Dig This! is an album by American jazz flautist Bobbi Humphrey recorded in 1972 and released on the Blue Note label. Lonely Town, Lonely Street" (Bill Withers) - 4:33. Is This All?" (Henry Johnson) - 3:42. Smiling Faces Sometimes" (Barret Strong, Norman Whitfield) - 6:18. Virtue" (Alphonse Mouzon) - 4:25. I Love Every Little Thing About You" (Stevie Wonder) - 4:18. Love Theme from "Fuzz"" (Dave Grusin) - 3:45. El Mundo de Maravillas" (Mouzon) - 7:30.
Satin Doll is the fourth studio album by American jazz flautist Bobbi Humphrey recorded in 1974 and released on the Blue Note label. All compositions by Larry Mizell except as indicated. New York Times" - 6:53. Satin Doll" (Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Billy Strayhorn) - 4:09.
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Despite high album sales, Humphrey did not see much of her Blue Note albums' financial success. In 1977, she moved into the business side of the music industry. She incorporated Innovative Artist Management as well as a publishing business, The Bobbi Humphrey Music Company, which signed an agreement with Warner Bros. Humphrey brought Tevin Campbell into the music industry and was involved in his negotiations with Warner Bros Humphrey's work, especially Blacks and Blues, has b. .
The Texas flautist's ground breaking Blue Note jams represents Bobbi Humphrey at her percolating best. A good pickup but not a "pick," cause nine tracks aren't enough for a mandate; plus, they left off great teary vocal tracks like "Just a Love Child. But with fiery son-of-guns like "Chicago Damn" and "Harlem River Drive" - a motorists' best friend - along with the jazz-up "Spanish Harlem," helps to ease the omissions.
Then,Now,and forever. The music that was created by her and the Mizell Brothers is unparalleled. Chicago Damn,Blacks and Blues,Satin Doll, Ladies Day, and Homemade Jam, to name a few are songs that no doubt will stand the test of time. The same can also be said for the collaboration. Great band, with the Mizell brothers, and Harvey Mason, and of course Bobbi Humphrey herself on flute. Jazz flute? Yes, it works; it grooves and it flows and it relaxes.