Herbie Hancock records his sixteenth album : ‘Dedication’ during a solo concert in Tokyo (1974)

Herbie Hancock’s ‘Dedication’ is his sixteenth album as a solo artist, recorded on July 29, 1974 and released In September 21, 1974 by Columbia.

Track Listing : 1.Maiden Voyage (Herbie Hancock) – 07:44 . 2.Dolphin Dance (Herbie Hancock) – 11:18 . 3.Nobu (Herbie Hancock) – 07:39 . 4.Cantaloupe Island (Herbie Hancock) – 13:57

Musicians : Herbie Hancock – Piano, Fender Rhodes, Arp Pro Soloist, Arp Odyssey, Arp 3604, Arp 2600, Arp Pe-Iv String Ensemble

Production : Produced By David Rubinson . Tamoo Suzuki – Engineer

Package : Shigeo Anzai – Photography . Teruhisa Tajima – Design . Shuichi Yoshida – Design

Recorded On July 29, 1974 At Koseinekin Hall, Tokyo.

Released In September 21, 1974 By Columbia.


JazzGtrDude @ RateYourMusic
There are some really cool moments here but then there are also moments that are a bit droning. I def would not avoid this album. However, in my opinion, it could have been ‘upped’ a notch. […]

This would be the first of several Japan-only Hancock albums from the ’70s, an indication that Japanese jazz fans were (and perhaps still are) far more open-minded and free-spending than their American counterparts. […]

Herbie Hancock’s ‘Dedication’


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