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Here is one of my favorite tracks by Roy Ayers Ubiquity, featuring the amazing bass talent of Byron Miller (who was also mentioned in our interview with Lamont Johnson). The bass is featured prominently with a nice phaser and you can hear all of Miller"s Motown-inspired turnarounds very clearly.... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.hughjhitchcock.com/the-funkatologist/roy-ayers-life-is-just-a-moment/

Here is one of my favorite tracks by Roy Ayers Ubiquity, featuring the amazing bass talent of Byron Miller (who was also mentioned in our interview with Lamont Johnson). The bass is featured prominently with a nice phaser and you can hear all of Miller"s Motown-inspired turnarounds very clearly.... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.hughjhitchcock.com/the-funkatologist/roy-ayers-life-is-just-a-moment/

... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.hughjhitchcock.com/music/i-want-to-love-you/

... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.hughjhitchcock.com/music/i-want-to-love-you/

... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.hughjhitchcock.com/music/if-i-gave-my-heart-to-you/

Sorry to hear of the passing of guitar legend Johnny Winter this last week. I was a huge JW freak back in the day, pretty much learned every song & every riff he played. When I was 13, I made the scene at the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival, where among the luminaries of the day, Johnny Winter And were scheduled to play. Just for the thrill of it, somehow I worked my way onto the stage and sat right by the... FULL ARTICLE…