Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Re-Upped : 17 Herbie Hancock live shows from the 1970s


This is just to let you know that I've re-upped the 17 Herbie Hancock concerts from the 1970s at the Herbie Hancock 53 Live Bootlegs post from 2008.

Several links there have been replaced with lossless WAV versions as well.

Unfortunately I don't have the time to track down all of the post-1981 concert links, which are almost all dead, but contributions would be very welcome.

The Ultrasonic Studios concert from 1973 has had more downloads than anything I've ever posted here, it's a great show.

Anyway check them out.


54 comments:

  1. Thanks for the thanks! 47 downloads and just your response. Reminds me of why I stopped blogging ...

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  2. Thanks for Herbie.
    Expect from those who take advantage of your work any gratitude seems natural and however...

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  3. Thanks for the great overview, appreciate the time you've put into it!

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  4. Appreciate your hard work, Simon. Nice to grab some WAV versions. Many thanks.

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  5. Fantastic ! Very much appreciated.

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  6. Hell of an effort Si to get this all up again, much appreciated.It's a sad end note you left there because your
    blog is a massive inspiration to why I started blogging.Thanks brother.

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  7. Many thanks for all your efforts here Simon666..You know this was one of the first blogs that ever turned me onto jazz on-line..It remains my friend a hard act to follow..This particular post is right up there with any I've ever encountered..Herbie live in the early 70's is an absolute must-hear..Cheers.

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  8. You are the MAN, Simon! Whenever I see that you have posted some music I take heed. I've gotten lots of great music from your site, in particular my favorite Gil Scott-Heron boot. Thank you for what you do!

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  9. I stopped for the same reasons, but many thanks all the same!

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  10. Thank you so much for this, Simon! I always notice when you post something here, because it's always good. Love your blog and musical taste. Cheers from Atlanta!

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  11. Linked here via Paris DJs. Lossless too? BONUS!

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  12. Thanks so much for this amazing post... a must have for any HH lover !

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  13. Simon, i know it is almost an insult when people do that. Just discovered your blog and i really love it dude! too bad i don't have space in my HD to get some goodies. Oh well. You could check out my blog if you'd like and maybe get something that you don't already have! http://242east3rd.blogspot.com/

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  14. Simon...

    Nice to see you're still active, even if it's only every 3 or 4 months! Your site has always been a great inspiration to me. Hope all is well Down Under. And the band?

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  15. Great Post,

    Thanks

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  16. I simply love it, thanks

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  17. Thanks for the comments guys, glad you're enjoying :)

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  18. Anyone have any Mwandishi-era favorites? I'm looking to check out couple of these but have no real basis for deciding between them.

    Thanks as always for all the great music!

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  19. Thank you very much Simon. I really appreciate your blog man.Peace and blessings.

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  20. Simon, by any chance can you reload the George Duke Inner soul lp?

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  21. Hi anonymous - I re-upped that last week. Look at the post.

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  22. Hi,
    thanks for all those wonderful 70ies blogs! What about some of the bootlegs that were up at DrFusion's site. Are they still circulating somewhere?
    I mean two of them:
    Ottawa Jazz Festival, Ottawa, Canada. June 22nd, 2008
    and
    Britt Amphitheater, Jacksonville, OR, USA
    June 18th, 2007

    Younger Herbie is of course much more interesting and the projects of recent years can't be called interesting by any stretch of imagination but for completists they still have some value.

    So if you have downloaded them yourself from Dr Fusion blog, can you please make them available somehow?
    Thanks!

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  23. Hi Purple Yoda -
    These 17 re-ups were what I had.

    If you can assist at all by uploading any others that you come across, or finding any links and telling us about it, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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  24. Hi everybody

    I have a list of favorites Rhode Tunes that I would like to share. How can I post or send it to you?

    (I'm new to blogs)

    Thanks
    Tom

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  25. freakin' awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  26. Many thanks - these are amazing!

