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United Artists/Avenue, 1972. New Copy
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Mystic Voyage
Polydor, 1975. New Copy
An archetypal album by Roy – and one that really shows him at the turning point! Gone are the trippier jazz funk moments of earlier albums – and in their place are some tight grooves and wonderfully spacey soul. Roy hits the dancefloor with one of his first uptempo funk numbers "B ... CD
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Polydor, 1971. New Copy
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