Secrets is a August 1976 jazz-funk fusion album by keyboard player Herbie Hancock. It is also Hancock's seventeenth album overall. The album clearly followed from its predecessor Man-Child. As ever, Paul Jackson's basslines were critical, and the other regular member Bennie Maupin continued to provide most of the solos alongside Hancock.
Flood is the sixteenth and second live album by Herbie Hancock. It was originally released only in Japan in 1975 as a double LP, and features the Headhunters Band, performing selections from the albums Head Hunters, Thrust and Man-Child (the latter still two months away from release at the time of these concerts. It remained a Japanese only release in all formats until a 2014 US CD reissue by Wounded Bird.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Herbie Hancock - Spider. Photo of Herbie Hancock - Spider. More albums of Herbie Hancock: Doin' It. Ready Or Not. Genre is Jazz. This album was released on the label Columbia (catalog number 3-10563). This album was released in 1977 year. Download mp3. Length of track.
Herbie and the management team are here to keep you up to date on everything important in the World of Herbie Hancock. Looking back on Herbie’s twelfth album, Head Hunters, which was released on this day in 1973. Recorded at Wally Heider Studios and Different Fur Trading Co. in San Francisco, the album went on to become one of Herbie’s best known records and represented a landmark moment in jazz history. The album was later added to the Library Of Congress’s National Recording Registry which collects "culturally, historically or aesthetically important" sound recordings from the 20th century.
Monster (Herbie Hancock album). Monster is the twenty-ninth album by pianist Herbie Hancock. As a follow-up to the "Feets" album, it avoided jazz and funk in favor of disco songs only. Saturday Night" (Cohen, Hancock, Rubinson) - 7:13. Go for It" (Cohen, Hancock, Mouzon, Rubinson) - 7:35. Don't Hold It In" (Cohen, Ragin) - 8:02. Making Love" (Hancock, Mouzon) - 6:23.
But her clipping of her lines at the end, making them so clean - especially in the way they interact with Shorter’s soprano - is rather stunning. The hinge of the set is Mitchell’s performance of a song she wrote with Larry Klein (who co-produced the album with Hancock and has been Mitchell’s producer for ages). Her voice has lowered a bit after a lifetime of cigarette smoking and age, but she’s lost none of her power. Her unique phrasing and ever-shifting rhythmic invention brings the listener back to why exactly this recording makes so much sense!
Written-By – H. Hancock*, M. Ragin*, P. Jackson*
Written-By – H. Hancock*
|3-10563||Herbie Hancock||Spider (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||3-10563||US||1977|