Dezember 2019. Wie die Instrumente das überstanden haben, ist mir ein Rätsel. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Mr. Funk - Herbie Hancock on AllMusic - 2001 - Opening with the Head Hunters version of… It’s dedicated to Sly… but it wasn’t designed to indicate that the tune was influenced by his music or anything like that. Vorherige Seite verwandter Gesponserter Produkte, Nächste Seite verwandter Gesponserter Produkte. “The one thing that made this album original, was the fact that I didn’t have a guitar. Born April 12, 1940 in Chicago, Herbie Hancock began studying piano at the age of seven. But noticed my gut reaction was the same kind of hierarchical look of putting jazz on a pedestal. boy, this is one incredible sounding disc. ARP Odyssey – ARP released this analog, duo-phonic, compact studio version of the 2600 which featured the synthesizer and keyboard together as one piece of equipment. No distortions that I can ear. The quad mixes feature elements not heard in the stereo version, including an additional 2-second keyboard melody at the beginning of "Sly". Unfaßbar großartig. It was a musical reality that was happening, and jazz musicians could take almost nothing or anything and make music out of it. He would react to what we were playing. Mit Recht! "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. Kritiker bescheinigten Hancock damals, nach seinen z.T. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. Sure, it's not the most profound music Hancock ever consigned to record, based as it is mostly on simple, catchy grooves, but in terms of sheer joyfulness it's hard to beat, and it's also a much more successful fusion of jazz and funk than some of the other things emerging at this time (like Miles Davis's On the Corner). This is a fantastic work. There was a very open approach in the improvisations and in the structures in the tunes that allow for a lot of rhythmic, harmonic and melodic freedom.”, “Watermelon Man” was something Herbie had done with Donald Byrd about a decade earlier. Hancock had pushed avant-garde boundaries on his own albums and with Miles Davis, but he had never devoted himself to the groove as he did on Head Hunters. Diese Artikel werden von verschiedenen Verkäufern verkauft und versendet. That brought about what was later called ‘fusion’.” Herbie’s Head Hunters also added the colors of africa to their music. That was one thing that really impressed me about Miles’ playing. Fantastic pressing! Erfahren Sie mehr über Veröffentlichungen, Rezensionen, Mitwirkenden und Lieder von Herbie Hancock - Head Hunters auf Discogs. A product of Catero Sound Company, San Francisco, Originally released October 26, 1973 as Columbia LP KC-32731. Um aus diesem Karussell zu navigieren, benutzen Sie bitte Ihre Überschrift-Tastenkombination, um zur nächsten oder vorherigen Überschrift zu navigieren. Head Hunters was a key release in Hancock's career and a defining moment in the genre of jazz, and has been an inspiration not only for jazz musicians, but also to funk, soul music, jazz funk and hip hop artists. 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 recognizable intro featuring Bill Summers blowing into a beer bottle, an imitation of the hindewho, an instrument of the Mbuti Pygmies of Northeastern Zaire. I didn’t know it was going to be a combination jazz and funk at the time that we started off. He’s got all these concepts from African music that are really new to us.”, While the late ’60s-early ’70s was overwhelmed With screaming guitars, a la Jimi Hendrix, Hancock took a different approach. The answer was not so much to add a balance of stuff from Rock or R&B, although we touched on this with the albums Crossings and Sextant. As it evolved, I liked what it was. Lead by keyboard virtuoso Herbie Hancock, this group takes funk to a new level. The sound became electric. The album was also re-mixed for 4-channel quadraphonic sound in 1974. Hancock was accused of selling out, but it's clear from both this album's immediate predecessors (Sextant, Crossings) and as far back as Watermelon Man on Takin' Off and Cantaloupe Island on Empyrean Isles that Herbie was working towards this from the start, and that there was always a commercial / accessible side to his playing and writing. – ggf. “Head Hunters was a pivotal point in Herbie Hancock’s career, bringing him into the vanguard of jazz fusion. Unterstützen ihren Chef nicht nur als Hintergrundband, sie Peitschen ihn förmlich nach vorne, völlig entfesselt. Herbie played this instrument on his album Head Hunters in 1973. From the opening notes of the Pointers’ set, there was an immediate ecstatic reaction from the crowd, and by the end of their short set the audience was standing on its feet wanting more. It was a funky crossover bridge to the other side. That beat on ‘Chameleon’, nobody ever played that before. Headhunters, ein Geniestreich von vielen des großartigen H.H. It had all of the sensibilities of jazz, particularly in the way it wound off into long improvisations, but its rhythms were firmly planted in funk, soul, and R&B, giving it a mass appeal that made it the biggest-selling jazz album of all time (a record which was later broken). Harvey Swings his tail off. Der will spielen! Head Hunters | Herbie Hancock | 1973 | Full Album - YouTube It just looks like one of the US pressings with sharpie marks on it. Wählen Sie die Kategorie aus, in der Sie suchen möchten. Complete your Herbie Hancock collection. The album is a key release in Hancock's career and a defining moment in the genre of, Head Hunters is an album by Herbie Hancock, released in 1973 on Columbia Records. Der Artikel ist in folgender Variante leider nicht verfügbar. Wow, Headhunters! Es sollten noch weitere Großtaten folgen!!!!!! My response was, “Actually, yes.” – Herbie Hancock, December 1996. We lost the connection somehow. recht experimentellen vorangegangenen Alben nun eine "kommerziellere" Richtung eingeschlagen zu haben. I was beginning to feel that we (the sextet) were playing this heavy kind of music, and I was tired of everything being heavy. Head Hunters was a pivotal point in Herbie Hancock's career, bringing him into the vanguard of jazz fusion. Rezension aus Deutschland vom 7. It never ceases to amaze me, the full circle music (life) can take. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. Bill Summers also lived nearby. Head Hunters is an album by Herbie Hancock, released in 1973 on Columbia Records. The Artistry Of Freddie Hubbard / The Body And The Soul, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. “One of Miles’ greatest abilities was to be able to take a composition apart and take all the fat off of it, leave the lean, and leave a lot of room for improvisation. I received this as a gift for Christmas 2019 and, as I was saying "thank you thank you!" Hinzufügen war nicht erfolgreich. Herbie was struck by the energy and connection the Pointers had with the people, and resolved to find a way to reach a wider and more enthusiastic audience. 1996 Remastered Edition Liner Notes By Herbie Hancock: By the end of 1972, my feeling was that the sextet had reached a peak, and it sustained that peak for a while, and we tried to go beyond that, but it was like fighting uphill. It's particularly evident on the rump-bumpin’ “Chameleon,” and there's more than a subtle nod to Sly Stone on "Sly."