Herbie Hancock Speak Like a Child

Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (1968/2013) [Official Digital Download - 24bit/192kHz]

Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (1968/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 37:01 minutes | 1,3 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Digital booklet

Speak Like A Child is Herbie Hancock’s 1968 masterpiece. It features a star-studded lineup, which includes Ron Carter, Mickey Roker, Jerry Dodgion, Thad Jones and Peter Phillips. It reached the Top Twenty on Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums and includes the hits, “The Sorcerer” and the title-track. This thought-provoking listen features Hancock’s signature lyrical playing and melodic brilliance.
Herbie Hancock - Speak Like a Child (Original Blue Note) Vinyl rip in 24 Bit/96 Khz + CD

Herbie Hancock - Speak Like a Child (1968)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz –> 16-bit/44kHz | FLAC (Tracks) , artworks | Stereo | 757 Mb, 210 Mb | 5% RAR Recovery
Styles: Jazz, Modal Jazz | RapidShare + FileServe Download
Blue Note Records BLP 84279 Mastered by Rudy Van Gelder

Between 1965's Maiden Voyage and 1968's Speak Like a Child, Herbie Hancock was consumed with his duties as part of the Miles Davis Quintet, who happened to be at their creative and popular peak during those three years. When Hancock did return to a leadership position on Speak Like a Child, it was clear that he had assimilated not only the group's experiments, but also many ideas Miles initially sketched out with Gil Evans. Like Maiden Voyage, the album is laid-back, melodic, and quite beautiful, but there are noticeable differences between the two records. Hancock's melodies and themes have become simpler and more memorable, particularly on the title track, but that hasn't cut out room for improvisation.
Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (1968) {2005 BN Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}

Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (1968) {2005 BN Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 312 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 124 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 22 Mb
© 2005 Blue Note / Capitol | 7243 8 75335 2 3 | 24-bit remaster
Jazz / Hard Bop / Piano


Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (1968) {2005 BN Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}

Between 1965's Maiden Voyage and 1968's Speak Like a Child, Herbie Hancock was consumed with his duties as part of the Miles Davis Quintet, who happened to be at their creative and popular peak during those three years. When Hancock did return to a leadership position on Speak Like a Child, it was clear that he had assimilated not only the group's experiments, but also many ideas Miles initially sketched out with Gil Evans. Like Maiden Voyage, the album is laid-back, melodic, and quite beautiful, but there are noticeable differences between the two records. Hancock's melodies and themes have become simpler and more memorable, particularly on the title track, but that hasn't cut out room for improvisation.
Herbie Hancock – Speak Like A Child (1968)(Blue Note)(CDP 746136 2)

Herbie Hancock – Speak Like A Child (1968)(Blue Note)(CDP 746136 2)

Herbie Hancock – Speak Like A Child (1968)(Blue Note)(CDP 746136 2)
1968 | Jazz | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers(400Dpi) | 187Mb+11Mb

In the midst of his stint working for Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock released two of his finest albums, 1965's Maiden Voyage and 1968's Speak Like a Child. Though the earlier disc may boast stronger players and more innovative compositions, on Speak Hancock's true lyrical sensibilities come into light. The Carter-penned "First Trip" lets Hancock loose on the ivories, "Goodbye to Childhood" is meditative, and "The Sorcerer"–written by Hancock for Davis himself–swings. Thad Jones on flügelhorn, Peter Phillips on bass trombone, and Jerry Dodgion on alto flute all deliver impressive performances but Hancock–setting a tone for his fusion experiments to follow–steals the show.

Herbie Hancock: Speak Like A Child  

Posted by zerumuga at Dec. 4, 2007
Herbie Hancock: Speak Like A Child

Herbie Hancock: Speak Like A Child
Jazz | 1968 | MP3 320Kbps | Time 36:51 | Front Cover
Herbie Hancock - Mr. Hands (1980/2008/2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Herbie Hancock - Mr. Hands (1980/2008/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 39:58 minutes | 887 MB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Front cover

Mr. Hands was originally released in 1980 and is Herbie Hancock's thirtieth album. It was one of the last albums on which Hancock played more "straight" electric jazz before moving on to focus more on R&B influences. The track "4 A.M." features the late great bassist Jaco Pastorius.
Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage (1965/2012) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage (1965/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 42:17 minutes | 1,97 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Digital booklet

