Herbie Hancock - Sextant mp3 album
Sextant is the eleventh studio album by Herbie Hancock, released in 1973 by Columbia. It is his last album with his early '70s Mwandishi-era Band. Released on March 30 1973, Sextant was Herbie Hancock's first album on Columbia Records. The album was Hancock's last with his Mwandishi-era group. All songs by Herbie Hancock.
When Herbie Hancock left Warner Bros. in 1971 after releasing three musically sound but critically and commercially underappreciated albums - The Crossing, Mwandishi, and Fat Albert's Groove - he was struggling. At odds with a jazz establishment that longed for his return to his Blue Note sound and a fierce consciousness struggle with free music and the full-on embrace of electricity since his tenure with Miles Davis, Hancock was clearly looking for a voice.
Sextant is a music studio album recording by HERBIE HANCOCK (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1973 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Album · 1973 · 3 Songs.
Band Name Herbie Hancock. 版公司 Columbia Records Sony Music Sony BMG. 音乐风格Jazz Rock.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). It's a useful album if you're a Hancock fan or one beginning to get into the contributions that this very important musician has made throughout his career. But do not, by any means, judge him on this one alone. Like Miles - on whom he had, in my opinion, just as great an influence as Miles had on him - it's impossible to pin his sound down to one period.
Is Sextant the best album by Herbie Hancock? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Sextant by Herbie Hancock (1973) Overall rank: 7,736th. Accolades: Top albums of 1973 (149th). Top albums of the 1970s (1,262nd). Best albums of all time (7,736th).
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- Recorded At – Wally Heider Studios
- Recorded At – Different Fur Studios
- Bass Trombone, Tenor Trombone, Trombone [Alto Trombone], Cowbell – Pepo (Julian Priester)*
- Congas, Bongos – Buck Clarke
- Drums – Jabali (Billy Hart)*
- Effects [Random Resonator] – Fundi (tracks: A1)
- Electric Bass [Fender Electric Bass With Wah-wah And Fuzz], Double Bass – Mchezaji (Buster Williams)*
- Engineer [Re-mix] – David Rubinson
- Mixed By [Special Monitor Mix] – Fundi
- Mixed By [Synthesizer, Mellotron] – John Vieira
- Painting [Cover] – Robert Springett
- Piano [Steinway], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Clavinet [Hohner D-6 With Fender Fuzz-wah And Echoples Dakha-di-bello], Mellotron, Handclaps – Mwandishi (Herbie Hancock)*
- Producer – David Rubinson And Friends Inc.*
- Recorded By – Fred Catero, Jerry Zatkin*, John Vieira
- Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piccolo Flute, Cabasa [Afuche], Kazoo [Hum-a-zoo] – Mwile (Benny Maupin)*
- Synthesizer [Arp 2600, Arp Soloist] – Dr. Patrick Gleeson* (tracks: A1)
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Mganga (Dr. Eddie Henderson)*
- Written-By – Herbie Hancock
NotesRecorded at Wally Heiders, San Francisco and Different Fur Trading Co., San Francisco.
(C)1973 Hancock Music Company BMI
(C)1973 CBS, Inc.
(P)1973 CBS, Inc.
|KC 32212||Herbie Hancock||Sextant (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 32212||US||1973|
|CK 64983||Herbie Hancock||Sextant (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Columbia, Legacy||CK 64983||Europe||1998|
|SOPL 190||Herbie Hancock||Sextant (LP, Album)||CBS/Sony||SOPL 190||Japan||1973|
|KC 32212, C 32212||Herbie Hancock||Sextant (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Columbia, Columbia||KC 32212, C 32212||US||Unknown|
|CK 64983, 64983-S1||Herbie Hancock||Sextant (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Columbia, Legacy, Columbia||CK 64983, 64983-S1||US||1998|