Taken from Beck’s highly influential 1976 jazz-funk-rock-fusion LP, Wired. Enjoy!
Happy Funk Friday y’all!
Today’s blast from the funktorious past comes courtesy of Herbie Hancock. In 1973, Double H dropped one of the most funktastic jazz records of all time, Head Hunters. This was a pretty big leap forward in jazz fusion, and really influenced the landscape of ’70s instrumental rock and funk. Acts as diverse as Jeff Beck and Steely Dan all benefited from Head Hunters’ influence, and below you’ll find a clip for side one, track one.
Enjoy the video for “Chameleon” above and click here to learn more about this must-have album.