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Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: Rockit

Duration: 03'37"

Quarantine: 31 days

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Locomotive: false

Likes: 1; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 8A–8–111

Last play: 05/01/2019 at 20:13:42

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Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: Paradise

Duration: 04'30"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre:

Locomotive: false

Likes: 3; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 5A–6–112

Last play: 18/01/2019 at 02:34:12

Easy To fill a lonely night So easy So hard to find the one You tease me When I'm in love with you Kiss me once Kiss me twice Take a lonely man to Paradise In my eyes You will see The love you're lookin' for Lonely Will only be a memory Won't you show me The love you hide away When you know me better You'll never forget my love Kiss me once Kiss me twice Take a lonely man to Paradise In my eyes You will see The love, all that you need Kiss me once Kiss me twice Let me take you all the way To Paradise, baby Take me to Paradise Paradise, baby I'll take you to Paradise You're knowing And not believing in what I'm showing When this new romance between us Can be growing, baby Just fall in love with me Kiss me once Kiss me twice Take a lonely man to Paradise In my eyes, you will see The love, all that you need Kiss me once Kiss me twice Let me take you all the way To Paradise, baby Take me to Paradise Paradise, baby I'll take you to Paradise Paradise, baby Take me to Paradise Paradise, baby I'll take you to Paradise Paradise, baby Take me to Paradise Paradise, baby I'll take you to Paradise


Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: Watermelon Man

Duration: 05'49"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre:

Locomotive: false

Likes: 1; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 4A–5–151

Last play: 14/12/2018 at 23:25:23

(instrumental) Album notes: Head Hunters is an album by Herbie Hancock, released in 1973 on Columbia Records. The album is a key release in Hancock's career, and also a defining moment in the genre of jazz fusion. The album was released after Hancock's sextet had released a series of experimental albums (Mwandishi (1970), Crossing (1971), Sextant (1972)) and Hancock was looking for a new direction in which to take his music: "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. Now there was this need to take some more of the earth and to feel a little more tethered; a connection to the earth....I was beginning to feel that we (the sextet) were playing this heavy kind of music, and I was tired of everything being heavy. I wanted to play something lighter." (Taken from Hancock's sleeve notes from the 1997 CD reissue) For the new album, Hancock assembled a new band, The Headhunters, of whom only Bennie Maupin had been a sextet member. Hancock handled all synthesizer parts himself (having previously shared these duties with Patrick Gleeson) and he decided against the use of guitar altogether, favouring instead the clavinet, one of the defining sounds on the album. The new band featured a tight rhythm and blues-oriented rhythm section, and the album has a relaxed, funky groove that gave the album an appeal to a far wider audience. Perhaps the defining moment of the jazz-fusion movement, the album made jazz listeners out of rhythm and blues fans, and vice versa. There is far more more rhythmic, harmonic and melodic freedom on the album than would be found on a 'typical' funk track, and the track lengths ("Chameleon" weighs in at 15:41, and the rest are all between 5 and 10 minutes) allow these freedoms to be explored and developed. Of the four tracks on the album "Watermelon Man" was the only one not written for the album. A hit from Hancock's hard bop days, originally appearing on his first album Takin' Off, it was reworked by Hancock and Mason and has an instantly recognisable intro featuring Bill Summers blowing into a beer bottle. The track features heavy use of African percussion. "Sly" was dedicated to Sly Stone but is in no way derivative of Sly's work. "Chameleon"" (the opening track) is another track with an instantly recognisable intro, the very funky bassline being played on an ARP Odyssey synth. "Vein Melter" is a slow-burner, predominantly featuring Hancock and Maupin, with Hancock mostly playing Fender Rhodes electric piano, but occasionally bringing in some heavily effected synth parts. At the time of its release it was the best-selling jazz album of all time, and it still sounds fresh and funky today. It has been an inspiration not only for jazz musicians, but also to funk, soul music, jazz funk and hip hop artists.


Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: Gettin to The Good Part

Duration: 06'12"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: pop/rock

Locomotive: false

Likes: 2; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 7A–6–121

Last play: 14/01/2019 at 22:49:13



Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: A change is gonna come

Duration: 08'49"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: jazz

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 11B–3–123

Last play: 07/12/2018 at 15:11:02



Artist: Herbie Hancock/Tina Turner

Title: Edith And The Kingpin

Duration: 06'29"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: jazz

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 8A–3–93

Last play: not played yet



Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: Trust Me

Duration: 05'49"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: jazz

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 7A–4–91

Last play: 09/01/2019 at 11:56:32



Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: Don't give up

Duration: 07'30"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: jazz

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 5B–3–157

Last play: 26/12/2018 at 02:35:22



Artist: Herbie Hancock

Title: I Thought It Was You

Duration: 08'59"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: wtf

Locomotive: false

Likes: 1; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 1A–6–117

Last play: 16/12/2018 at 13:19:55



Artist: Herbie Hancock/Eliane Elias

Title: I'll Be Home For Christmas

Duration: 02'52"

Quarantine: 31 days

Genre: christmas

Locomotive: false

Likes: 0; Dislikes: 0

Classification: 6B–2–119

Last play: not played yet




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