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FREDDIE HUBBARD
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CLARK TERRY
KEYBOARDS
FIRST
NEWCOMER
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ELECTRIC
AGE
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Definitions

  1. Herbie Hancock is a master of that…and Quincy Jones is the ultimate master.
  2. Herbie Hancock is a true icon of modern music.
  3. Herbie Hancock is a piano jazz legend, Wayne Shorter is a saxophone great, and Dave Holland is a classic bassist. (Web site)
  4. Herbie Hancock is a kindred spirit with Joni Mitchell; they are both restless musicians, always in search of a new direction, inspired by beauty and truth.
  5. Herbie Hancock is a jazz pianist with a lesser known passion for all things electronic.

Development

  1. Murphy is a jazz pianist and faculty member at the Peabody Conservatory, where instruction in Herbie Hancock is a recent development.

Young Herbie Hancock

  1. Filling in for him for the engagement (at the Birdhouse in Chicago) was a young Herbie Hancock, who became his permanent replacement. (Web site)

Gambarini

  1. Since then, Gambarini performed with many major jazz artist such as Herbie Hancock, Christian McBride, and Toots Thielemans, touring worldwide. (Web site)

Herbie Hancock Record

  1. This brings me to a Herbie Hancock record, Thrust, that opens with a track, "Palm Grease," one of the funkiest grooves on record. (Web site)

Herbie Hancock Developed

  1. Herbie Hancock developed a new approach to harmonization that was based as much on sounds as on any conventional theoretical underpinning.

Jazz Fusion

  1. Daytona-based jazz rock band Sonic Playground will lay down some acid jazz fusion in the vein of Herbie Hancock and Tony Williams.

Avec Herbie Hancock

  1. En 1964, il intègre le nouveau quintette de Miles Davis (trompette) avec Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (basse) et Tony Williams (batterie). (Web site)

Ainda Em 1974

  1. Ainda em 1974, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock e Milton Nascimento gravam Native Dancer, um marco da colaboração entre a música brasileira e o jazz. (Web site)

Album Paying Tribute

  1. On the same day, Herbie Hancock, a longtime associate and friend of Mitchell's, released River: The Joni Letters, an album paying tribute to Mitchell's work.

Weather Report

  1. Use this web site to find informaiton on Jazz-Fusion groups and leaders like Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Weather Report, Mahavishnu Orchestra, etc.

Freddie Hubbard

  1. His zenith came in the mid Sixties, most compellingly here in company with Herbie Hancock and Freddie Hubbard. (Web site)

Joe Henderson

  1. By 1964 the man who'd made a star of Jimmy Smith was recording cutting-edge players such as Eric Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Andrew Hill and Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Jack Dejohnette

  1. Since then, the tenor and soprano saxophonist has performed and recorded with other jazz stars such as, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock and Kenny Barron. (Web site)

Influential Jazz Pianist

  1. Herbie Hancock is arguably the most influential jazz pianist since the late Bill Evans.

Headhunters Band

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

Performing

  1. They have grown with recognition while regularly performing with such notables as Herbie Hancock (Richie Barshay) and Donald Harrison (The Curtis Brothers).

Sunlight

  1. Herbie Hancock defined instrumental jazz-funk music in the 70's and 80's with his albums Thrust, Man-Child, Secrets, Sunlight, Mr. Hands, and Flood.
  2. As I was rummaging through them, I came across a Herbie Hancock record called "Sunlight". (Web site)

Oscar

  1. The music for the film won an Oscar for musical director, Herbie Hancock. (Web site)
  2. With an Oscar and 12 Grammy awards to his credit, Herbie Hancock is a true icon of modern American music. (Web site)

Shorter

  1. Shorter then joined Miles Davis 's remarkable mid-1960s group, which included Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter (b. (Web site)

Musician

  1. Building on tradition, his imagination resonates with the innovation of a musician with the stature of Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Time

  1. It made remarks on Herbie Hancock at that time. (Web site)
  2. Happily for the company, Marsalis' group conception at that time was heavily influenced by the 1960s Davis band with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock.
  3. By the time he teamed with producer Bill Laswell in 1983, Herbie Hancock was already an influential jazz pianist who had broken significant musical ground.

