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Herbie Hancock - Fat Mama - Wiggle Waggle Album

Herbie Hancock - Fat Mama - Wiggle Waggle Album
Fat Mama - Wiggle Waggle
Herbie Hancock
7358 (M51674)
USA & Canada
MP3 album size:
2028 mb
FLAC album size:
1695 mb
Warner Bros.


1Herbie HancockFat Mama3:45
2Herbie HancockWiggle-Waggle5:48


Wiggle Waggle. Herbie Hancock тема. Wiggle Waggle Herbie Hancock. Fat Albert Rotunda. 40: Hancock. Fat Mama. WMG от лица компании Warner Jazz BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. AMRA, ARESA, Sony ATV Publishing, BMG Rights Management, Audiam Publishing. Herbie Hancock. Fat MamaWiggle Waggle. Wiggle Waggle, Fat Mama. buy album. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested Tell us why you would like to improve the Wiggle Waggle, Fat Mama musician page. Frantic jazz gem from the master of the keyboards Herbie Hancock. Released back in 1969 from the LP Fat Albert Rotunda. LP Personnel Herbie HancockPi. Watch the video for Wiggle Waggle from Herbie Hancock's Fat Albert Rotunda for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Albert Rotunda is the eighth album by jazz keyboardist Herbie Hancock, released in 1969. It was Hancock's first release for Warner Bros. Records after his departure from Blue Note Records. The music was originally done for the TV special Hey, Hey, Hey, It's Fat Albert, which later inspired Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids TV show. Fat Albert Rotunda, along with Mwandishi and Crossings was reissued in one set as Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings in 1994 and as The Warner Bros. Songs in album Herbie Hancock - Fat Albert Rotunda 1969. Herbie Hancock - Wiggle-Waggle. Herbie Hancock - Fat Mama. Herbie Hancock - Tell Me A Bedtime Story. Herbie Hancock - Oh Oh Here He Comes. Sleeping Giant - Herbie Hancock. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Warner Bros. Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Похожие треки. The syllables of the titles alone - Wiggle Waggle, Fat Mama, Oh Oh Here He Comes - have a rhythm and feeling that tell you exactly how this music saunters and swaggers along - just like the jolly cartoon character. Hancock was speaking with justifiable pride, given the parlous state in which most working jazz artists found themselves in the early 70s. He had not only kept his band together, but sustained a constant personnel for two of those three years, taking advantage of the familiarity bred by nightly playing to build a collective knowledge that informed every set. It would not last forever