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Having long since established his funk credentials, Herbie Hancock continues the direction of Head Hunters and its U.S. successors here, welding himself to the groove on electric keyboards while Bennie Maupin again shines sardonic beams of light on a variety of reeds. In "Doin' It," the most successful track, Hancock makes a more overt bid for the dancefloor, for the tune is basically one long irresistible groove with a very commercial-sounding bridge. Again Hancock chooses to recompose one of his standards; [RoviLink="MC"]"Cantelope [sic] Island"[/RoviLink] is almost unrecognizable converted into a sauntering, swaggering thing. A streamlining process has set in -- the drumming has been simplified, some of the old high-voltage drive has been muted -- yet there are still enough enjoyable, intelligently musical things happening here to hold a Hancock admirer's attention. ~ Richard S. Ginell

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1
Doin' It 00:08:03

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - H. Hancock, Composer - M. Ragin, Composer - "Wah Wah" Watson - JAMES GADSON, Drums - Ray Parker, Jr. - R. Parker, Jr., Composer - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - Art Baldacci - Michael Fusaro, Recording Engineer - Fred Dobbs - Don Kerr - Chris Mancini

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
People Music 00:07:09

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - H. Hancock, Composer - Bennie Maupin, Soprano Saxophone - P. Jackson, Composer - Wah Wah Watson, Guitar - Ray Parker, Jr., Guitar - M. Ragin, Composer - Paul Jackson, Bass - James Levi, Drums - Kenneth Nash, Percussion - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - Fred Catero, Recording Engineer - David Rubinson, Recording Engineer

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Cantelope Island 00:07:06

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - H. Hancock, Composer - Wah Wah Watson, Guitar - Kenneth Nash, Percussion - Ray Parker, Jr., Guitar - James Levi, Drums - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - Bennie Maupin, Soprano Saxophone - Fred Catero, Recording Engineer - David Rubinson, Recording Engineer - Paul Jackson, Bass

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Spider 00:07:20

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - H. Hancock, Composer - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - P. Jackson, Composer - Ray Parker, Jr., Guitar - M. Ragin, Composer - Fred Catero, Recording Engineer - David Rubinson, Recording Engineer - Kenneth Nash, Percussion - Bennie Maupin, Soprano Saxophone - James Levi, Drums - Wah Wah Watson, Guitar - Paul Jackson, Bass

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Gentle Thoughts 00:07:02

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - H. Hancock, Composer - Wah Wah Watson, Guitar - Kenneth Nash, Percussion - Ray Parker, Jr., Guitar - M. Ragin, Composer - James Levi, Drums - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - Bennie Maupin, Soprano Saxophone - Fred Catero, Recording Engineer - David Rubinson, Recording Engineer - Paul Jackson, Bass

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Swamp Rat 00:06:23

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - P. Jackson, Composer - Fred Catero, Recording Engineer - David Rubinson, Recording Engineer - Kenneth Nash, Percussion - H. Hancock, Composer - James Levi, Drums - Wah Wah Watson, Guitar - M. Ragin, Composer - Ray Parker, Jr., Guitar - Bennie Maupin, Soprano Saxophone - Paul Jackson, Bass

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Sansho Shima 00:04:49

Herbie Hancock, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Piano, Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Producer - David Rubinson & Friends, Inc., Producer - B. Maupin, Composer - Fred Catero, Recording Engineer - David Rubinson, Recording Engineer - Kenneth Nash, Percussion - James Levi, Drums - Wah Wah Watson, Guitar - Ray Parker, Jr., Guitar - Bennie Maupin, Soprano Saxophone - Paul Jackson, Bass

(P) 1976 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Having long since established his funk credentials, Herbie Hancock continues the direction of Head Hunters and its U.S. successors here, welding himself to the groove on electric keyboards while Bennie Maupin again shines sardonic beams of light on a variety of reeds. In "Doin' It," the most successful track, Hancock makes a more overt bid for the dancefloor, for the tune is basically one long irresistible groove with a very commercial-sounding bridge. Again Hancock chooses to recompose one of his standards; [RoviLink="MC"]"Cantelope [sic] Island"[/RoviLink] is almost unrecognizable converted into a sauntering, swaggering thing. A streamlining process has set in -- the drumming has been simplified, some of the old high-voltage drive has been muted -- yet there are still enough enjoyable, intelligently musical things happening here to hold a Hancock admirer's attention. ~ Richard S. Ginell

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