The flautist’s classic 1973 jazz/funk album. 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.
Recorded at The Sound Factory, Hollywood, California, June 1973. Featuring the classic rhythm section of David T Walker (guitar), Chuck Rainey (bass) and Harvey Mason (drums). All compositions by Larry Mizell. 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.