Herbie Hancock - One Night in Japan [DVD] mp3 downloadPerformer: Herbie Hancock
Title: One Night in Japan [DVD]
Style: Piano Jazz,Jazz Instrument
Location: Lake Stella Theater, Kawaguchi, Japan
Date of recording: August 3, 1996
Size MP3 version: 1598 mb
Size FLAC version: 1789 mb
Size WMA version: 1770 mb
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Herbie Hancock - One Night in Japan [DVD] mp3 download
Recorded live at Shiuys Koohkaido, June 28 & Nakano Sun Plaza, July 1, 1975, Tokyo, Japan
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A live album from a Japan performance, consisting of compositions from those first two Head Hunters releases was released in 1975 as Flood. This was almost as well received as its predecessor, if not attaining the same level of commercial success. Hancock later toured with the band, and released a concert DVD with a different lineup, which also included the "Rockit" music video. Also in 2001 Hancock partnered with Brecker and Roy Hargrove to record a live concert album saluting Davis and John Coltrane, entitled Directions in Music: Live at Massey Hall, recorded live in Toronto. The threesome toured to support the album, and toured on-and-off through 2005. 2005: Herbie Hancock's Headhunters Watermelon Man (Live in Japan). 2006: Herbie Hancock – Possibilities with John Mayer, Christina Aguilera, Joss Stone, and more.
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.
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.
2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Herbie Hancock, Rashann Roland Kirk. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. Takin' Off.
In 1979, Herbie Hancock joined up with Japanese jazz singer Kimiko Kasai to record versions of classic Herbie tracks, including ‘I Thought It Was You’ and ‘Butterfly’. The title track itself is the highlight, up there with the most blissfully stoned summer time ballads in the Roy Ayers vein. The cover of Stevie Wonder’s ‘As’, with vocoder backing vocals is also strange and remarkable. The original pressing is expensive and a little harder to come by outside of Japan. Another high-end appearance for George Benson’s biggest hit Give Me The Night saw Herbie play electric keys on the album’s eponymous single and the dreamy ‘Star Of A Story’.
Herbie Hancock biography Herbert Jeffrey "Herbie" Hancock - Born April 12, 1940 (Chicago, USA). With a career that covers half of the 20th Century, and shows no sign of slowing down as we move further into the 21st, Herbie Hancock is one of the major music figures of our time. Within the world of progressive jazz/rock fusion he is topped only by Miles Davis when it comes to musical vision, but a bit ahead of Miles and all the rest when it comes to composition and soloing ability. In 83 Hancock made a big splash again when joined with Bill Laswell to produce an album of op. Once again Herbie was ahead of the game, but not for long as the constantly shifting world of hip-hop soon left him behind. Since the late 80s Hancock has continued to enjoy great success in a wide variety of styles including traditional jazz, drumnbass, neo-soul, techno, hip-hop and modern pop.
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.
Herbie Hancock’s The Prisoner was one of his first records after leaving the Miles Davis quintet in 1968. The album was done in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, a musical social statement focused around civil rights while exploring the vastness of the new jazz form known as post-bop. The recording features Garnett Brown on trombone, Joe Henderson on tenor saxophone and alto flute, Johnny Coles on flugelhorn, Buster Williams on bass, and Albert Heath on drums. Originally released only in Japan, Flood is a classic jazz/funk album. Herbie Hancock’s eighteenth album features songs from previous albums Thrust, Head Hunters, and Man-Child.
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CreditsDon Alias - Percussion
Michael Brecker - Saxophone
Jack DeJohnette - Drums
Herbie Hancock - Piano, Primary Artist
William Hogeland - Liner Notes
Dave Holland - Bass
John Scofield - Guitar