Keyboardist and composer Herbie Hancock is among the most influential cross-genre artists of his generation, easily stretching from serious acoustic jazz to a variety of fusion projects switching among jazz, funk, and rock, electronic experimentation, and film scores, as well as forays into dance, pop, and world music. Along the way Hancock wrote an assortment of now-standards, including "Cantaloupe Island" and "Watermelon Man." He was a member of Miles Davis's groundbreaking 1960s quintet, and continued his pioneering ways in the '70s... More >>>