Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Eddie Henderson - "Inside Out" 1974

When I first purchased this LP in 1978, I was not thrilled with the content and performance.  I would certainly rate this genre in the Avantgarde arena, however as my musical tastes have matured, so has my appreciation for this LP.  If you did not know that this was Eddie Henderson, you would swear you were listening to a follow-on album from Miles Davis called "Bitches Brew 2".  That would be my closest classification, of course that came out in 1970, so it seems to make sense that's where inspiration to this LP came from....The talent on this album is awesome: Bennie Maupin, Herbie Hancock, Buster Williams on bass, and of course Eddie can be heard on Cornet, Trumpet and Flugels here...
This seems to be a rare LP Rip, I could not find another on the blogs, so please enjoy !


Bass, Bass [Fender] - Buster Williams
Clarinet, Clarinet [Bass], Flute, Flute [Alto], Piccolo Flute, Saxophone [Tenor] - Bennie Maupin
Congas - Bill Summers
Drums - Billy Hart , Eric Gravatt
Piano [Electric], Clavinet, Organ - Herbie Hancock
Producer - Skip Drinkwater
Synthesizer - Patrick Gleeson
Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Cornet - Eddie Henderson

4 comments:

  1. Never mind about P/W. Found it. Thanks so much for this.

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  2. so funny, I got Encyclopaedia Britannica and I'm trying all the entries as a PASSWORD, hoping that by the middle of 2014 I'll be reaching Vol. II, and so... In the meanwhile I'm considering a Master on Cryptology and maybe on Minoic and Maya languages, or even better, maybe someone post the rifgt P/W and stop joking

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