Herbie Hancock - Feets, Don't Fail Me Now CD (album) cover


Herbie Hancock


Jazz Rock/Fusion

1.39 | 9 ratings

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1 stars This album is a real candidate to be a worst Hancock album ever. Even if for some periods Hancock intensively flirted with pop-funk, at least his technique of musicianship was always at the high level.

On Feet, Don't Fail Me Now we can find not very professional disco, with simple dance structures, Hancock vocal (even using of Vocoder didn't help!). Back up voices are in soul traditions, and all musicians are trying to make the music as accessible as it possible (they know for sure how to play better, in fact there all Hancock's classic team is presented).

All music sounds as semi-pro band playing in small town Saturday night disco. Very terrible! Happily, the album is only 40 minutes long.

snobb | 1/5 |


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