Record & CD Reviews - Herbie Hancock
Sextant (1972) by Herbie Hancock
Brother Wetlands (4/5): Wasn't able to properly sit through "Rain Dance" and "Hornets"- very experimental- but Hidden Shadows is absolute ge...
Head Hunters (1973) by Herbie Hancock
Daniel Riera (5/5): The Rhodes solo on Chameleon is my favorite Rhodes recording ever!
Thrust (1974) by Herbie Hancock
James Garfield (5/5): One word: Butterfly....
Flood (Headhunters Live) (1975) by Herbie Hancock
Rob Coops (5/5): Very funky , very live , low cheese-factor , must have for Herbie fans. Very driving drums and saxophone too.
Secrets (1976) by Herbie Hancock
Terje Ellefsen (4/5): While his earlier jazzfunk-works are more famous, this is his last real jazzfunk record. After this, he put his mark o...
Man-Child (1976) by Herbie Hancock
adrian480 (5/5): great funk album
Sunlight (1977) by Herbie Hancock
S K Koh (5/5): 'No means yes' is my favorite piece in this album.
Direct Step (1978) by Herbie Hancock
Nils (5/5): For the rabid audiophiles in Japan, Herbie Hancock went to Tokyo to record a direct-to-disc LP that later became one of the worl...
Mr. Hands (1980) by Herbie Hancock
Galen Shostac (4/5): I must say, this is not the greatest record that Herbie ever made; However, if you listen to the Rhodes solo on the tra...
Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (1994) by Herbie Hancock
Brian Mulholland (5/5): Totally underrated! Since these songs precede Herbie's foray into pop culture with his "Headhunters," many people ha...