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Herbie Hancock - Thrust mp3 download

Performer: Herbie Hancock
Title: Thrust
Style: Funk,Fusion,Jazz-Funk,Piano Jazz,Jazz Instrument
Location: Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco, CA
Duration: 38:46
Released: September, 1974
Date of recording: August 26, 1974
Size MP3 version: 1844 mb
Size FLAC version: 1389 mb
Size WMA version: 1908 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 513
Genre: Jazz

Herbie Hancock - Thrust mp3 download

SME (от лица компании "Columbia"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. UMPI, Sony ATV Publishing, Audiam (Publishing), AMRA, LatinAutor, EMI Music Publishing, Irma Records" и другие авторские общества (8).

SME (от лица компании "Columbia"); Sony ATV Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. AMRA, UMPI, LatinAutor, EMI Music Publishing, Irma Records, Audiam (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (9).

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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.

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Thrust is a music studio album recording by HERBIE HANCOCK (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1974 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Thrust Sony Music Canada Inc. 2011.

Band Name Herbie Hancock. Labels Columbia Records Legacy Sony BMG. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album6.

Thrust is a funk jazz music album recording by HERBIE HANCOCK released in 1974 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. HERBIE HANCOCK - Thrust.

In 1974, Herbie Hancock propelled into the limelight by the success of his single, Chameleon. The band, by now with Mike Clark on drums, was touring the . extensively, headlining festivals and large concert venues, playing to wider and more diverse audiences. The quintet quickly became a tightly knit unit with dazzling grooves concocted by Paul Jackson and Mike Clark, who had played together in Oakland and the Bay Area prior to joining Hancock. With this line-up, the band went into warp speed, as depicted in Robert Springett’s cosmic cover art to the album Thrust, recorded in the summer.

Thrust Herbie Hancock. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/128 BPM).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Palm Grease Herbie Hancock Herbie Hancock 10:38
2 Actual Proof Herbie Hancock Herbie Hancock 9:42
3 Butterfly Herbie Hancock / Bennie Maupin Herbie Hancock 11:18
4 Spank-A-Lee Mike Clark / Herbie Hancock / Paul Jackson Herbie Hancock 7:12


Bob Belden - Reissue Producer
Steven Berkowitz - A&R
Dane Butcher - Engineer
Fred Catero - Engineer
Mike Clark - Composer, Drums, Liner Notes
Mike Clarke - Guest Artist
Howard Fritzson - Art Direction, Reissue Art Director
Herbie Hancock - Arp 2600, Arp Odyssey, Arp Strings, ARP Synthesizer, Clavinet, Composer, Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Piano (Electric), Primary Artist, Producer, Synthesizer, Vocals
The Headhunters - Group
Don Hunstein - Photography
Paul Jackson - Bass, Bass (Electric), Composer, Guest Artist
Randall Martin - Reissue Design
Patti Matheny - Artist Coordination
Bennie Maupin - Clarinet (Bass), Composer, Flute (Alto), Guest Artist, Percussion, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor), Saxello, Saxophone, Wind
Seth Rothstein - Project Director
David Rubinson - Producer
Tom "Curly" Ruff - Digital Remastering
Rob Springett - Cover Art
Bill Summers - Guest Artist, Percussion
John Vieira - Engineer
Oren Waters - Vocals
There's no way this is a four star album! The ballad "Butterfly" alone is worth five stars. This is the same band returning from Hancock's previous Headhunters album except that Mike Clark replaces Harvey Mason on drums. In my opinion this album is just as good as "Headhunters" I think Mike Clark and bassist Paul Jackson are more in sync as a unit here cuz both guys played with each other in the San Fransisco music scene. Their deep chemistry is evident on the lead off track "Palm Grease" where they lay down one of the funkiest intros of all time! Thrust is required listening for every serious musician especially bass and drummers. That doesnt mean that Hancock and woodwind guru Bennie Maupin aren't in top form, the whole band is highly inspired. Every serious music fan needs Thrust in their life.
This is literally my favorite instrumental album of all time. As a drummer, it changed my whole outlook on drumming. The grooves are legendary, the interplay between the players (especially during solos) strikes the perfect balance of funk grooves and jazz improvisation. "Actual Proof" is the epitome of the jazz-funk style, with Mike Clark's breakthrough linear "East Bay" drumming conversing with deliciously funky bass grooves from Paul Jackson Jr. Each track is a must-have for fans of the Rhodes Electric Piano, of which Herbie is a master. I could go on all day, but I'll stop here. Thrust is a genre defining jazz-funk classic that every jazz-funk fan should own. Also, check out the live album, recorded shortly after "Thrust", which is called "Flood".
When I was just 12 years old in the summer of 1975, a cousin gave me this album. Imagine being an inquisitive 12-year old violinist and hearing something like this for the first time! It changed my life and is hands down my favorite Hancock LP...and I have nearly 30 of them! The interplay between the musicians on "Palm Grease" and "Actual Proof" was nothing like I've ever experienced musically. The ensemble is so tight and everyone instinctively knows where the groove is leading them. In terms of pure composition and melody, nothing may be as beautiful as "Butterfly"...far and away the BEST track on the album. Hancock has come close, with "Maiden Voyage" and "Textures", but I always seem to run to the "Butterfly". This a must have for serious music heads!!
More structurally compact than its predecessor, Thrust fittingly emphasises forward motion with solos that are solidly integrated in the groove rather than all-out blowing jams, the exception being the sax solo during 'Spank-A-Lee' which closes the album. The tranquil 'Butterfly' is an engaging musical journey through exploratory atmospheres and gently evolving elements that are introduced with great subtlety acting as guideposts and anchoring the experience from drifting into oblivion like some of his early '70s albums often did. 'Palm Grease' features colourful percussion and abrupt textural use of the clavinet and the stunning interplay on show during 'Actual Proof' demonstrates the synergy this lineup was capable of. The rhythmic backing provided by Clark and Jackson during both Hancock's solo on electric piano and the later alto-flute solo by Bennie Maupin is simply bravura.