Art Webb

Art Webb is an American flautist primarily active as a jazz-funk sessionist during the 1970s and 1980s. Under his own name he released two albums in 1977.

Appearing first on back-to-back albums by Norman ConnorsDance of Magic (1972) and Dark of Light (1973) — Webb’s talents were soon heard on the recordings of everyone from Pharoah Sanders and Cecil McBee to Horacee Arnold and Hannibal Marvin Peterson. Early notoriety greeted his performance alongside Chick Corea, Pat Martino, and Lenny White on Stanley Clarke‘s debut solo LP Children of Forever (1973).

Securing a solo deal with Atlantic, Webb assembled a boatload of talent for the recording of 1977’s Mr. Flute.


  • Mr. Flute (1977)
  • Love Eyes (1977)

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