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Autobiographical Order No. 116: Roy Ayers - Ubiquity

I’ll admit to being a little romantic about vinyl. I like the ritual of it. I like dropping the needle, flipping to side B, and the dramatic breaks that having two sides presents. 426 more words


Margate Soul Weekend 2015: all aboard!

Long gone are the days when two guys – Eli Thompson (of the Westcoast Bar) and DJ Micky B (East Kent Soul Connection) decided to join forces and bring their love of Soul Music to the masses. 259 more words


Roy Ayers & The Ubiquity Band @ Concorde 2 - 24th July 2015

I’ve known the name Roy Ayers for as long as I can remember, but I’m not sure how I discovered him. A lot of people I asked had never heard of him, which was surprising to me, as some of his hits, like… 456 more words


Roy Ayers @ St Saviour's Church, 21st July 2011

The pupils of St Saviour’s C of E Primary in Little Venice, West London, were treated to an amazing 30-minute show at the local St Saviour’s Church by the legendary vibraphone player, singer and songwriter Roy Ayers. 642 more words

Live Reviews

Tyler, The Creator responds to a bitter fan who's 'outgrown' his music

Tyler, The Creator put out the excellent Cherry Bomb back in April (I highly recommend taking time out to listen to it in full), and some of his longtime fans weren’t too thrilled with how happy and upbeat the album sounded. 414 more words


Everybody Loves The Sunshine- The Roy Ayers Classic Is Fitting For The Season

This song sounds good in any season, but the vibe/lyrics really correlates with spring/summer. Whether it is a family outdoor event like a barbecue, just going for a walk in the sunshine, or relaxing in doors…this song matches the time of year we are currently in. 13 more words

Song of The Day: Ethel Beatty - It's Your Love

Probably my favorite Roy Ayers production. Just listen to those keys! So smooth