The Piano is the twenty-sixth album by Herbie Hancock. As with Directstep (recorded one week previously), this album was recorded, and originally only released, in Japan. It was one of Hancock's most successful albums in Japan, perhaps because it was entirely solo piano. Hancock tackles Jazz standards such as "My Funny Valentine", "On Green Dolphin Street" and "Some Day My Prince Will Come" while also four original songs.
Piano Player is a compilation of recordings featuring jazz pianist Bill Evans released in 1998 on the Columbia label.
The Piano Player (Ramsey Lewis album). The Piano Player is a jazz album by Ramsey Lewis, released on Cadet Records in 1970. The songs were arranged by Charles Stepney and Richard Evans. It was recorded at Ter Mar Studios, Chicago, in November, 1969.
On the third and final day of recording Miles Davis’ transitional album Miles in the Sky, Herbie Hancock walked into Columbia Studio B on East 52nd Street in New York to find his instrument missing. A piano prodigy since age 11, Hancock scanned the room - no keyboards. Confused, he turned to Davis, his mentor and band leader. What do you want me to play? Davis nodded at a squat, almost frail-looking set of keys that were a far cry from the commanding presence of a Steinway - instead, they belonged to a Fender Rhodes electric piano. Hancock thought, You want me to play that toy?
Shook Ones Part II" by Mobb Deep sampled Herbie Hancock's "Jessica". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes. to the guy who said it was 16 levels, im pretty sure hav made it on an eps 16+ not an mpc. CellarDoor said 3 years ago: There's no doubt about its correctness.
Piano Player (album). But eight of these songs offer required - and rewarding - listening for fans of the pianist.