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The introduction of 70|30.
Donald Byrd, with Herbie Hancock (Photo by Francis Wolff)
An album that has lived many lives, today we appreciate RAMP’s land mark album, Come Into Knowledge.
A producer by the name of Dead Horse Beats gives us a great interpretation of Roy Ayers’ timeless music.
6 degrees of separation works for everything, and when you connect these two, it is proof that everything is connected in one way or another.
The Jazz Heritage Center and The Roy Ayers Project (70|30) invite you… Roy Ayers Is… A special preview Screening of the Roy Ayers Documentary, currently in progress. There…
Today we have a representative from North Carolina bring a classic boom bap sound to the Roy Ayers Project while sampling a Roy Ayers Classic.
With the recent release of G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer, the problematic nature of musical piracy takes center stage.
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.
Check out the young talented producer Alphonse representing Boston, as he turns the smooth Roy Ayers jam into a certified head nodder.
Joe Henderson’s debut album “Page One” exemplifies the sound of Blue Note jazz in the 1960’s.
Many hip hop artists have sampled Roy Ayers, but this sample comes from a most unexpected source.
Recorded in 1972, Donald Byrd’s “Black Byrd” album was ahead of its time in a variety of ways.
Jazzy Gentle is our first submission from Italy, and you will love how he re-edits this Roy Ayers gem.
Check out this weeks beat submission from the talented DJ Ronski, hailing from Trenton, New Jersey.
Taking a brief look at the intersection of two talent artists at their most exploratory.
Jazz legend McCoy Tyner has had an illustrious career. Here is a earlier recording from Tyner as a frontman when he was a youthful 23 years old.