The Best of Roy Ayers (The Best of Roy Ayers: Love Fantasy)
Download links and information about The Best of Roy Ayers (The Best of Roy Ayers: Love Fantasy) by Roy Ayers. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Crossover Jazz genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:17:14 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Crossover Jazz|
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|1.||Love Will Bring Us Back Together||5:54|
|3.||Red, Black and Green||4:39|
|5.||What You Won't Do for Love||5:52|
|6.||Don't Stop the Feeling||8:15|
|7.||Coffy Is the Color||3:01|
|8.||We Live in Brooklyn, Baby (featuring Roy Ayers Ubiquity)||3:46|
|10.||Everybody Loves the Sunshine (featuring Roy Ayers Ubiquity)||3:59|
|11.||Gotta Find a Lover (featuring Roy Ayers Ubiquity)||7:11|
|12.||You Send Me||8:28|
|15.||He's a Superstar (featuring Roy Ayers Ubiquity)||5:34|
This greatest-hits title was the first of its kind upon its release in 1979. During that time, Roy Ayers was one of the leading acts on Polydor Records and solidified his R&B/disco success with "Running Away," included here. The dichotomy between Ayers as a jazz act and an R&B/jazz quiet storm presence is all but kicked off by this album. The emphasis is on the earlier work. The definitive early-'70s songs "Red Black and Green" and "We Live in Brooklyn Baby" both retain their snap and visceral charm. A few great tracks aren't here (including "Kiss" and "Is It Too Late to Try"), but The Best of Roy Ayers: Love Fantasy goes the extra mile to include not only the best of Roy Ayers' work but also key non-hits such as "Gotta Find a Lover" and "You Send Me."