Herbie Hancock :: Man With A Suitcase (A Compilation)


Speaking of ’70s era Herbie Hancock, last December Never Enough Rhodes put together a fifteen track compilation of the man and his electric Rhodes guesting on other artist’s work. From the notes: “I was listening to the blistering Herbie Hancock Rhodes solo in Joe Farrell’s fantastic cover of Stevie Wonder’s  “Too High”, and decided to compile some of my favourite Hancock electric piano tracks from other people’s albums – so here’s a selection from 1968-1978.”

Get it, before it’s gone, here. . .

Related: Herbie Hancock & the Headhunters :: 1974 — Bremen, Germany

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5 thoughts on “Herbie Hancock :: Man With A Suitcase (A Compilation)

  1. This group of songs is perhaps the best display of the piano of modern music. Hancock somehow appears to a greater sideman than individual. These songs are evidence!

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