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Definitions

  1. Headhunters was a pivotal point in Herbie Hancock's career, bringing him into the vanguard of jazz fusion.
  2. The Headhunters were eliminated from the tournament after fighting their opponents, Ivan Koloff and Nikita Koloff, to a double disqualification.
  3. In 1973, Headhunters, the second LP in his new deal with Columbia Records, became jazz's first platinum album.

Headhunters Band

  1. Herbie Hancock had a funk-infused band called the Headhunters band.

Hancock

  1. For the new album, Hancock assembled a new band, The Headhunters, of whom only Bennie Maupin had been a sextet member. (Web site)
  2. The HeadHunters band worked with Hancock on a number of other albums, including Thrust (1974), Man-Child (1975), Secrets (1976) and Sunlight (1977).

Fusion

  1. My other group, Sky Child, draws from funk and fusion such the Headhunters,the late 60s Miles Davis bands, and the Meters. (Web site)

Remote Parts

  1. Headhunters ruled the remote parts of the island until a century ago. (Web site)

Dayaks

  1. Before Dutch colonialists outlawed the practice in the late 19th century, the Dayaks had a well-deserved reputation as headhunters. (Web site)

Dayak

  1. Not all Dayak were headhunters. (Web site)

Herbie Hancock

  1. Herbie Hancock lead a funk-infused band called the Headhunters. (Web site)
  2. Mike Clark (October 3, 1946) is a jazz and funk drummer who is most noted for playing in the Headhunters band headed up by Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Headhunters

  1. Assists job seekers, employers, recruiters, headhunters, search & retainer firms, and employment agencies with the employment and outplacement process. (Web site)
  2. The backbone is formed by Mike Clark on drums and Paul Jackson on bass, the acclaimed rhythm section from Herbie Hancock 's Headhunters.

Categories

  1. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Herbie Hancock
  2. Mike Clark
  3. Job Seekers
  4. Recruiters
  5. Dayak
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