1995
Label: Blue Note - CDP 7 84126 2,Blue Note - CDP 0777 7 84126 2 5 • Series: Blue Note Collectors Choice • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Repress • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Modal
Blind Man, Blind Man - Herbie Hancock - My Point Of View (CD, Album)

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 · Takin' Off was an impressive debut effort from Herbie Hancock, and his second record, My Point of View, proved that it was no fluke. Hancock took two risks with the album -- his five original compositions covered more diverse stylistic ground than his debut, and he assembled a large septet for the sessions; the band features such stellar musicians as trumpeter Donald Byrd, tenor saxophonist /10().

My Point of View is the second album by pianist Herbie Hancock. It was released in on Blue Note Records as BLP and BST

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3 Replies to “Blind Man, Blind Man - Herbie Hancock - My Point Of View (CD, Album)”

  1. “Blind Man, Blind Man” was Herbie’s sequel to “Watermelon Man,” the same inference to a street peddler, and a rock Solid groove. On April 1, , Kenny Dorham recorded an epic album for Blue Note, an album that captured the essence of Alfred Lion’s ideal sound.

  2. In my opinion, this is Herbie Hancock's best bluenote album. Blind Man, Blind Man is a rewrite of Watermellon Man, but the addition of guitar (Grant Green) and trombone (Grachan Moncur III) give the arrangement a more interesting edge. The next two songs, A Tribute To Someone and King Cobra are the best that Herbie ever wrote/5(53).

  3.  · Herbie Hancock recorded My Point of View, his sophomore album for Blue Note Records, on this day (March 19) in Its leadoff track, “Blind Man, Blind Man,” is a laid-back groover that provides ample room for Hancock’s ensemble to stretch out and get ted Reading Time: 50 secs.

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