Herbie hancock fat albert rotunda


From the late-‘60s through the mid-‘70s, Herbie’s music moved in parallel evolution to that of Miles, with the pair both deeply immersed in genre blurring electronic experimentation. Leaving Blue Note for Warner Bros, Herbie plugged his instrument in and radically changed his sound.

Although summery and mellow, the album was far from lounge music , with some extremely abstract and intense sections, particular in the latter half; it is also entirely instrumental beside the "Jus' keep on doin' it" chants of the opening track. Subsequent Hancock albums saw the addition of more vocoded lead vocals and disco influences.


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