Joe Henderson records ‘Power to the People’ with Herbie Hancock and Jack DeJohnette (1969)

Joe Henderson‘s ‘Power to the People’ is an album recorded on May 23 & 29, 1969 with among others Herbie Hancock, Jack DeJohnette and released in 1969 by Milestone.

Track Listing : 1.Black Narcissus (Joe Henderson) – 04:50 . 2.Afro-Centric (Joe Henderson) – 07:00 . 3.Opus One-Point-Five (Ron Carter) – 04:56 . 4.Isotope (Joe Henderson) – 04:53 . 5.Power To The People (Joe Henderson) – 08:42 . 6.Lazy Afternoon (Jerome Moross, John Latouche) – 04:33 . 7.Foresight And Afterthought (An Impromptu Suite In Three Movements) (Joe Henderson) – 07:33


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Musicians : Joe Henderson – Tenor Saxophone . Mike Lawrence – Trumpet On (2 – 5) . Herbie Hancock – Piano On (3 – 4 – 6), Electric Piano On (1 – 2 – 5) . Ron Carter – Bass . Jack Dejohnette – Drums

Production : Produced By Orrin Keepnews

Package : Steve Schapiro – Photography . Charles Stewart asterisques RVM– Photography . John Murello – Cover Design . John Kraus – Photography . Orrin Keepnews – Liner Notes . Larissa Collins – Art Direction

Recorded On May 23 & 29, 1969 At Plaza Sound Studios, New York City.

Released In 1969 By Milestone.

(Source Joe Henderson @ Wikipedia)

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