Herbie Hancock Septet - Live At The Boston Jazz Workshop download album
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With his growing interest in electronic music and gadgets, coupled with his love of Miles Davis' ground-breaking funk & rock informed BITCHES BREW, Herbie formed a sextet that would be able to explore the nether regions of jazz
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The sextet, later a septet with the addition of Gleeson, made three albums under Hancock's name: Mwandishi (1971), Crossings (1972) (both on Warner Bros. Records), and Sextant (1973) (released on Columbia Records); two more, Realization and Inside Out, were recorded under Henderson's name with essentially the same personnel. Also in 2001 Hancock partnered with Brecker and Roy Hargrove to record a live concert album saluting Davis and John Coltrane, entitled Directions in Music: Live at Massey Hall, recorded live in Toronto. The threesome toured to support the album, and toured on-and-off through 2005. Hancock performing in concert, 2006. Herbie Hancock star on Hollywood Walk of Fame. Michael Lington and Hancock at the entrance of the Playboy Jazz Festival. Herbie Hancock Article by . Shearn on the New York Jazz Workshop blog, November 2014.
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- Bass – Buster Williams
- Congas – "Scorch"
- Drums – Billy Hart
- Keyboards – Herbie Hancock
- Reeds – Bennie Maupin
- Synth – Dr. Pat Gleason*
- Trombone – Julian Priester
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Eddie Henderson
NotesRecorded live at the Jazz Workshop on March 22, 1973 and broadcast by WBCN-FM. Includes an 8-page booklet reprinting Crawdaddy Magazine's article on Hancock from June 1974 and some photos. Timings do not appear on the release.
Although not indicated on the release, the info circulating among collectors (and various Hancock and bootleg sites) is that "'Scorch' was a local guy who would sometimes sit in with visiting jazz groups," his real name unknown.
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- Barcode: 5297961901711
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