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THRUST

Herbie Hancock

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.07 | 73 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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4 stars It was 1972 that Herbie transfered the register to United States Colombia. In his work till then, of about three years, making his chaotic music and a progressive tune was the charms. And, Herbie suddenly came up with the route of Funk. The music that he established in "Head Hunters" influences all over the world with the impact. And, the album produced in shape to promote them further is this "Thrust".

The drum player has been changed to Mike Clark. And, this organization might be the best member at this time.

It is a route of Funk to the end for the music that this band weaves. This..band..for..perform..Music..further..Music..challenge..splendid..member..unite..quality..l oud tones..easy..finish.

"Palm Grease" advances by the rhythm by the composition of the demiquaver. The keyboard of Herbie causes his original space.

In "Actual Proof", fast Passage by the demiquaver is an impressive tune. It is often announced live. The band dashes in union.

In "Butterfly", the age of Electric Herbie might be especially a masterpiece. The tune collected to this album is original though this tune has various Version. The rhythm that progresses slowly advances toward a sensual direction a little in the element of Latin by the content melody. Work that SAX of Bennie is good is done.

"Spank-A-Lee" might be a tune that the route seen since this album is come up with. The creation of Herbie has gone out of development and the melody strongly to the end though the tune is a route of Funk.

It is music that can be enjoyed enough also with the unit even if it thinks as a set though it is an album located between "Head Hunters" and "Manchild". It might be a material necessary to research Herbie at this time.

Kazuhiro | 4/5 |

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