Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Ray Master and his crew rock!
Funky_Freak | London_UK | 12/22/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Detroit funksters Raydio stormed R&B billboard lists with this album in 1980.
Very uplifting tracks 'It's time to party now', 'Until the morning comes', Herbie Hancock helped them to compose slow-groove 'Tonight's the night' and especially Cameo & P-Funk inspired 'For those who like to groove'.
Slow-jams are simply Raydio style such as the title song, beatiful 'Cant keep from cryin','A little bit of you'...
I've been listening to this album over and over without any reluctance since I grabbed.This album is extremely rare and hard to find,therefore most of the music stores import this from Japan.
If you find this album by chance, you must be the luckiest person in the world!Don't miss out.
Ray Master & Jerry The Knight of Funk and other members(Carmichael Bros.) are outstanding! Lets put the Detroit groove on your mind!"
Turn up the Raydio!
andy8047 | Nokomis,Florida | 06/01/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album,released in early 1980,spawned one Top 20 hit which is the title track. Ray Parker Jr.,under contract with Arista Records was scoring at least one hit every year between 1978 and 1985. That includes his biggest hit to date,GHOSTBUSTERS from the 1984 Columbia film of the same title. Detroit-born Parker is one of the most talented R&B musicians on earth,as I mentioned in my review for his 1993 GREATEST HITS album. Needless to say,if Parker had an identical twin,there would be times where he'd be "TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME"! The other songs are funkily great. According to rayparkerjr.com,there are plans in the works to re-issue Parker's albums on CD in America. No R&B fan should be without this album."
Classic electro groove and herbie hancock!!!
andy8047 | 03/27/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Some really good tracks on this - picked mine up for 50p in a secondhand store - mint vinyl! one of my luckiest finds. Soem ace gutiar licks by ray , but each track is produced well and effect is grooving - not bland like a lot from this era. Reminds me of g-funk instrumental parts. ..."