Herbie Hancock ‎– My Point Of View

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Blue Note ‎– BLP 4126
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Tracklist

A1 Blind Man, Blind Man
A2 A Tribute To Someone
B1 King Cobra
B2 The Pleasure Is Mine
B3 And What If I Don't

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Recorded on March 19, 1963.

"VAN GELDER" is stamped and a symbol of an ear is inscribed into the run out groove of both sides.

Label is blue and white, with "Blue Note Records Inc • New York USA".

Back cover reads "43 West 61st St., New York 23".

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDP 7 84126 2, CDP 0777 7 84126 2 5 Herbie Hancock My Point Of View(CD, Album, RE, RP) Blue Note, Blue Note CDP 7 84126 2, CDP 0777 7 84126 2 5 US 1995 Sell This Version
7243 5 21226 2 2 Herbie Hancock My Point Of View(CD, Album, RE, RM) Blue Note 7243 5 21226 2 2 US 1999 Sell This Version
BST 84126 Herbie Hancock My Point Of View(LP, Album, RE) Blue Note BST 84126 France 1984 Sell This Version
TOCJ 4126 Herbie Hancock My Point Of View(CD, Album) Blue Note TOCJ 4126 US 1994 Sell This Version
4126 Herbie Hancock My Point Of View(LP, Album, RE) Blue Note 4126 Unknown Sell This Version

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

November 6, 2014
Another strong outing from Hancock. This time he has replace Freddie Hubbard with Donald Byrd with whom he made his debut in '61 on Royal Flush. The album is the first released to feature drummer Tony Williams who would join Hancock a couple of month's later as part of Miles Davis' second Quintet on Seven Steps to Heaven. I particularly like Blind man Blind man featuring Grant Green on guitar.