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  27. Hi Supercat -
    If it's just a list of your favourite tunes, you should put it in the comments here. If it's actually a collection of tracks/mp3s, you should start a blog at blogspot.com.

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  28. WOW incredible amount of hh live stuff. love it! really appreciate your blog, keep it up!

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  29. Simon this link is for you. You probably have this already, but if you don't...It's George Duke, Stanley Clark and Herbie Hancock. Enjoy


    http://youtu.be/mYttsKbTJq0

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  30. Thank u Simon for reloading G.D. Inner Source. Much appreciated kind sir...

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  31. A true prodigy of music. Thanks!!!!

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  32. Good grief, this is amazing! I've just picked up Bob Gluck's newish book on the Mwandishi Band ("You'll Know When You Get There"), he talks about several of these shows in detail, it's awesome to be able to hear them. Many many thanks.

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  33. Wow!! I saw one of these posted on Youtube. Should've known you'd have a link or two...looking forward to checking thanks Simon!

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  34. Belated thanks for these, simon. It's nice to fill in some holes with shows I missed the first time round or just lost along the way. Your work is most appreciated!

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  35. Hello everyone!

    I just wanted to share my list of favorite EP tunes with you (over 100 songs) if I may.

    Disclaimer: this list contains titles featuring EPs (Electric Pianos), most of them are Rhodes but not all. The Rhodes piano is not necessarily always the lead instrument.

    There are Jazz, Brazilian, R&B and Soul songs.

    Here's the link:

    http://rapidshare.com/share/2BA72CF6E739926EB4B8BE32AB984656

    I will keep the list updated under http://somelovelyrhodes.blogspot.ch/

    Enjoy!
    SuperCat

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  36. You can find the following ones on "Jazz Boot Experiment"-Blog

    Fabrik Hamburg 1988:
    http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=3714995478067970998&postID=7947543648186968575

    Umbria 1996:
    http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=3714995478067970998&postID=4963061573060382375

    Montreal 2003:
    http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=3714995478067970998&postID=5667376933010792900

    Hanckock, Shorter, M. Miller: Juan les-pins 2011:
    http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=3714995478067970998&postID=5872626048164295888

    drhotte

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  37. these tracks get heavy play here at cafe luna in cambridge MA (and at my house, natch). absolutely brilliant stuff - thanks so much for sharing.

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  38. Could anyone re-up links for the Montreux 1989 Herbie concert please. Originally in FLAC but mp3 would be fine.

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  39. Many thanks for this UNREAL treasure trove of rare Herbie material. Never enough Rhodes indeed!

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  40. the first Rapidshare link got marked as "illegal" and was removed from downloading by their website...

    any mirrors? Thanks, I love me some Herbie

    -mike

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  41. Hi Mike -
    My entire Rapidshare account has been blocked, so every link on the blog has gone. Working my way down to here with re-ups, stay tuned.

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  42. All but a couple links are already dead, just FYI. Thank you for the great music you share.

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  43. On the way, Badgerdude, reupping ....

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  44. Thank you, I can wait for Herbie. All Rapidshare links here are broken still...

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  45. OK, the entire collection of 70s links has been updated.

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  46. In fact, the entire blog has just been reuploaded.

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  47. Nice to see back up and running, Simon!
    (And nice to see my old "home made" cover artwork for the Hempstead joint from the heydays of 4BB)

    All the best,
    L

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  48. Good to hear from you Lafayette, hope all's good with you :)

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  49. Mwandishi Band is outasite and so are you for posting these fantastic links. Especially like the HH Quartet w/ Jaco. He was one of a kind. Thanks!

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  50. Hi everyone, new post (first in 18 months!) : 'Herbie Hancock - Man with a Suitcase' - a compilation of Herbie Hancock's fender rhodes playing on other people's records 1968-1978. MP3 and lossless WAV versions available here : http://neverenoughrhodes.blogspot.com.au/2015/12/herbie-hancock-man-with-suitcase-comp-20.html

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  51. Refer: http://www.israbox.co/3137529665-the-players-galaxy-1979-2009.html

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