Roy Ayers

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Roy Ayers (September 10, 1940) is an American funk, soul, and jazz composer and vibraphone player. Ayers began his career as a post-bop jazz artist, releasing several albums with Atlantic Records, before his tenure at Polydor Records beginning in the 1970s, during which he helped pioneer jazz-funk with his band Roy Ayers Ubiquity. He is a key figure in the acid jazz movement, which is a mixture of jazz into hip-hop and funk, and has been dubbed by many as "The Godfather of Neo Soul". Read more on Last.fm

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Sunshine Man
Album (2005)
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Virgin Ubiquity II: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981
Album (2005)
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Mahogany Vibe
Album (2004)
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Virgin Ubiquity
Album (2003)
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Spoken Word
Album (1998)
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Nasté
Album (1995)
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Double Trouble
Album (1992)
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Wake Up
Album (1989)
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Drive
Album (1988)
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You Might Be Surprised
Album (1985)
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In the Dark
Album (1984)
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Lots of Love
Album (1983)
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Feeling Good
Album (1982)
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Africa, Center of the World
Album (1981)
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Love Fantasy
Album (1980)
Fela Kuti & Roy Ayers
Music of Many Colors
Album (1980)
Roy Ayers & Wayne Henderson
Prime Time
Album (1980)
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No Stranger to Love
Album (1980)
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Fever
Album (1979)
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You Send Me
Album (1978)
Roy Ayers & Wayne Henderson
Step in to Our Life
Album (1978)
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Let's Do It
Album (1978)
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Ubiquity
Album (1970)
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Daddy Bug
Album (1969)
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Stoned Soul Picnic
Album (1968)
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Virgo Vibes
Album (1967)
Jack Wilson feat. Roy Ayers
Jack Wilson Quartet Featuring Roy Ayers
Album (1963)
Roy Ayers
West Coast Vibes
Album (1963)