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1 rating: 5.0
Jazz album by Herbie Hancock
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Herbie Hancock's private voyage to Heaven

  • Apr 10, 2008
If ever there's a stairways to heaven, I want this music to be there with me.
Herbie is a genius with the keys. But you already know that and you certainly don't need me to remind you of the undisputed truth.
Just for a moment forget about categories. Don't think of Herbie as a jazz musician. He is a creative genius, period. Always was and always will be. My favorites are his trio recordings, either for Blue Note or CBS. But that's his jazz side.
This is more private. A session, just he, the piano and you. His most personal gift to us, his fans and music lovers.
Music is a universal language anybody can understand. Herbie is opening doors here. As if freed of boundaries, he is floating onto a cloud of notes - and he takes you with him!
His music, his playing the keys, it is a pure delight to the ears, your heart - and your imagination. This man is so creative with the instrument, ahh, what can I say, just get it!
I bought it the moment it came out as a Japanese pressing, but when I noticed they reissued it with a few extra takes I bought it again, to have on the side if ever I need a gift for someone dear.
Guess what, I ordered another one. The gift is still here, waiting for the right moment, but I wanted the extra takes for myself. They're that good!
Put it into your player and for a moment forget about the world. There is just sound, the sound of music, of Sonrisa (my favorite)

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Label: Sony
Artist: Herbie Hancock
Release Date: September 21, 2004

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