| Share

Christian McBride/Nicholas Payton/Mark Whitfield

Fingerpaintings: The Music of Herbie Hancock

  • Verve

Though many of Hancock's classic compositions were first popularized by quintets and sextets during the 1960s, this trio of jazz virtuosos makes up for any absence of instruments. Bassist McBride, trumpeter Payton, and guitarist Whitfield trade stellar solos, all the while maintaining a tight, cohesive sound. On tracks like “Driftin'” or “The Kiss” (from the film Blow-Up), they create fruitful interplays (especially between McBride and Payton). Several tracks are excessively “funky” and overdone, but on the whole, these three succeed in paying tribute to one of their musical forebears.

J. Andrew Todd

Information Please® Database, © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.

Premium Partner Content
HighBeam Research
Documents Images and Maps Reference
(from Newspapers, Magazines, Journals, Newswires, Transcripts and Books)

Research our extensive archive of more than 80 million articles from 6,500 publications.

Additional search results provided by HighBeam Research, LLC. © Copyright 2005. All rights reserved.

24 X 7

Private Tutor

Click Here for Details
24 x 7 Tutor Availability
Unlimited Online Tutoring
1-on-1 Tutoring