of The World, Polydor are reissuing this exceptional 12" that was only ever pressed for DJ promotion in Featuring two of Ayers most outstanding cuts, it sings with timeless soul and funk. For the rare-groove aficionados it's all about "Love Will Bring Us Back .
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  5. 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.
  6. Daddy Bug, an Album by Roy Ayers. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz.
  7. Daddy Bug, Bonita & Native Dancer were recorded at A & R Studios, New York, N.Y. on May 12, I Love You Michelle was recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, N.Y. on March 11, Slow Motion was recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound, Muscle Shoals, Alabama on December 11,
  8. Description Roy Ayers Daddy Bug On Vinyl LP Mid's compilation of Roy Ayers' earlier jazz recordings for Atlantic. Joe Henderson, Charles Tolliver, Herbie Hancock and Reggie Workman join Ayers here on a set highlighted by the tracks " Slow Motion," " Native Dancer " and the long version of " Daddy Bug.".
  9. Roy Ayers • Daddy Bug Review by Scott Yanow. During , vibraphonist Roy Ayers (a few years before he turned to disco music) recorded three excellent albums for Atlantic. This LP has selections from two of the records, plus a pair of selections ("In the Limelight" and "Virgo Vibes" that were previously unreleased.

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