Tag Archives: Herbie Hancock

Episode08 Jazz

1. St Germain – So Flute, Blue Note
2. Lou Donaldson – Donkey Walk, Blue Note
3. Sonny Rollins – Tenor Madness, Prestige
4. Wayne Shorter – Down in the Depths, Vee Jay
5. Herbie Hancock – Triangle, Blue Note
6. Miles Davis – Dear Old Stockholm, Blue Note
7. Wayne Shorter – Lost, Blue Note
8. Sonny Rollins Ee-Ah, Prestige
9. Donald Byrd – Here Am I, Blue Note
10. Sonny Rollins – I´m an old Cowhand, Contemporary
11. Don Patterson – Rosetta, Prestige
12. Don Patterson – Darben the Redd Foxx, Prestige

Episode10 Soul

1. Mayer Hawthorne – I Need You, Stones Throw
2. HE3 Project – Just Like Magic, Family Groove
3. the Stars Beams – Disco Tromp, Trans Air
4. Herbie Hancock – Virtual Hornets, Columbia
5. Leroy Hutson – Feel the Spirit, Eastend
6. Curtis Mayfield – Move on Up, Buddah
7. Chico Hamilton – Homeward, Columbia
8. James Brown – Why I Treated So Bad, Polydor
9. Fred Wesley and the J.B.´S – Damn Right I´m Somebody, People
10. Johnny Hammond – Los Conquistadores Chocolates, Eastend
11. the Isley Brothers – Cold Bologna, TNeck
12. the Kay Gee´s – Wondering, Gang Records

Episode06 Jazz

1. Cliff Jordan and John Gilmore – Billie´s Bounce, Blue Note
2. Charlie Parker – Hot House, Jazz Beat
3. Maceo Parker – Lady Luck, ESC Records
4. Maceo Parker – I Remember Mr. Banks, House of the Fox
5. Miles Davis Quintet – If I Were A Bell, Prestige
6. Jimmy Smith – I Got A Woman, Metro
7. George Braith – Mary Ann, Ble Note
8. Kenny Rice and Richard Martin ft. Nat Adderley – Nat´s Tune, Promo
9. Herbie Hancock – Hot Piano, Continental Records
10. Lee Morgan – Twice Around, Blue Note
11. Miles Davis – Stella By Starlight, Columbia
12. Cannonball Adderley – Straight, No Chaser, Jazz Wax Records

Episode04 Jazz

1. Herbie Hancock – Maiden Voyage, Blue Note
2. Miles Davis – If I Where a Bell, Columbia Jazz
3. Barbara & Ernie – Searching the Circle, Fallout
4. Cannonball Adderley – the End of a Love Affair, High Fidelity
5. Lionel Hampton – Blues for Norman, Metro Records
6. Herbie Hancock – Fat Albert Rotunda, Warner Bros
7. Lee Morgan – Tom Cat, Blue Note
8. George Braith – Braith-A-Way, Blue Note
9. Buck Clayton & Big Joe Turner – Too Late, Fontana
10. Coleman Hawkins – Exactly Like You, Pablo Records
11. Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – War, Not on label
12. Steve Grossman – Katonah, P.M. Records

Episode03 Jazz

1. Cannonball Adderley – Stay on it, Jazz Wax Records
2. Jules Deelder – Jazz Is, Roach Records
3. Sonny Red – the Lope, Blue Note
4. Don Patterson – Hump Snapa Blues, Prestige
5. Herbie Hancock – Mimosa, Blue Note
6. Miles Davis – Black Comedy, Columbia
7. Sammy Price – Shorty Needs A Mademoiselle, Jazz Anthology
8. Buddy Tate – Tenderly, Riff
9. Hard Hitting – Hard Work, Sonorama Records
10. Lee McDonald – I´ll Do Anything For You, Favorite
11. Sun Ra – Kingdom of  Thunder, Saturn
12. Cannonball Adderley– Them Dirty Blues, Capitol

Herbie Hancock

Herbie HancockHerbie Hancock is a true icon of modern music. Throughout his explorations, he has transcended limitations and genres while still maintaining his unique, unmistakable voice. Herbie’s success at expanding the possibilities of musical thought has placed him in the annals of this century’s visionaries. With an illustrious career spanning five decades, he continues to amaze audiences and never ceases to expand the public’s vision of what music, particularly jazz, is all about today.

Herbie Hancock’s creative path has moved fluidly between almost every development in acoustic and electronic jazz and R&B since 1960. He has attained an enviable balance of commercial and artistic success, arriving at a point in his career where he ventures into every new project motivated purely by the desire to expand the boundaries of his creativity.

There are few artists in the music industry who have gained more respect and cast more influence than Herbie Hancock. As the immortal Miles Davis said in his autobiography, “Herbie was the step after Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk, and I haven’t heard anybody yet who has come after him.”



Herbie Hancock – the Spook who sad by the Door, Blue Note

Herbie Hancock – Ostinato(Sweet for Angela), Warner Bros Records

Herbie Hancock – Mimosa, Blue Note

Herbie Hancock – Maiden Voyage, Blue Note

Herbie Hancock – Fat Albert Rotunda, Warner Bros

Herbie Hancock – Hot Piano, Continental Records

Herbie Hancock – Virtual Hornets, Columbia

Herbie Hancock – Triangle, Blue Note

Episode01 Jazz

1. Fela Anikulapo Kuti – Colonial Mentality, Arista
2. Les Freres Smith – Smithian Steppaz, Melting Pot
3. Cannonball Adderley – Something ´Else, Blue Note
4. Al Johnson – Back for more, Columbia
5. Sun Ra – Ankhnaton, Saturn Records
6. Herbie Hancock – The Spook who sas by the Door, Blue Note
7. Dusty Keep it Raw, Loco Para la Pista, Jazz & Milk
8. Gerardo Frisina ft. Candela All Stars – Es Diferente, Schema
9. Freddie Hubbard – Open Sesame, Blue Note
10. Herbie Hancock – Ostinato(Sweet for Angela), Warner Bros Records
11. Miles Davis – Splatch, Warner Bros Records
12. Donald Byrd – The Cat Walk, Blue Note

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