Taking Care Of Business
“Vibraphone” double cider, of course, super rare, which combines the finest mellowness of Roy Ayers and the local jazz-funk manners of Billy Wooten, and is quietly left in the rare groove important area = New Jersey.
Rare groove important area = New Jersey-based vibraphonist Ted Coleman released in 1980, a phantom debut album that is also called the highest peak of hidden rare groove! “Maestro” Roy Ayers’ vibes touch is softer and mellow, and Ted’s unbearable play is a masterpiece of all songs original! Especially the vocal songs are wonderful, and it is convincing that the soft vibes and tight drums associated with Ted’s tasty singing have captivated top collectors around the world who are aiming for the local unexplored board of US minor jazz. Probably the correct rare groove manners! “Jake is sober”? No, heaven will come only to those who sniff out this rare groove odor and pick it up, and if they pass by, they will regret it for the rest of their lives. That’s what the diggers road is all about.