Herbie Hancock - Dis Is Da Drum FLAC album
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In the 1970s, Herbie Hancock created a successful blend of jazz improvisation and contemporary funk rhythms in a succession of albums beginning with the classic Head Hunters. On Dis Is Da Drum, Hancock once again takes a dive into contemporary rhythms, in this case mid-'90s hip-hop. While the blend was not as commercially successful this time around as his crossover forays of twenty years earlier had been, the resulting music still proves to be well worth checking out.
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Band Name Herbie Hancock. Album Name Dis Is Da Drum. Labels Universal Music Group Mercury Records Island Records. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album3. 1. Call It '95. 2. Dis Is da Drum. 4. Melody (On the Deuce by 44).
Dis Is Da Drum is a music studio album recording by HERBIE HANCOCK (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1994 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. DIS IS DA DRUM is often described as the perfect party jazz album and that is a statement that i am totally on board with. This is indeed a nice cocktail lounge cornucopia of sounds that works so well as background music but with enough savoir-faire to please jazz musicians who are keen to notice all the details.
Dis Is da Drum is Herbie Hancock's thirty-ninth album and his first solo album since leaving Columbia Records Tracks like Bo Ba Be Da and Dis Is da Drum. Tracks like "Bo Ba Be Da" and "Dis Is da Drum" reflect Hancock's move towards acid jazz, while "Butterfly" makes a fourth appearance on a Hancock album following the original album Thrust, a live album Flood, and another studio album Direct Step.
Dis Is da Drum, 04:48. The Melody (On the Deuce By 44), 04:05.
Dis Is Da Drum is Herbie Hancock's thirty-ninth album and his first solo album since leaving Columbia Records. Tracks like "Bo Ba Be Da" and "Dis Is Da Drum" reflect Hancock's move towards acid jazz, while "Butterfly" makes a fourth appearance on a Hancock album following the original album (Thrust), a live album (Flood), and another studio album (Direct Step). Call It '95" (Griffin, Hancock, Robertson, Smith, Summers) – 4:39. Dis Is da Drum" (Griffin, Hancock, Lasar, Robertson, Summers) – 4:49. Years (1969-1972) released: 2014. The Complete Columbia Album Collection 1972 - 1988 released: 2013. Complete Live at Jorgie's 1961 released: 2012. The Best of Herbie Hancock released: 2011.
|A1||Call It 95|
|A2||Dis Is Da Drum|
|B4||Come And See Me|
|B5||Bo Ba Be Da|