Herbie Hancock: 21 Landmark Albums

Alyn Shipton
Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Few musicians still active on the jazz scene have a discography as full and varied as Herbie Hancock. His influence on pianists is massive and with experiments in electronic music his approach finds itself going on and on in jazz and dance. Alyn Shipton surveys the milestones of a career in the studio with comments from Hancock along the way

Herbie Hancock, circa 1973 (Sony Music Archives)
Herbie Hancock, circa 1973 (Sony Music Archives)

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