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Ray Alexander Technique - Let's Talk Album

Ray Alexander Technique - Let's Talk Album Performer: Ray Alexander Technique
Title: Let's Talk
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Funk
Label: Harlem Sound, Lu Jun Productions
# Cat: SA 001, 2001
Released: 1974
Country: US
FLAC album: 2644 mb
MP3 album: 1693 mb
Rating: 4.8
Genre: Soul


1Taking The Long Way Home4:25
2Save Me3:00
3My Special One4:03
4I Don't Bite4:19
5Wiser And Deeper3:00
6Let's Talk (Vocal)2:50
7Let's Talk (Instrumental)2:50
8My World3:32


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
L47292Ray Alexander Technique Let's Talk ‎(LP, Album, RE)Harlem SoundL472922001
2001Ray Alexander Technique Let's Talk ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)Lu Jun Records2001US1974
ELD-1592Ray Alexander Technique Let's Talk ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Not On LabelELD-1592Japan1997


  • Arranged ByRay Alexander
  • Baritone SaxophoneQuinn Lynch
  • Bass GuitarDouglas Wilkerson
  • ConductorAlbert Williams , Donald Niang
  • Congas, PercussionHolley Jones P/K/A Buzz
  • DrumsRon Mack
  • EngineerLou Gonzalez
  • Lead GuitarRaymond Jenkins P/K/A Ray Alexander
  • OrganBilly Gardner
  • PianoGeorge Stubbs
  • ProducerLucy Williams
  • Tenor SaxophoneGene Walker
  • VocalsChris Bartley


Deep groove gold labels. Artist name as "Ray Alexander Technique" on front cover, as "The Ray Alexander Techniques" on back cover and as "The Ray Alexander Technique" on label.


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1): AOZ-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2): AOZ-B


  • Designed At – Lee-Myles Associates
  • Manufactured By – Lee-Myles Associates
  • Printed By – Lee-Myles Associates
  • Published By – Mactoriana Pub.
  • Record Company – Harlem Sound Inc.
  • Recorded At – Advantage Sound


Comments: (5)
I need a cover if any one has a recordless copy
A bootleg of this LP has been pressed and sold around 1998.
I found a white label test press that had this record reverse printed on the white. On the Lu Jon record company label and the print was kind of faded. The record was actually a Bob Dylan Royal Albert Hall "Electric Side" boot however. Any info on this?
I just found one with the same label but it has a Grateful Dead bootleg on it.
The whole album is a heavy deep funk / soul LP."Wiser and Deeper" is a monster dancefloor tune! This should have been on a 45.