Blacks And Blues
- Release Date 12 July 2019
- Product code
- Vinyl LP
- Blue Note
Flutist Bobbi Humphrey found wide success with Blacks and Blues (1973), her breakout third album for Blue Note, working with the Mizell Brothers (who had recently hooked up with Donald Byrd to produce the trumpeter’s landmark album Black Byrd) to create a jazz-funk classic for the ages featuring the standout track “Harlem River Drive.” Humphrey’s alluring flute and breezy vocals paired with Larry Mizell’s compelling R&B jazz fusion compositions and production proved a winning combination that would lead to future collaborations on Humphrey’s albums Satin Doll and Fancy Dancer.
This Blue Note 80 Vinyl Edition is all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, and pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal.
|1||Chicago, Damn (Mizell) - 6:31|
|2||Harlem River Drive (Mizell) - 7:50|
|3||Just a Love Child (Mizell) - 6:34|
|4||Blacks and Blues (Mizell) - 4:37|
|5||Jasper Country Man (Mizell) - 5:14|
|6||Baby's Gone (Mizell) - 8:48|