8 thoughts on “ Motor Mouth - Herbie Hancock - Lite Me Up (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. May 09,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lite Me Up on Discogs. Label: CBS - CBS ,CBS - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk, Disco/5(55).
  2. Sep 28,  · It sounds somewhat similar to Quincy Jones's "The Dude", an album released in which also features Herbie and Temperton, though "Lite Me Up" doesn't have an anthem on the level of "Ai No Corrida" from that album. The album starts strongly with the titular track, an uptempo dance number with nice, mellow vocals by Wayne Anthony/5().
  3. The release Lite me up once again confirmed Hancock s successful formula of using new sounds and high technology to frame popular music. Especially for this re-issue PTG Records has added two Bonus tracks to the original album Lite Me Up 12 inch version and Gettin to /5(22).
  4. Herbie Hancock's music was all dressed up for the funky sounds of ! The title song starts out the album with a steady bass/rhythm guitar led disco dance/funk groove. "The Bomb" gets really busy with David William's guitar accented wonderfully by Herbie's Fender Rhodes electric piano-with a vocorder and liquid Louis Johnson bass duet on the /5(22).
  5. Herbie Hancock: Lite Me Up (LP, Vinyl record album) - A classic album of all-out soul from Herbie Hancock – done in close collaboration with Rod Tem -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record StoreBrand: CBS (Label).
  6. Herbie Hancock – Lite Me Up By , Hancock had another identity as a dance/fusion attraction with the albums Feets Don’t Fail Me Now and Sunlight. Lite Me Up is an even more concerted effort to fuse jazz with pop. Hancock handled all of the production chores on most of the tracks.
  7. HERBIE HANCOCK Lite Me Up ( UK graduated orange label 8-track LP, picture sleeve complete with lyric insert. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl looks barely played CBS).
  8. Lite Me Up is an even more concerted effort to fuse jazz with pop. Hancock handled all of the production chores on all but two of the eight tracks. His main arranger and lyricist here is Rod Temperton, the former Heatwave member who worked with Quincy Jones on albums Off the Wall and Light Up the Night.

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