Mtume Ayers Ayana Ayers Madge White Iris McRae Kumba Nancy Perez Steve Horton Jon Stevens Dennis "gorilla" Armstead Von Alexander Sylvia Ellis & Miles. On back cover: Manufactured and marketed by Uno Melodic Records ℗ 1983 Uno Melodic Records Incorporated. Lots Of Love was the solo release by Roy on his own imprint from the 1980s, Uno Melodic Records. This one is notable for the ongoing influence of Fela Anikulapo; notably on the track, Black Family. Also emerging as a significant contributor on his early 80s output is the bassist, William Allen. He was a presence on Roy's albums at least as far back as the 1980s, Africa Center Of the World. Mr. Allen also provides the rap on Black Family, Drive, and Chicago. The track that received airplay on early smooth jazz radio was an anthem about my hometown, DC City.
Lots Of Love by Roy Ayers. Record Collector is the world's leading authority on rare and collectable records. Hanging on the vibraphone In 1983, already two dozen albums into his career and having bashed vibes with everyone from Herbie Mann to Fela Kuti, Roy Ayers somehow found himself without a record deal. Having left Polydor behind and not yet started at Columbia, Lots Of Love became the only Ayers album to be released on his own Uno Melodic label. Unusually, for a musician in his 40s, Lots Of Love’s best moves came where Ayers tried out contemporary pop styles and incorporated new influences; and unlike so many records of this vintage, much of it still stands up. In the case of the bleak, pulsing.
Tracklist: 1. Love Will Bring Us Back Together, 2. Simple And Sweet, 3. Take Me Out To The Ball Game, 4. I Wanna Feel It (I Wanna Dance), 5. Fever, 6. Is It Too Late To Try?, 7. If You Love Me, 8. Le. More albums from Roy Ayers: Africa, Center Of The World by Roy Ayers. The Essential Groove – Live by Roy Ayers. Double Trouble by Roy Ayers. Endz003 by Roy Ayers. You Might Be Surprised by Roy Ayers. Love Not Truth by Roy Ayers. Lots Of Love by Roy Ayers. Silver Vibrations by Roy Ayers.
An underrated gem from the mighty ROY AYERS. LOTS OF LOVE, originally released in 1983, is a typically lush helping of AYERS grooves, helped out along the way by names such as LESETTE WILSON, MTUME AYERS, PETER BROWN, CARLA VAUGHN, & TRAVIS MILNER. Remastered heavyweight vinyl from SOUL JAZZ. Catalog USLP35 1. Weight.
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Roy Ayers Silver Vibrations, released 22 March 2019 1. Chicago 2. Lots Of Love 3. Keep on Movin' 4. Silver Vibrations 5. Smiling With Our Eyes 6. . City 7. Good Good Music BBE Music continues its long and fertile partnership with vibraphone legend and godfather of neo-soul, Roy Ayers, with the first ever reissue of his 1983 album Silver Vibrations. Gregory Kimbrell Just as I'm thinking my night's about over and I should head home, there's this guy who catches my eye from across the dance floor and I know we'll walk back together through the seductively silent streets.
|A3||Lots Of Love||5:43|
|B4||And Then We Were One||4:45|
|UM-8002||Roy Ayers||Lots Of Love (LP, Album)||Uno Melodic Records||UM-8002||US||1983|
|US CD35||Roy Ayers||Lots Of Love (CD, Album, RE)||Universal Sound||US CD35||UK||2010|
|US LP35||Roy Ayers||Lots Of Love (2xLP, RE)||Universal Sound||US LP35||UK||2010|
|CDGR 239||Roy Ayers||Lots Of Love (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Charly Records||CDGR 239||Germany||1998|