Herbie Hancock built a time machine

There's a rumour floating around that Herbie Hancock re-arranged the components of a Fairlight to build himself a time machine (he's that clever) and travelled forwards through time to steal musical ideas, then went back to the 70s and blew people's minds.

I'm not sure if that'e based entirely on fact, but one thing is certain: he was responsible for more inovations in electronic music than he's given credit for. Listen to Future Shock and Magic Windows if you don't believe me.

The following is taken from 'Magic Windows'. Have a listen, then consider it was produced in 1981.

Mind: blown.

Herbie Hancock - The Twilight Clone z-share




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