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Herbie Hancock - The Joni Letters

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Wow, it's a drag that we don't have any board memebers who live in the U.K. .....

I'd be happy to step into the breach (and I happen to have the Japanese cd too!). Just send me a PM Bertrand.

Likewise. Happy to help if ever needed to bypass these ridiculous territorial things.

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Btw, is the album available as iTunes plus download without the DRM crap?

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Btw, is the album available as iTunes plus download without the DRM crap?

As far as I know the "Plus" is so far only available on EMI product.

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But man... I wish Herbie would just do another "The Prisoner" :)

Not quite what you requested (in the middle between The Prisoner and Maiden Voyage), but still:

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I love that album!

I'm listening to the HH album now from the link. A friend of mine who I hold in high esteem for musical taste has really praised this album. I usually don't like this type of "jazz" but I'll give it a chance.

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Herbie's on Leno tonight.

Bertrand.

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iTunes U.S. has two different bonus tracks - 'Harlem in Havana' and 'I Had a King'. They cannot be bought singly - you have to get the whole CD.

Have these tracks appeared on other CDs or download services meanwhile?

To answer my own question, these two tracks (and "All I Want") are featured on a third disc included with the Japanese limited edition of Then And Now: The Definitive Herbie Hancock. Since the Japanese edition of River already includes A Case of You, the Japanese get to buy all four of the bonus tracks on CD. Of course the whole thing is a major rip-off...

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iTunes U.S. has two different bonus tracks - 'Harlem in Havana' and 'I Had a King'. They cannot be bought singly - you have to get the whole CD.

Have these tracks appeared on other CDs or download services meanwhile?

To answer my own question, these two tracks (and "All I Want") are featured on a third disc included with the Japanese limited edition of Then And Now: The Definitive Herbie Hancock. Since the Japanese edition of River already includes A Case of You, the Japanese get to buy all four of the bonus tracks on CD. Of course the whole thing is a major rip-off...

Most of what Herbie has released in recent years is a rip-off.

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