Push Push

Push Push

by Herbie Mann


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Flutist Herbie Mann opened up his music on this date for Push Push (and during the era) toward R&B, rock and funk music. The results were generally appealing, melodic and danceable. On such songs as "What's Going On," "Never Can Say Goodbye," "What'd I Say" and the title cut, Mann utilizes an impressive crew of musicians, which include guitarist Duane Allman and keyboardist Richard Tee.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/25/1990
Label: Atlantic
UPC: 0075679030627
catalogNumber: 532
Rank: 34956

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Herbie Mann   Primary Artist,Flute,Alto Flute
Chuck Rainey   Bass
Ralph MacDonald   Percussion
Duane Allman   Guitar
Gene Bianco   Harmonica,Harp
Cornell Dupree   Guitar
Donald "Duck" Dunn   Bass
Gerald Jemmott   Bass
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie   Drums
David Spinozza   Guitar
Richard Tee   Organ,Piano,Keyboards,Electric Piano
Al Jackson   Drums
Jerry Jemmott   Bass
Gene Bianca   Harp

Technical Credits

Jimmy Douglass   Engineer
Arif Mardin   Producer,Remixing
Bob Porter   Producer

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Push Push 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Herbie Mann, he is totally mint deluxe. When he starts a-blowin that flute it sho'nuff is a mellow groove. A stone get-off you might say. The only drawback is on some of his tapes he's got this guitar player named Sonny Sharrock. He just makes noise, and that's not music! I dig a smooth, flutey melody to sooth my jangled nerves. Thankfully, this Push Push tape doesn't have any Sonny Sharrock to ruin it. Sit back, kick the shoes off and feel the funky flute man blow! And the cover is a treat for the eyes!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have long been a fan of Herbie Mann, "Memphis Underground" is classic jazz in my book. Listening to Push Push I heard the sixties "come alive" again. He is without a doubt the best jazz flutist in the world, and when he surrounds himself with such great musicians as this, it can't help but be successful. A very relaxing, easy listening album for a rainy Sunday afternoon !
Guest More than 1 year ago
Neal Rosengarden was left off of the credits. He now spells his name Neil Rosengarden (legal) and he was the Production Assistant on Push Push. Whoever left him off should be tarred and feathered.