Herbie Hancock - And Friends... FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Pop music
Title: And Friends...
FLAC version ZIP size: 1561 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1519 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1476 mb
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Thrust is a jazz-funk album by Herbie Hancock, released in September 6, 1974 on Columbia Records. It served as a follow-up to Hancock's album Head Hunters (1973), and achieved similar commercial success, as the album reached as high as number 13 on the Billboard 200 listing. The lineup for Thrust is the same as on Head Hunters, except that Mike Clark replaced Harvey Mason on drums. This is Hancock's fourteenth album overall.
The discography of the American jazz artist Herbie Hancock consists of forty-one studio albums, twelve live albums, sixty-two compilation albums, five soundtrack albums, thirty-eight physical singles, nine promo singles and four songs not released as singles, but that charted due to downloads.
Producer – David Rubinson And Friends, Inc., Herbie Hancock. Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxello, Lyricon, Bass Clarinet – Bennie Maupin. Recorded and mixed at Wally Heider Recording, San Francisco, Ca Mastering: CBS, . recorded at Columbia Recording Studios, . Hancock Music/Wah Watson Music, BMI Hancock Music, BMI Hancock Music/Back Door Music, BMI Hancock Music/Benpin Music, BMI. 1976 CBS Inc. Made in Holland.
is an extremely symbolic album, for Herbie Hancock and the . rhythm section essentially pass the torch of the '80s acoustic jazz revival to the younger generation, as personified by then 19-year-old Wynton Marsalis. Well You Needn't" (Thelonious Monk) - 6:29. 'Round Midnight" (Bernie Hanighen, Cootie Williams, Monk) - 6:41. Clear Ways" (Tony Williams) - 5:00. A Quick Sketch" (Ron Carter) - 16:27. The Eye of the Hurricane" (Herbie Hancock) - 8:05.
Herbie Hancock Trio is an album by Herbie Hancock released in September 21, 1977 in Japan. It features performances by Hancock with Ron Carter and Tony Williams. It is the first of two albums with the same title-this album was released in 1977, and a second Herbie Hancock Trio was released in 1982.
The album was produced by Herbie Hancock, David Rubinson and friends. Liner Notes by Alex Henderson. Remastered from the original mastertTapes by Sean Brennan at Battery Studios, New York.
When Herbie Hancock released Possibilities (2005), a collaborative effort that paired the great pianist and composer with a group of pop and rock stocks from the world over, it was obvious the restless master was entering a new phase of his long career. In that context, River: The Joni Letters makes perfect sense.
Hmm, it looks like we don’t know much about this album. Jon Hendricks/Herbie Hancock.
Herbie and the management team are here to keep you up to date on everything important in the World of Herbie Hancock. 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. In the liner notes of a 1997 cd reissue, Herbie posed, "I began to feel that I had been spending so much time exploring the upper atmosphere of music and the more ethereal kind of far-out spacey stuff.
|1||Herbie Hancock Introduction|
|2||Herbie Hancock Featuring Christina Aguilera|
|3||Herbie Hancock Featuring John Mayer|
|4||Herbie Hancock Featuring Raul Midón|
|5||Herbie Hancock Featuring Trey Anastasio|
|6||Herbie Hancock Featuring Damien Rice & Lisa Hannigan|
|7||Herbie Hancock Featuring Carlos Santana & Angélique Kidjo|
|8||Herbie Hancock Featuring Wayne Shorter|
|9||Herbie Hancock Featuring Paul Simon|
|10||Herbie Hancock Featuring Brian Eno|
|11||Herbie Hancock Featuring Annie Lennox|
|12||Herbie Hancock Featuring Jonny Lang & Joss Stone|
|13||Herbie Hancock Featuring Sting Sting|
|14||Herbie Hancock Hiroshima, Japan|
|15||Herbie Hancock Nagasaki, Japan|
|16||Herbie Hancock End Credits|
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