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Herbie Hancock

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Succotash
Herbie Hancock
7:40
2
Triangle
Herbie Hancock
11:01
3
Jack Rabbit
Herbie Hancock
6:00
4
Mimosa
Herbie Hancock
8:39
5
A Jump Ahead
Herbie Hancock
6:36
Total Playing Time    39:56
"... an important recording for its structural sophistication and high quality of the piano improvisations ..."
- All About Jazz

"... you can hear the authority and the creativity with which Herbie brings his own thing to that groove ..."
- Jazz.com

Herbie Hancock's third album, released in 1964, explores Latin swing with a small quartet consisting of bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Willie Bobo and percussionist Osvaldo "Chihuahua" Martinez who plays a key role adding Latin traditional flavours on conga, bongo and guiro. The result is an album that combines danceable, grooving rhythms with a healthy does of the blues.

This album has been re-released under the title Succotash in the 1970s.
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