Flim & the BB's was a contemporary jazz band that was among the first bands to record albums digitally. Woodwind-player Dick Oatts was a featured guest on their first album before becoming a full member of the band.
Flim & The BB's were the very first contemporary jazz groups on CD. After making one of the first digital recordings ever (1978), the band went on to record five critically acclaimed discs for DMP. Tricycle, Tunnel, and Big Notes all won Digital Audio's "Jazz CD of The Year" award. It's really a beautiful album, I recommend it. One.
Flim and the BB's second album, Tricycle (for DMP Digital Music Products, an independent all-digital audiophile record label started by Tom Jung) was the first non-classical recording to be released in the new Compact Disc format. It was also the first jazz album to be recorded, mastered and delivered completely in the digital domain.
Debuting in 1982 with the album Tricycle, Flim the BB's' fusion sound proved ideally suited for the onset of the compact disc boom; they were among the first artists to record utilizing digital technology, and albums like 1985's Big Notes and 1987's Neon quickly found a following not only among contemporary jazz fans but also among tech-heads. After 1988's Further Adventures, the quartet departed indie label DMP for Warner Bros. making their major-label debut a year later with New Pants. 1992's This Is a Recording was their final effort.
TriCycle - Студийный альбом от Flim & the BB's. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 10 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 56:06. Tell Me - Flim & the BB's. Santana - Samba Pa Ti (Live at Montreux 2011). Sweet Winds of Change - Flim & the BB's. Sampha - "Plastic 100°C" (Live Performance).
Flim & The BB's is a post-fusion contemporary music album recording by FLIM & THE BB'S released in 1978 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Tricycle by Flim & the BB's (CD, May-1994, Digital Music Products) 24KT Gold.
Further Adventures of Flim & the BB's Audio CD. Flim & The BB's. I'd never heard of Flim & the BB's until a co-worker mentioned their groundbreaking work, recording on some of the early fully-digital equipment.