Herbie Hancock records his second album ‘My Point of View’ with 17 years old Tony Williams (1963)

Herbie Hancock’s ‘My Point of View’ is his second album recorded on March 19, 1963 with among others a 17 years old Tony Williams and released the same year by Blue Note .

Track Listing : 1.Blind Man, Blind Man (Herbie Hancock) – 08:19 . 2.A Tribute To Someone (Herbie Hancock) – 08:45 . 3.King Cobra (Herbie Hancock) – 06:55 . 4.The Pleasure Is Mine (Herbie Hancock) – 04:03 . 5.And What If I Don’T (Herbie Hancock) – 06:35

Reid Miles

Musicians : Herbie Hancock – Piano . Donald Byrd – Trumpet . Grachan Moncur Iii – Trombone . Hank Mobley – Tenor Saxophone . Grant Green – Guitar . Chuck Israels – Bass . Tony Williams – Drums

Production : Produced By Alfred Lion Rudy Van Gelder – Engineer

Package : Reid Miles asterisques RVM – Design, Photography

Recorded On March 19, 1963 At Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs.

Released In 1963 By Blue Note .


The closer And What if I Don’t finds the band working a relaxed, bluesy groove that gives them opportunities to spin out rich, tasteful solos. It’s a little more relaxed than Takin’ Off, but in its own way My Point of View is nearly as stunning. […]

KingChile96 @ RateYourMusic
My Point Of View is Herbie Hancock‘s sophomore albumand sure had a lot to live up to after the surprise success of his debut, Takin’ Off and its single, Watermelon Man. Even though My Point Of View is pretty much every bit as good as Takin’ Off, it’s still under appreciatedand I can’t figure out why that’s so. […]

Thanks to the following musicians : Yvan Jacques


Herbie Hancock’s ‘My Point of View’ on RVM [Radio.Video.Music]


Comments are closed.