What tune by Herbie Hancock crossed over into the top 100 pop charts in 1962

What tune by herbie hancock crossed over into the top

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What tune by Herbie Hancock crossed over into the top 100 pop charts in 1962?Watermelon Man, a tune on Hancock's first album entitledTakin' Of. The tune is a great example of soul or funky jazz, with a strong dash of the bluesWhen Herbie Hancock left Miles Davis' group, who did Davis replace him with?
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Fusion in jazz is nothing new A style of jazz that incorporates elements and instruments from rock and roll and funk 4 distinct style traits 1. Typical swing rhythm is replaced with a rock or funk groove 2. Uses electronic instruments like those used in pop music – electric bass, piano, guitar 3. Fusion uses intense amplification 4. Harmonies are either simple and repetitive or change very more slowly like in modal jazz. Rock & Funk based music Rock drumming Beatles “I’m happy just to dance with you” Straight 8 th hi-hat notes. - Thelonious monk Four and one Art Blakey Rock grooves tend to be in a straight eighth feel and most prominently feature bass and snare drum with the snare generally highlighting the back beat Traditional jazz drumset playing tend to have swing eighth notes James brown Funk is highly syncopated Bassline is highly syncopated Guitar plays the 16 th
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