Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (Vinyl, LP, Album)

I made some small changes, played a little with the time, and staggered some of the phrases. As for the time, I played some phrases in five, some in seven. At the time, his son was going to a nursery school where the kids who behaved well in class came home on the first trip. The ones who acted up had to wait for the second trip. Some of the techniques in the writing of it.

There are times, for instance, when I sacrifice the vertical for the horizontal structure in going from one chord to another a few bars later, and the reason is to allow certain instruments to play a melodic line even though that line may involve some harmonic clashes. But I make sure those clashes have their own kind of validity and body. I had to figure out what they were afterwards. His whole attitude, the way he is, is kind of mysterious.

His music sounds like witchcraft. I feel I have to go on and write more for horns, explore more possibilities of textures.

And I keep hearing new things, and I have to find out what value they have, how they work out. It sounds clear to me that Speak Like A Child is an impressive further stage in the evolution of Herbie Hancock as writer and player. From the first time I heard him, I felt Herbie had a singular quality of incisive, searching lyricism.

And as his experience has deepened and become diversified, his music has become both more personal and more challenging. In Speak Like A Child , Herbie Hancock has created a durably pleasurable montage of those elements of childhood which remain in people who continue to be responsive, spontaneous, open to hope and to that sense of wonder that is essential to being fully alive. The Berkeley concert was incredible, with Albert Stinson now on bass.

The group was now beginning to burn like before, and Herbie was starting to add touches of his post-Miles style. For the months of June July and August, Miles would rent out the basement club and promote his own concerts. This gave Miles a rest and Herbie became available for sessions. However, I had to replace this item twice because the sound on side A is very bad; there are scratchy and crackling noises on over 20 places.

The third copy I got is still the same. Is this a cutting defect? Does this mean all copies printed are like this? I am tempted to buy another copy from another seller in the hope that the copy is from another batch that has been pressed with a better master. Does this make sense? Anyone, please chime in and help me out. Speaks Like A Child is one of the top ten all-time jazz pieces.

It always sends chill up my spine and makes me tear-up. I've previously owned this on vinyl and am happy to buy the DVD.

Great writing, great playing. Herbie's always been the guy in my time. One person found this helpful. I bought this for a friend and he was very happy, said it is just what he wanted.

Excellent record See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. Download as PDF Printable version. Van Gelder Studio , Englewood Cliffs. Blue Note BST Speak Like a Child The Prisoner Herbie Hancock. Retrieved 28 February The Quintet V.

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Does this make sense? Anyone, please chime in and help me out. Speaks Like A Child is one of the top ten all-time jazz pieces. It always sends chill up my spine and makes me tear-up. I've previously owned this on vinyl and am happy to buy the DVD. Great writing, great playing. Herbie's always been the guy in my time. One person found this helpful. I bought this for a friend and he was very happy, said it is just what he wanted. Excellent record See all reviews.

Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. Report abuse. Always a good thing. The product is a musical compact disc. I listen to a lot of music, This is a good addition to my collection.

Nov 13,  · referencing Speak Like A Child, LP, Album, RE, RM, BST , B, I got my copy in March , and much to my surprise, it's excellent. The record sounds good, it's flat, no defects/5().

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  1. Jun 29,  · Original release with "A DIVISION OF LIBERTY RECORDS, INC." on white / blue labels. Recorded on March 6, (tracks A1 to A3) and on March 9, (tracks B1 to B3). Original copies came in "Unipak" styled cover/5(99).
  2. Released in , Speak Like a Child is Herbie Hancock's sixth Blue Note album. Featuring Ron Carter on bass, Mickey Roker on drums, Peter Phillips on bass trombone, Jerry Dodgion on alto flute and Thad Jones on flugelhorn/5(72).
  3. Speak Like a Child is Herbie Hancock’s first album as a leader for Blue Note since Maiden Voyage, and it represents a further extension of discoveries Herbie made during that preceding journey. It is related to Maiden Voyage, Herbie notes, “in a way none of my previous albums were related to each other.
  4. Label: Blue Note - BST 84 K • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Modal, Post Bop, Hard Bop Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5.
  5. speak like a child LP Herbie Hancock Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 66 ratings. See all 28 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. This album has been one of my favorite Herbie Hancock recordings of all time and the music is more than excellent/5(66).
  6. Nov 13,  · Label: Blue Note - BST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Post Bop, Contemporary Jazz Herbie Hancock - Speak Like A Child (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(15).
  7. This review is NOT for the music. This album has been one of my favorite Herbie Hancock recordings of all time and the music is more than excellent. However, I had to replace this item twice because the sound on side A is very bad; there are scratchy and crackling noises on over 20 places. The third copy I got is still the same/5(65).
  8. One of the most beautiful and unusual albums in Herbie Hancock's vast discography, this set features a trio with Ron Carter and Mickey Roker supported by an unusual horn section (Thad Jones on fluegelhorn, Peter Phillips on bass trombone and Jerry Dodgion on alto flute) that does not solo but provides inventive Gil Evans-inspired voicings/5(72).

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