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9 thoughts on “ The Boogie Back - Roy Ayers - For Cåfe Aprés-midi (CD)

  1. Boogie and Disco re works label and DJ Collective, profiling tracks from many big hitters in the scene. Established in we have had several vinyl and digital releases so far and had great responses to forthcoming tracks planned for and beyond.
  2. Roy Ayers' "Our Love Will Bring Us Back Together" is teased out into sinewy, high-end boogie and BB&Q's "Imagination" home is improved, getting rebuilt into lasered robot funk. Crown Heights Affair also get two hip swaying brassy tracks featured here, rounding off the euphoric party vibes in style.
  3. In February , Roy Ayers performed four sold out shows in Los Angeles as part of the Jazz Is Dead Black History Month series. It wasn’t until that fans of Ayers discovered that in addition to those shows, the legendary vibraphone player had also recorded an entire album of new material with Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad.
  4. Check out Boogie Cafe Records on Beatport. Check out Boogie Cafe Records on Beatport. Genres. Afro House; Aroop Roy. Boogie Cafe Records. Deep House. D♯ min. $ Lonesome Stranger Original Mix. Way Back Original Mix. Sean McCabe. Boogie Cafe Records. House. B♭ min. $ Star Night Original Mix. Sean.
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  8. A totally cool little record – a double 7" single that brings together 4 of the best tracks from the Coffy soundtrack of the 70s – that fantastic blacksplitation film that was Roy Ayers ' entry into the genre! All the tracks are great – from the catchy funky soul of the theme, "Coffy Is The Color" – to the tight instrumentation of "Aragon", "Brawling Broads", and "Exotic Dance.
  9. It's like a dream come true – 13 previously unissued recordings by Roy Ayers, all from the height of his glory years on Polydor! Roy's work from this time is some of our favorite ever – a burning blend of jazz, soul, and funk – handled with impeccable charm, and a level of .

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