Herbie Hancock - Metal Beat / Karabali download mp3 album
Sound-System is the thirty-sixth album by jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and the second of three albums with the Rockit Band. The second of the three Rockit band albums, Sound-System was another smash for Herbie Hancock. Winning his second Grammy award for Best R&B Performance (his second-straight award), this album tried to capture the success of the previous Future Shock, with some more twists and turns.
Sunday, June 7, 2015. Herbie Hancock - Columbia Album Collection. Disc 1: Sextant (Columbia KC 32212, 1973). Rain Dance Hidden Shadows Hornets. Disc 10: The Herbie Hancock Trio (CBS/Sony 25AP 60 (JP), 1977) . Watch It Speak Like a Child Watcha Waitinâ€™ For Look (aka Harvest Time ) Milestones. The Quintet (Columbia C2 34976, 1977). Hardrock Metal Beat Karabali Junku People Are Changing Sound-System Metal Beat (Extended Version) (12? A-side – Columbia 44-04637, 1984). Disc 29: Herbie Hancock and Foday Musa Suso: Village Life (Columbia CK 39870, 1984). Moon/Light Ndan Ndan Nyaria Early Warning Kanatente. Disc 30: Round Midnight: Original Soundtrack (Columbia CK 40464, 1985).
Herbie Hancock – Karabali, 05:16. Herbie Hancock Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (1968). Herbie Hancock Earth Beat. Herbie Hancock Karabali. Herbie Hancock Watch It.
Band Name Herbie Hancock. Album Name Sound-System. Дата релиза Январь 1984. 5. People Are Changing. Other productions from Herbie Hancock. River: The Joni Letters.
Herbie Hancock - Sound-System - Karabali. Artist: Herbie Hancock. Album: The Electric Collection, 2013. Sound-System is the thirty-sixth album by jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and the second of three albums with the Rockit Band. Producers Bill Laswell Material Herbie Hancock.
Metal Beat continues Herbie's hip hop experimentations with more diverse sampling and beats. Karabali moves the album in a completely different direction from Future Shock, offering a fusion of jazz and world music. Junku then merges this with the hip hop experimentation by fusing world music and electro. People Are Changing shifts the album into R&B by offering what, to me, sounds like a Stevie Wonder inspired cover of Timmy Thomas' song (I think the original had a more Jimmy Cliff sound). Tracks like Hardrock and Metal Beat sound as if they were done during the Future Shock Sessions. Karabali, and Junku bring to mind Hancocks African sounding phases through his career. All put a very good set maybe though just a little too much like Future Shock.
|A||Metal Beat (Extended Version)||6:42|
- Producer – Bill Laswell, Herbie Hancock, Material
- Remix – François Kevorkian (tracks: A), John "Tokes" Potoker* (tracks: A)
|38-04633||Herbie Hancock||Metal Beat (7", Promo)||Columbia||38-04633||US||1984|
|44 04637||Herbie Hancock||Metal Beat (12")||Columbia||44 04637||US||1984|
|none||Herbie Hancock||Metal Beat (Remix) (2xAcetate, 12", S/Sided)||CBS Records||none||US||1984|
|BA 223239||Herbie Hancock||Metal Beat (7", Promo)||CBS||BA 223239||Australia||1984|
|38-04633||Herbie Hancock||Metal Beat / Karabali (7", Single)||Columbia||38-04633||US||1984|