We don't want to know where that flute has been.
Legendary jazz flutist Herbie Mann made a sexy foray into the world of funk, R&B, and pop with his 1971 aphrodisiac Push Push. Having already released a whopping 73 albums under his name, Mann ventured into uncharted musical territory, and as the album cover reveals, he did it with his shirt off. To make the equation even more amazing, he brought along Bobka-idol Duane Allman for the ride. The result is 48 minutes of straight up baby-makin' music, featuring funked up versions of jazz standards and sultry, exploratory grooves.
Herbie Mann feat. Duane Allman - "Push Push"