Bobbi Humphrey - The Good Life album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Say The Word
Written-By – R. MacDonald*, W. Salter*
|A2||The Good Life
Written-By – B. Humphrey*, T. James*
|A3||Years From Now
Written-By – B. Humphrey*, R. Miller*
|B1||Love When I'm In Your Arms
Written-By – M. Miller*
|B2||Living For The Music
Written-By – T. James*
|B3||Sweet N' Low
Written-By – W. Eaton*
- Distributed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Recorded At – Rosebud Recording Studio
- Engineer [Assistant] – Eddie Heath Jr.*
- Engineer, Mixed By – Richard Alderson
- Producer – William Eaton
- Producer, Mixed By – Ralph MacDonald
- Vocals, Mixed By, Executive Producer – Bobbi Humphrey
NotesRalph MacDonald appears courtesy of Marlin Records, A Division of T.K Productions Inc.
Richard Tee appears courtesy of Columbia/Tappan Zee Records
Eric Gale appears courtesy of Columbia Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5464356071
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A): A1 35607 1A 2HZ
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B): B1 35607 1A 2HZ
|JE 35607||Bobbi Humphrey||The Good Life (LP, Album)||Epic||JE 35607||US||1979|
|CDSOL-8180, FTGJZ-002||Bobbi Humphrey||The Good Life (CD, Album, RE, RM, Exp)||Solid Records , FTG Jazz Fusion Classics||CDSOL-8180, FTGJZ-002||Japan||2014|
|FTGJZ-002||Bobbi Humphrey||The Good Life (CD, Album, RE, RM, Exp)||FTG Jazz Fusion Classics||FTGJZ-002||UK||2014|
|JE 35607||Bobbi Humphrey||The Good Life (LP, Album, Promo)||Epic||JE 35607||US||1979|
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 last album for Epic was The Good Life, recorded in 1978/79 at Rosebud Recording Studios, New York
Tracklist: 1. Say The Word, 2. The Good Life, 3. Years From Now, 4. Love When I’m In Your Arms, 5. Living For The Music, 6. Sweet N’ Lo. More albums from Bobbi Humphrey: Flute-In by Bobbi Humphrey. Live At Montreux by Bobbi Humphrey. Dig This! by Bobbi Humphrey. Blacks And Blues by Bobbi Humphrey. Passion Flute by Bobbi Humphrey. Freestyle by Bobbi Humphrey. City Beat by Bobbi Humphrey. Satin Doll by Bobbi Humphrey. View all albums . The Good Life.
Her skills as a flutist remain exceptional, but The Good Life never musters the funky grooves and gossamer textures that buoyed her classic Blue Note sides, instead settling for tepid, disco-inspired beats and too much studio gloss.
The Good Life is a jazz related rnb music album recording by BOBBI HUMPHREY released in 1979 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Say The Word A2 The Good Life A3 Years From Now B1 Love When I'm In Your Arms B2 Living For The Music B3 Sweet N' Low. CD reissue bonus tracks: 7. Love When I'm In Your Arms (7 Inch Version) 8. Sweet N Low (7 Inch Version).
Listen to music from Bobbi Humphrey like Harlem River Drive, New York Times - Remastered 2002 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bobbi Humphrey. Bobbi Humphrey has performed for audiences around the world. She was born in Marlin, Texas, and raised in Dallas. Her flute training included classical and jazz styles in high school. She continued her studies at Texas Southern University and Southern Methodist University.
The Good Life is quite an unashamedly commercial album for Bobbi Humphrey as she has drops the high class approach of her earlier albums and opted for making a full-on in-your-face disco album. This is a big fat disco cliché, even right down to the electronic bongos, But my bet is you'll be so impressed that you'll make an easy move to get some of the Good Life. EAC Log. Exact Audio Copy V. beta 3 from 29. August 2011. EAC extraction logfile from 2. December 2014, 20:01. Bobbi Humphrey, The Good Life.
Bobbi Humphrey's last album for Epic was The Good Life, recorded in 1978/79 at Rosebud Recording Studios, New York. The album is notable for the list of supporting musicians that included Richard Tee, Eric Gale, Ralph MacDonald, Christopher Parker and Marcus Miller - all musicians that were part of the New York contemporary jazz scene at the time. All of the listed musicians were appearing on most of the albums being recorded by Earl Klugh, George Benson, Bob James, Lonnie Liston Smith and Joe Sample and more. The album cover photography is by Dan Weaks. The Good Life LP (Epic US Cat No:.
Bobbi Humphrey - The Good Life. Bobbi Humphrey - Years From Now (LP & Good Life& Epic Records 1979). Top Songs By Bobbi Humphrey. 1. Harlem River Drive. 3. You Make Me Feel So Good. 4. Jasper Country Man. Bobbi Humphrey.