|I Want My Beach Ball||2:12|
|107||Little Herbie And The Wise Guys||Little Herbie And The Wise Guys - I Want My Beach Ball (7", Single, Promo)||Catch Records||107||US||1964|
|522||Little Herbie & The Sandabs||Little Herbie & The Sandabs - Beach Ball / Crab Louie (7", Single)||Bamboo Records||522||US||1962|
|522||Little Herbie & The Sandabs||Little Herbie & The Sandabs - Beach Ball / Crab Louie (7", Single, Promo)||Bamboo Records||522||US||1962|
|412||Little Herbie||Beach Ball / I Want My Beach Ball (7", Single, Promo)||In-Sound||412||US||1964|
Little Herbie And The Wise Guys (3) - I Want My Beach Ball (7", Single, Promo). Catch Records (4). 107. US. 1964. 522. Little Herbie & The Sandabs.
My Point of View is the second album by pianist Herbie Hancock. It was released in 1963 on Blue Note Records as BLP 4126 and BST 84126. Hancock has changed personnel for this album and expanded beyond Hard Bop's traditional quintet. Notably, the album is one of the first released to feature drummer Tony Williams who replaces Billy Higgins
Herbie and the management team are here to keep you up to date on everything important in the World of Herbie Hancock. Looking back on Herbie’s twelfth album, Head Hunters, which was released on this day in 1973. Recorded at Wally Heider Studios and Different Fur Trading Co. in San Francisco, the album went on to become one of Herbie’s best known records and represented a landmark moment in jazz history. The album was later added to the Library Of Congress’s National Recording Registry which collects "culturally, historically or aesthetically important" sound recordings from the 20th century. I was beginning to feel that we (the sextet) were playing this heavy kind of music, and I was tired of everything being heavy. I wanted to play something lighter.
Secrets is a August 1976 jazz-funk fusion album by keyboard player Herbie Hancock. It is also Hancock's seventeenth album overall. The album clearly followed from its predecessor Man-Child. As ever, Paul Jackson's basslines were critical, and the other regular member Bennie Maupin continued to provide most of the solos alongside Hancock.
Los Angeles, Herbie Hancock is a true icon of modern music. Throughout his explorations, he has transcended limitations and genres while maintaining his unmistakable voice.
Taking My Ball Lyrics. woo! Come on, man, come on, man, okay. It feels so wrong 'cause it feels so right But it's all right, it's okay with me I'll do my steps all by myself I don't need nobody to play with me But if you just give me a chance I can put you in a trance the way I dance But don't nobody wanna play with. me So I'm taking my ball and going home, home. I'm that guy man, shove a diamond up my hind end And crush it with my butt muscles while I cut vocals Slut poke holes.