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Herbie Hancock

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1
Blind Man, Blind Man
Herbie Hancock
8:17
2
A Tribute To Someone
Herbie Hancock
8:43
3
King Cobra
Herbie Hancock
6:53
4
The Pleasure Is Mine
Herbie Hancock
4:02
5
And What If I Don't Know
Herbie Hancock
6:33
Total Playing Time    34:28
"... King Cobra demands to be heard again and again."
- JazzShelf.org

"Hot on the heels of his debut album Hancock piled on the punishment with another must-have recording ..."
- London Jazz Collector

Herbie Hancock's second album, released in 1963, was his follow-up to the unexpected phenomenal success of his debut from the year before, Takin' Off. While it shared some similarities to its predecessor, the always innovative Hancock broke new ground on this album. On songs like King Cobra he expanded the definition and boundaries of what was considered jazz back then. This album was recorded just prior to Hancock joining Miles Davis's "second great quintet."
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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