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MAN-CHILD

Herbie Hancock

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.65 | 39 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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4 stars It is called that Herbie is so-called "Electric Herbie" and has already been admitted his active album in the 70's was indeed music of the high level also in the world. The element of the transition might be contained a little as ..album.. overall impression. It might be guessed that there are a real intention for the listener and an opinion of unwilling when the flow of the work that he since "Head Hunters" announced is chased. The success in "Head Hunters" might have the impression that the diagram of Herbie=Head Hunters is established as the result for people. And, the album since "Head Hunters" might also have the fact that gives a very much or a loose impression when his work in the 70's is considered. However, it is guessed that they are considered to the end by the element of merits and demerits because other works were not obscured. It looks for space in which "Hang Up Your Hang Ups" and the tension to feel will be able to look for the color of Herbie ..this album.. whole in the fact though the route of Funk is strong. The world where Herbie indeed creates "Steppin' In It" in which Stevie Wonder participated is achieved. The world where the anacatesthesia overflows indeed in "Sun Touch" etc. is created. Giving a somewhat loose impression might look like the flow of "Secrets". However, it can know how they try a reformative, progressive creation in the route when listening to the activity at this time and the record of live.
Kazuhiro | 4/5 |

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