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Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, Pop, R&B
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Robert M. from MIAMI SHORES, FL
Reviewed on 8/10/2006...
Don't do that.
C. Bullard | Los Angeles | 07/19/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Don't buy an artist's new work expecting it to sound like old work. If you can't get past an artist's old work, buy an old album. Right?
True artists are all about evolution. Duh. Nothing evolves into the same old thing. To compare this to his 60s work is stupid. And how does one confidently critcize someone with a hand in the development of a standard for breaking from it?? He PIONEERED a type a jazz and set the standard at one point. If he breaks from that standard to explore the possibility of new ones, that's his business. Just keep working on YOUR outstanding standard Jazz masterpiece. hahahaha
My fave tracks on here are Maiden Voyager/P. Bop and Chemical Residue. Check this album out and see what you think about it. As an artist myself I'm glad Mr. Hancock made this album. It boosted my creative exploratory confidence."
Maiden Voyage/Be.Bop is the bomb!
Lorenzo E. Ervin, Jr. | Nashville, TN. | 01/17/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have heard a lot of Herbie's sstuff, going all the way back to the 60's with the original Maiden Voyage, a favorite, for sure, but I am not a music snob, who cannot relate to contemporary music and an artist's changes and experimentation.
This new "Voyage" reinterpretation blew my mind. Loved it! Didn't love the whole album, this new Voyage and "Chemical Reside", (the slow "groove" piece). VERDICT: People hear what they want to hear, and music is a personal thing. I checked this out of the library the other day, and really dug it, now I'm buying it for my collection!"