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Love this track♥
Any other Herbie tracks like this one? Or are they all like this :)
co-written by Melvin Ragin & Jeffrey Cohen
One of my Herbie jams. This one goes.
Robotic disco music ? :-) loving it !!
What does it say about Herbie Hancock that this track, which is far from his best, *still* rocks?
Robotic disco music
Slightly reminiscent of Stanley Clarke's Vulcan Princess.
first herbie hancock song i have heard. definitely impressed by this gentleman and his crew.
amazing vocoder playing
This is so good, very catchy.
love it...such a funky track..make you wanna get some funky clothes on n dance the nite away!!!!!
gotta love the over use of vocoder on this one!
Headhunters was his best, but this one is pretty good.
No Jazz like Herbie or 70's Jazz.
Vocoder abuse - brilliant!
i ♥ herbie
pure class and from 1978 best year ever magic???????
...........warm as the sun.......... Killer, track real musicianship!
Fantastic bassline, very nice words - I groove - easy listening
Reminds me of listening to Greg Edwards Soul Spectrum in the 70s When I was very young.
the ultimate!!!!! yessssss!!!!!!!!
awesome!!!! just to long, my feet hurts ; )
absolute classic!!! probably my favourite herbie song of all time... there's a really wicked live version of this on a japanese issue too (even longer!).
long live herbie.
lyrics are so Proust....
Oh those memories
I remember hearing this many years ago when it first came out, played on soul spectrum by Greg Edwards Capital Radio London, and I always loved it
I bought this on vinyl 30 years ago. It cannot escape the period that generated it.. but the melody remains lovely and the production technique keeps it very listenable. Right on, Herbie!
Herbie followed George Benson to cash in on the disco era with he crossed over.
Not a bad album.
The vocals on this remind me of corenlius - and contra to NaiveAmoeba's comment - they actually make the track
Cool song, but I think the vocals ruins it somewhat.