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About Hubert Laws

Hubert Laws' jazz flute is as much a part of the ‘70s as are Pinto automobiles and screw-capped wine jugs and a couple of his CTI albums were a must for hippies transitioning into the disco era. Yet the fact remains that his work from this period is very strong (particularly the hit Fusion-meets-Stravinsky album, The Rites of Spring) and Laws is an extremely gifted musician who recorded a string of supurb albums with producer Joel Dorn. The ‘90s find the classically-trained Laws playing better than ever and he still divides his time between crossover and mainstream jazz efforts.

Listen toHubert Lawson Rhapsody

Hubert Laws' jazz flute is as much a part of the ‘70s as are Pinto automobiles and screw-capped wine jugs and a couple of his CTI albums were a must for hippies transitioning into the disco era. Yet the fact remains that his work from this period is very strong (particularly the hit Fusion-meets-Stravinsky album, The Rites of Spring) and Laws is an extremely gifted musician who recorded a string of supurb albums with producer Joel Dorn. The ‘90s find the classically-trained Laws playing better than ever and he still divides his time between crossover and mainstream jazz efforts.

About Hubert Laws

Hubert Laws' jazz flute is as much a part of the ‘70s as are Pinto automobiles and screw-capped wine jugs and a couple of his CTI albums were a must for hippies transitioning into the disco era. Yet the fact remains that his work from this period is very strong (particularly the hit Fusion-meets-Stravinsky album, The Rites of Spring) and Laws is an extremely gifted musician who recorded a string of supurb albums with producer Joel Dorn. The ‘90s find the classically-trained Laws playing better than ever and he still divides his time between crossover and mainstream jazz efforts.

About Hubert Laws

Hubert Laws' jazz flute is as much a part of the ‘70s as are Pinto automobiles and screw-capped wine jugs and a couple of his CTI albums were a must for hippies transitioning into the disco era. Yet the fact remains that his work from this period is very strong (particularly the hit Fusion-meets-Stravinsky album, The Rites of Spring) and Laws is an extremely gifted musician who recorded a string of supurb albums with producer Joel Dorn. The ‘90s find the classically-trained Laws playing better than ever and he still divides his time between crossover and mainstream jazz efforts.