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An unorthodox jazz album from a jazz legend.
Joe Henderson is featured as a standout on this album, and he does not disappoint.
Henry Franklin may have an ordinary, common name, but his sound is anything bu
Songstress Jill Scott's excellent career has spanned over a decade, and along the way she has proven herself as one of the great singers of this generation. Fortunately…
Erykah Badu and Roy Ayers collab for this great moment in time.
An album that has lived many lives, today we appreciate RAMP’s land mark album, Come Into Knowledge.
Kendrick Lamar is the best thing to happen to Hip Hop in many years, and in this example he uses Roy Ayers as his inspiration.
In 2007, Motown opened up its vault to an elite group of DJs and producers to flip a few classics. Contributers included ?uestlove & James Poyser (producing under…
In remembering Dave Brubeck, we look at the “other” works of his legendary career.
With the recent re-release of Marvin Gaye’s Trouble Man, we take a look back at some of the most iconic soundtracks of the Blaxploitation Era.
Curren$y teaches us a lesson on the importance of Lonnie Liston Smith with his newest mixtape, Priest Andretti.
This is what a warm autumn day sounds like, provided by one of its chief architects, jazz pianist Erroll Garner
This is one of Roy Ayers’ best album, and this article explains why.
This is a great look into 60s jazz that specializes in the marimba, Dave Pike.
Japanese musician Kan Sano gives us an excellent cover of the classic Roy Ayers tune.
Amerigo Gazaway explores the hypothetical collaboration of A Tribe Called Quest and the Pharcyde to an effective end. This is a Quest to the Pharcyde.
We all know the greatness of A Tribe Called Quest, but they’re influence on hip hop is immeasurable.
A lovely album from the Blue Note Records catalog that defines the sound of jazz.
In the spirit of everything Brasil, here is a reintroduction to the brief, but timeless era of Tropicália, courtesy of Sa-Ra’s Om’Mas Keith.