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Roy Ayers has been known for doing covers for his entire career, and this may be one of his best. Watch him, along with Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin perform “You Send Me” live.
This 1967 album by Herbie Mann features a young Roy Ayers as one of his sidemen.
Ed O.G. and Da Bulldogs give a thoughtful message over a classic Roy Ayers sample.
This Saturday in San Francisco, the Funk Revival Orchestra pays tribute to the great Roy Ayers.
Erule is not a household name in hip hop, but this could be the best Hip Hop song that has ever been produced using a Roy Ayers sample.
There are only a select few that have had a career that can parallel Roy Ayers, but this is one thing that sets him apart from all the rest.
While Roy Ayers was a heavy influence for many Hip Hop artists in the 90’s, Smif n Wesson sampled more than just Roy Ayers’ music.
Before Roy Ayers gave us his version of Stoned Soul Picnic, there was The 5th Dimension, who gave us a great hit song, and the Soul Train dancers to go with it.
Thanks to these producers, for the Beat Submission Compilation wouldn’t have been the same without them.
One of Roy Ayers earliest, and best recordings, “Stoned Cold Picnic” is a symbolic album with a legendary cast.
Loops, samples, breaks, rare grooves. Whatever you want to call em, Roy Ayers has got em. There are way too many to name, so here is a narrow list of the 10 best Roy Ayers loops.
“Vibratiions” was produced during the heart of Roy Ayers’ Ubiquity years, and this particular album is monumental for more reasons than one.
Roy Ayers proves once again his worldwide appeal as producer Gadget from London samples one of Roy’s most popular songs.
If we had to pick one Dilla track to post on royayersproject.com, this would be the one, for obvious reasons. Vintage Jay Dee while using Roy Ayers as his muse.
Bobbi Humphrey’s one and only song released on Roy Ayers’ Uno Melodic record label is a great example of what a Roy Ayers production sounds like.
Black Star is in rare form as The Legendary Roots plays their back up on the Jimmy Fallon Show.
This is a Roy Ayers Project exclusive provided by Ayentee, as he combines some of the best emcees with an excellent Roy Ayers sample.
Jazzy Gentle is our first submission from Italy, and you will love how he re-edits this Roy Ayers gem.
Vibraphone / Xylophone… what’s the difference? Read as we explain, as we clear up this common misconception once and for all.
Straight from London, England, Musician/DJ/Producer Prone gives us his instrumental interpretation on his sample of Roy Ayers.