Quartet (Herbie Hancock album)

Quartet (Herbie Hancock Album)

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Quartet (Herbie Hancock album)

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Quartet is the thirty-fourth album by jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and the first with the V.S.O.P. Quartet without Freddie Hubbard and Wayne Shorter.

About the Album

Without Wayne Shorter (who was working with Weather Report and his own solo projects) and Freddie Hubbard, Hancock along with Ron Carter and Tony Williams reunited, and toured with a young Wynton Marsalis. This album was from the tour.

Some of the songs were from the 1965 - 1968 Miles Davis quintet, while one was from Hancock's own repertoire.

The first two tracks on the album "Well You Needn't" and "'Round Midnight" are developed from two jazz standards by Thelonious Monk, 1944. The last "I Fall In Love Too Easily "develops from a 1945 Styne and Cahn song.

Track listing

  1. "Well You Needn't" (Thelonious Monk)
  2. "'Round Midnight" (Bernie Hanighen, Cootie Williams, Thelonious Monk)
  3. "Clear Ways" (Tony Williams)
  4. "A Quick Sketch" (Ron Carter)
  5. "The Eye of the Hurricane" (Hancock)
  6. "Parade" (Ron Carter)
  7. "The Sorcerer" (Hancock)
  8. "Pee Wee" (Tony Williams)
  9. "I Fall In Love Too Easily" (Jule Styne, Sammy...
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