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Roy Ayers (born September 10, 1940) is an American funk, soul, and jazz composer, vibraphone player, and music producer. 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. He is a key figure in the acid jazz movement, and has been dubbed "The Godfather of Neo Soul"
The Confessions is another worthy Ayers album, clearly better than the previous Bananamour, and it has some resemblance to Shooting At The Moon. The first side is made up of relatively short tracks and some are plagued with soul/funked-up choirs so typical of what Kevin had gotten us used to so far. The suite rse makes a wink and a nod to his Soft Machine track Why Are We Sleeping?
To call Roy Ayers a crossover artist is technically accurate, but at some point it’s worth asking where he wound up crossing to, and where the line he crossed even stood in the first place. A prodigious jazz talent raised in a musical Los Angeles household, he was literally handed a set of vibraphone mallets by great master of the instrument Lionel Hampton at age five. By his early twenties Ayers went from his recorded debut as a sideman to the headliner of his own album within a year
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|1||I Am Not the Same||Drew Ayers||4:01|
|2||You Got to Love||Drew Ayers||4:00|
|3||I Ve Missed You||Drew Ayers||3:12|
|4||I Am Not the Same (The Orginal Verson)||Drew Ayers||5:05|
|5||Come and Get My Love||Drew Ayers||4:10|
|7||Thank You Lord||Drew Ayers||4:07|
|8||Who Do You Love||Drew Ayers||3:31|
|9||I Am Not the Same (The Instrumental)||Drew Ayers||5:08|
|10||I Want You||Drew Ayers||4:22|