Feeling Good (LP, Album). 버전 판매. 2391 539. Roy Ayers. Feeling Good (CD, Album, RE). Dizzare Add, Soul Brother Records (3). DIZA-058, CD SBCS 62. Japan. CD SBCS 62.
Roy Ayers – Feeling Good. 이블: Soul Brother Records (3) – CD SBCS 62. 형식: CD, Album, Reissue. Written-By – Roy Ayers.
In the early-1970s, Roy Ayers started his own band called Roy Ayers Ubiquity, a name he chose because ubiquity means a state of being everywhere at the same time. Ayers was responsible for the highly regarded soundtrack to Jack Hill's 1973 blaxploitation film Coffy, which starred Pam Grier. In 1977, Ayers produced an album by the group RAMP, Come into Knowledge. That fall, he had his biggest hit with "Running Away". Ayers is known for helping to popularize feel good music in the 1970s, stating that "I like that happy feeling all of the time, so that ingredient is still there. I try to generate that because it's the natural way I am". The types of music that he used to do this consisted of funk, salsa, jazz, rock, soul and ra. .
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Roy Ayers – Feeling Good (1982).
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. While his work in the 1960s was distinguished in itself – he became a vital part of Herbie.