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Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project (2010)

Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project (2010)

Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project / Live at The Montreux Jazz Festival (2010). Love seeing the joy on Herbie’s face when he plays with youngsters like Tal Wilkenfeld here on bass. The great Greg Phillinganes and Vinnie Colaiuta with Lionel Loueke plays with them too! What an awesome combination of amazing players! Herbie is always on top, his music defies musical vision, mixing musical characteristics of cultures from around the world.

Herbie Hancock – Montreux Jazz Festival (2010)

Herbie Hancock – Montreux Jazz Festival (2010) #jazz #fusion01. Actual Proof02. Imagine 03. Seven Teens 04. Watermelon Man 05. Tamatant Tilay/Exodus 06. Court and Spark 07. Chameleon Herbie Hancock: Piano, KeyboardsVinnie Colaiuta: DrumsTal Wilkenfeld: BassLionel Loueke: GuitarGreg Phillinganes: KeyboardsKristina Train: Vocals

Опубликовано Jazz Blues Rock Online Среда, 8 апреля 2020 г.

Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project (2010)

01. Actual Proof
02. Imagine 
03. Seven Teens 
04. Watermelon Man 
05. Tamatant Tilay / Exodus 
06. Court and Spark 
07. Chameleon 

Herbie Hancock: Piano, Keyboards
Vinnie Colaiuta: Drums
Tal Wilkenfeld: Bass
Lionel Loueke: Guitar
Greg Phillinganes: Keyboards
Kristina Train: Vocals

Herbie Hancock
www.herbiehancock.com

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