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Coffy (1973) - Pam Grier Jiggles Whilst Roy Ayers Plays

Massive fan of Pam Grier for obvious reasons, she is a tough iconic action star with a strong screen presence and of course that fist biting incredible body that brings an old wolfman like me out in a hot sweat. 444 more words

Action & Adventure

King Canners. Black and Blue

‘Yeah, we know they’re skilful, but they don’t track back. Never put a shift in. They don’t like it up ‘em. Not good in the mud. 2,768 more words

Roy Ayers - The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne (09/04/17)

The Croxton Bandroom was in seated ‘theatre’ mode this evening, arranged thus for the believers who had come to bear witness to a living legend. Roy Ayers holds a unique position in music, having achieved mainstream success in the late 1970s while bridging the gap between jazz, funk and disco in a style that was entirely his own. 280 more words

Live Reviews

Nautilus: Japanese jazz-funk trio's slick cover of Roy Ayers' We Live in Brooklyn Baby

Classic Roy Ayers tune We Live in Brooklyn Baby gets a new treatment courtesy of the Japanese jazz-funk trio, Nautilus.

Nautilus’s slick production of We Live in Brooklyn Baby  155 more words

Rosalind Medea

ROY AYERS - Got "Big Money" From Quentin Tarantino

From the chills of New York emerged the man whose name is rinsed and repeated through the ages of music. After a week tracking him down, the first words from  688 more words

US Artists

Music 4 the Next 1, 12/3/16: "Find Your Wings" by Tyler the Creator

Tyler the Creator has emerged as one of the foremost independent Alternative Hip Hop music impresarios of today. He’s done this with an eclectic, comical, cartoonish style and taking full advantage of social media technologies in building his audience. 697 more words

Music Matters

Irish gigs round-up: December 2-8

LISA O’NEILL, Upstairs at Dolans, Limerick, Friday 2; Kevin Barry Recital Room, National Concert Hall, Thursday 8 and next Friday 9, €20.
Cavan singer-songwriter Lisa O’Neill has graduated from the corner of folk haven the Cobblestone in Dublin, to pubs, clubs and now the National Concert Hall. 398 more words

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