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   Takin' Off. Empyrean Isles



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Компания звукозаписи : Blue Note, Galactic, (ru)

Музыкальный стиль : Modal Music, Hard Bop

Время звучания : 1:14:36

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Piano - Bop)      

2 LP in 1CD

## 1-13 Takin' Off -1962

This CD reissues pianist Herbie Hancock's first album as a leader, a set best-known for introducing his catchy song "Watermelon Man." The release not only brings back the original hard bop-oriented program but adds three previously unissued alternate takes, including one of "Watermelon Man." The all-star quintet (which includes trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon, bassist Butch Warren and drummer Billy Higgins) sounds consistently inspired with Gordon just starting to be influenced by John Coltrane and Hubbard full of youthful fire. Even at this early stage, Herbie Hancock had his own original voice.

1. Watermelon Man (Hancock) - 7:09

2. Three Bags Full (Hancock) - 5:27

3. Empty Pockets (Hancock) - 6:09

4. The Maze (Hancock) - 6:45

5. Driftin' (Hancock) - 6:58

6. Alone Am I (Hancock) - 6:25

7. Watermelon Man [alternate take/*] (Hancock) - 6:33 - not on this CD

8. Three Bags Full [alternate take/*] (Hancock) - 5:31 - not on this CD

9. Empty Pockets [alternate take/*] (Hancock) - 6:27 - not on this CD

All Music Guide

## 11 - 14 1964 - Empyrean Isles (2 composition except)

My Point of View and Inventions and Dimensions found Herbie Hancock exploring the fringes of hard bop, working with a big band and a Latin-flavored percussion section, respectively. On Empyrean Isles, he returns to hard bop, but the results are anything but conventional. Working with cornetist Freddie Hubbard, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Tony Williams - a trio just as young and adventurous as he was - Hancock pushes at the borders of hard bop, finding a brilliantly evocative balance between traditional bop, soul-injected grooves and experimental, post-modal jazz. Hancock's four original concepts are loosely based on the myths of the Empyrean Isles, and they are designed to push the limits of the band and of hard bop. Even "Cantaloupe Island," well known for its funky piano riff, takes chances and doesn't just ride the groove. "The Egg," with its minimal melody and extended solo improvisations, is the riskiest number on the record, but it works because each musician spins inventive, challenging solos that defy convention. In comparison, "One Finger Snap" and "Oliloqui Valley" (alternate takes of both tracks are included as bonuses on the CD reissue) adhere to hard bop conventions, but each song finds the quartet vigorously searching for new sonic territory with convincing fire. That passion informs all of Empyrean Isles, a record that officially established Hancock as a major artist in his own right.

All Music Guide


  Соисполнители :

Anthony Williams (Drums)
Billy Higgins (Drums)
Butch Warren (Bass)
Dexter Gordon (Tenor Saxophone)
Freddie Hubbard (Trumpet)
Ron Carter (Bass)


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   1 Watermelon         0:07:12  
   2 Three Bang Full         0:05:29  
   3 Empty Pockets         0:06:13  
   4 The Maze         0:06:49  
   5 Driftin'     T       0:07:00  
   6 Alone And I         0:06:29  
   7 One Finger         0:07:20 Herbert Hancock
   8 Oliloqui Valley         0:08:29 -"-
   9 Cantaloupe Island         0:05:32 -"-
   10 The Egg         0:14:01 -"-

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 T   'щелкнуть' - переход к тексту композиции.

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