Perhaps one of the most popular fusion and light jazz groupings to emerge through the 1980s, Flim as well as the BB’s comprised bassist Jimmy Johnson, keyboardist Billy Barber, percussionist Billy Berg and reeds participant Dick Oatts. (For the record, “Flim” was a vintage nickname of Johnson’s, while “the BB’s” comes from Barber and Berg’s distributed initials). Debuting in 1982 using the recording Tricycle, Flim as well as the BB’s’ fusion audio proved ideally fitted to the starting point of the compact disk boom; these were one of the primary performers to record making use of digital technology, and albums like 1985’s Big Records and 1987’s Neon quickly discovered a following not merely among modern jazz fans but additionally among tech-heads. After 1988’s Further Journeys, the quartet departed indie label DMP for Warner Bros., producing their major-label debut a 12 months later on with New Trousers. 1992’s THAT IS a Documenting was their last effort.