GRAMMY Award-winning artist and music icon Herbie Hancock unleashed a monumental work in 1965 with Maiden Voyage. The captivating concept album displayed his intuitive talents as a pianist, composer and innovator. The release was a ground-breaking demonstration of lyrical jazz blended with riveting hard bop. This star-studded affair includes music legends Freddie Hubbard, George Coleman, Ron Carter and Anthony Williams. Influenced by his experience with the Miles Davis Quintet, the album featured provocative solos, tonal textures and rich harmonies. Included on the album are the now standards, “Maiden Voyage,” “The Eye of the Hurricane,” and “Dolphin Dance.” In 1999, the album was inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame.
Herbie Hancock - Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (1994/2016) [24bit/192kHz]

Herbie Hancock - Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (1994/2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 125:04 minutes | 5,32 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

This release includes Herbie Hancock's music from 1969-1971 for the Warner Brothers label, released originally as three albums, one of Herbie Hancock's most creative periods. The earliest album, Fat Albert Rotunda, features a fine sextet highlighted by tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, like Hancock a master at maintaining strong rhythmic grooves while stretching outward. The later music, with a regularly working band, becomes increasingly expansive and exploratory. Like Miles Davis on Bitches Brew, Hancock was increasingly interested in layering rhythms and textures, emphasizing percussion, electric keyboards, and potent soloists, and broadening his palette of sounds to eventually include synthesizers. There are significant contributions from the inspiring drummer Billy Hart and some potent, if neglected, soloists in multireed player Bennie Maupin (also on Bitches Brew) and trombonist Julian Priester (a Sun Ra associate), who also provided the extended compositions "Water Torture" and "Wandering Spirit Song," respectively. This is a sometimes overlooked period in Hancock's music, bracketed by the quality of his earlier acoustic music, both with Davis and as a leader on Blue Note, and his later commercial success, but it's some of his most innovative work.

Herbie Hancock - Mr. Funk: 1972-1988 The Columbia Years (1998)  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Jan. 19, 2017
Herbie Hancock - Mr. Funk: 1972-1988 The Columbia Years (1998)

Herbie Hancock - Mr. Funk: 1972-1988 The Columbia Years (1998)
Jazz, Jazz-Funk | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans-300dpi (JPEG) | 76:43 Min | 508,48 Mb
Label: Sony Music Entertainment (France) S.A. | Released: 1998-10-19

Opening with the Head Hunters version of "Watermelon Man" and closing with the electro-embracing crossover hit, "Rockit," Mr. Funk is a semi-random skip across Hancock's Columbia recordings, and it technically spans 1973-1983 (at least going by release dates), rather than the 1972-1988 range printed on its cover.
Herbie Hancock - The Best Of (The Blue Note Years) (1988) Reissue 1995 [Repost, New Rip]

Herbie Hancock - The Best Of (The Blue Note Years) (1988) Reissue 1995
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 396 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 161 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Hard Bop, Post-Bop, Piano Jazz, Modal | Blue Note | # CDP 7 91142 2, 0777 7 91142 2 1 | 01:03:47

Mirroring his onetime boss and mentor Miles Davis' own protean output, Herbie Hancock has explored hard bop, soul-jazz, fusion, funk-rock, soundtracks, hip-hop-inflected pop ("Rockit"), and many permutations in between. His early work for Blue Note, though, offers the best entrée for newcomers. Compiled from five of his albums for the label and covering a period from 1962-1968, this fine sampler includes highlights from his debut, Takin' Off ("Watermelon Man"), the classic Maiden Voyage (the title track and "Dolphin Dance"), and the early electric album Speak Like a Child (the title track and "Riot"). Add to this more indelible cuts like "Cantaloupe Island" and "One Finger Snap," not to mention the presence of numerous '60s jazz luminaries (Dexter Gordon, Freddie Hubbard, Thad Jones, Hank Mobley, Billy Higgins, et al.), and you have perfect way to get a taste of some of the best modern jazz committed to wax.