For the second installment of AllAboutJazz.com's new column, Jazz in the Aquarian Age Bob Kenselaar
unearths a 1979 interview with pianist Herbie Hancock. At the time of this this interview, Hancock had been making ventures away from straight-ahead jazz for some time, but they were still fresh enough to have some fans up in arms. From today's perspective, though, it's clear that his eclecticism is a big part of what makes him the grand man of music that he is.
Check out Bob's updated interview, Herbie Hancock: The Chameleon Shows His Colors
, today at AllAboutJazz.com!
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