Roy Ayers – Coffy

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Roy Ayers ‘s Classic funk soundtrack for Blaxploitation

Great miece, most of us reminds the music, and Pam Grier… Roy Ayers met jazz legend Lionel Hampton that switched him from playing piano to vibraphone in the mid 50s, leading him to form his own band, The Latin Lyrics, at high school. In 1970 he signed to Polydor and released “Ubiquity”, embarking on the most productive and creative period of his career, releasing 20 albums in ten years, then he became one of the key figures on the jazz-funk scene of the 1970s and early 80s, gaining chart hits with the likes of “Running Away”.

 

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