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Album Review

Teachers don't often get notoriety beyond their students, but when one of your pupils was Herbie Hancock, and he repeatedly credits you with influencing and nurturing his style, then you'll get a bit more recognition than usual. That's the case with Chris Anderson, the man who helped make Hancock a jazz great. The influences, especially in phrasing and accompaniment, can be detected on this 1990 CD, which was recorded in 1987. Anderson's breezy noodling on standards, his own poignant originals, and overall aggressiveness were passed on to many prized pupils, as well as Hancock; now, the teacher gets some credit.


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There are two things that distinguish pianist Chris Anderson's career. The first is that he was a teacher and influence/mentor to Herbie Hancock; the second is that he made some fine recordings in the early '60s that were more dynamic and musically diverse and interesting than many similiar trio and quartet sans brass or reeds dates. Anderson's phrasing and solo technique can really be heard in early Hancock releases like My Point of View or Fat Albert Rotunda. A 1960 Vee-Jay album with bassist Bill...
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Love Locked Out, Chris Anderson
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  • 8,91 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 1990

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