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Roy Ayers - Virgo Vibes (1967)

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Roy Ayers - Virgo Vibes (1967)
Artist: Roy Ayers
Title Of Album: Virgo Vibes
Year Of Release: 1967
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Jazz
Format: FLAC (Tracks)
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 00:53:23
Total Size: 351 mb

Long before he switched to playing disco and pop music, Roy Ayers was considered a promising young jazz vibraphonist. This LP, his second as a leader, was one of his finest. On four of the five selections (obscurities and pieces by group members), Ayers teams up with trumpeter Charles Tolliver, tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, bassist Reggie Workman, drummer Bruno Carr, and the mysterious pianist Ronnie Clark (Herbie Hancock under a disguised name). On "Glow Flower," Ayers and Tolliver are joined by Harold Land on tenor, pianist Jack Wilson, bassist Buster Williams, and drummer Donald Bailey. The music is primarily advanced hard bop with some freer moments on Tolliver's "The Ringer." This underrated music is long overdue to be reissued on CD and displays Roy Ayers' long before he was known as an R&B artist.
Scott Yanow

Tracks:

1 The Ringer (Tolliver) 7:36
2 Ayerloom (Norman) 5:22
3 In the Limelight (Wilson) 6:58
4 Virgo Blues (Ayers) 12:50
5 Glow Flower (Ayers) 7:51
6 Minor Royd (Wilson) 5:08
7 Number Seven (Ayers) 7:45

Personnel:

[#1-3]
Roy Ayers - vb
Charles Tolliver - tp
Joe Henderson - ts
Ronnie Clark - p
Reggie Workman - b
Bruno Carr - dr
Recorded in New York City ; March 6, 1967
[#4-7]
Roy Ayers - vb
Charles Tolliver - tp
Harold Land - ts
Jack Wilson - p
Buster Williams - b
Donald Bailey - dr
Recorded at Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, California, January 18, 1967

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