By People Staff
June 06, 1977 12:00 PM

Herbie Hancock

Hancock’s full range of electric and acoustic keyboard gifts is demonstrated over four live sides. More important, he is joined by 14 all-stars, some from the sextet he formed after he (and some of them) left Miles Davis: Wayne Shorter (saxes), Tony Williams (drums), Wah Wah Watson (guitar), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Ron Carter (bass) and Bennie Maupin (sax). There are silky ’60s Hancock selections (Maiden Voyage) and, for more modern tastes, a full, funky side of electric jazz-rock.