Bobbi Humphrey Blacks And Blues
The flautist’s classic 1973 jazz/funk album is her her third and best-known Blue Note record. Produced by the Mizell Brothers, best known for their work on Donald Byrd’s classic Black Byrd. Features all-time-classic jazz/funk pieces such as ‘Jasper Country Man’ and ‘Harlem River Drive’. A gorgeous mash-up of Humphrey’s breezy flute and the Mizells’ trademark grooves.
Humphrey and the Mizells collaborated further on subsequent BN albums Fancy Dancer and Satin Doll.
BLUE NOTE CLASSIC VINYL EDITION: stereo, all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal, padded inner sleeve.
A1 Chicago, Damn
A2 Harlem River Drive
A3 Just A Love Child
B1 Blacks And Blues
B2 Jasper Country Man
B3 Baby's Gone
Bobbi Humphrey (flute) / David T Walker (guitar) / Chuck Rainey (bass) / Harvey Mason (drums).