Details

  1. Get details on Herbie Hancock 's background on the official VH1 website.

Years

  1. During these years he also composed prolifically and co-led groups with Freddie Hubbard and Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Davis

  1. Throughout the 90's, Davis toured with such notable jazz artists as Herbie Hancock, Dianne Reeves and Art Farmer.

Miles

  1. When Miles became interested in incorporating rock with jazz to produce his version of fusion, Herbie Hancock was more interested in electronics. (Web site)
  2. While with Miles, he frequently recorded with others, such as Eric Dolphy, Herbie Hancock, and Rivers.

Group

  1. Herbie Hancock had this to say of Shorter's tenure in the group: "The master writer to me, in that group, was Wayne Shorter. (Web site)
  2. Around this time Dolphy's pianist was occasionally the young Herbie Hancock, this group was recorded at the Illinois Concert and others. (Web site)

Blogs

  1. Herbie Hancock does not personally read or respond to posts, comments, blogs or notes that come into this site.

Videos

  1. Site offers intros and videos from Tipper Gore, Herbie Hancock, etc.
  2. Since it's weekend - I have a bit more time to spend exploring - Kanute says Herbie Hancock is a myth - so I looked around to find some videos.

Clark Terry

  1. Herbie Hancock serves as chairman; Wayne Shorter, Clark Terry and Jimmy Heath sit on the board of trustees. (Web site)
  2. There he had the privilege to share the stage with Herbie Hancock and Clark Terry.

Keyboards

  1. But I sound like Miles Davis on muted trumpet and Herbie Hancock on keyboards.

First

  1. It is the first of Davis' albums to incorporate electric instruments, with Herbie Hancock and Ron Carter playing electric piano and bass guitar.

Newcomer

  1. During that same year, Pearson became ill before a Byrd-Adams show, and a newcomer named Herbie Hancock took over for him.

Jazz Greats

  1. She worked closely with jazz greats including Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Herbie Hancock, and on a 1979 record released after his death, Charles Mingus.

Electric

  1. Herbie Hancock would occasionally appear on records by the "Electric" Miles Davis bands. (Web site)

Age

  1. It was the music of Herbie Hancock that lit a fire in John at an early age.

Duets

  1. Her 1995 album Solos and Duets featured a brilliantly executed duet with Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Solos

  1. It contains many examples of lines from recorded solos by John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, and other modern players. (Web site)
  2. Most of the overtly jazz-influenced material comes in the form of solos from Herbie Hancock and Bennie Maupin.

Songs

  1. Although it is doubtful that any of these songs will ever become a jazz standard, Herbie Hancock has successfully created a memorable set of "new" music.

Discography

  1. DownBeat.com: Herbie Hancock - Includes a biography, photo gallery, a discography, and two articles from Down Beat Magazine. (Web site)

Work

  1. Bill Laswell, produced for Motrhead, Herbie Hancock, and many others John Leckie, best known for his work with Stone Roses, Magazine, and Bill Nelson.
  2. Herbie Hancock suggested this analogy during an interview concerning his work with Miles Davis in the late sixties. (Web site)
  3. Numbers will include work by Christian McBride, Herbie Hancock and original material.

Recording Studio

  1. Herbie Hancock also maintains a thriving career outside the performing stage and recording studio. (Web site)

Working

  1. He toured with Herbie Hancock (a double LP resulted), continued working with Blakey, signed with Columbia, and recorded his first album as a leader. (Web site)
  2. In the late '40s, he incorporated Bop into his sound and continued to grow, working with such modernists as Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Diana Ross

  1. As a top session and touring musician in the 1980s, Shelia E. performed with the likes of Herbie Hancock, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie. (Web site)

Dizzy Gillespie

  1. Jazz luminaries (he has executed definitive work with Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock and Andre Previn) won't go into a recording studio without him.
  2. A apresentação deu-lhe a aportunidade de conhecer astros como: Bobby Hutcherson, Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Morgan, Freddie Hubbard, Herbie Hancock e outros. (Web site)
  3. She has performed live with Dizzy Gillespie and Stevie Wonder, and opened shows for Maze and Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Playing

  1. He began playing with Herbie Hancock at age 18, and formed his current quartet in 1997.
  2. He made his final public performance on June 23 2006, playing with Herbie Hancock at Carnegie Hall.
  3. Allen, whose playing on this date sometimes is reminiscent of Herbie Hancock, always records music that grows in interest with each listen.

Jazz Musicians

  1. To this day, jazz musicians such as Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock collaborate with rappers, creating a sound that blurs genre lines.

Categories

  1. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Wayne Shorter
  2. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Chick Corea
  3. Arts > Music > Musicians > Miles Davis
  4. Culture > Arts > Music > Jazz
  5. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Bill Evans

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