Head Hunters - Herbie Hancock

Head Hunters

Herbie Hancock

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1993-03-23
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4
  • ℗ 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Head Hunters ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Chameleon Herbie Hancock 15:44 USD Album Only
Watermelon Man Herbie Hancock 6:30 USD 1.29
Sly Herbie Hancock 10:21 USD Album Only
Vein Melter Herbie Hancock 9:09 USD 1.29


  • First album I bought

    By Fairyisle
    Herbie Hancock is just as relevant today as 1973. Still enjoying his jazz/funk.
  • This song is amazing

    By LightsaberGamer557
    I swear this is what goes on in my head during a test This song makes me want to live in a tree I love this song its so funky
  • Heyyyyy Watermelon Man

    Amazing and epic in every way
  • Incredible

    By blishter
    Incredible is what this album is - funky, heavy grooves for days, and just what you need going through your head.
  • Out of this World

    By Muse on the Loose
    Wow! Though this recording was a huge commercial success (Chameleon) , the playing by each musician on every song is otherworldly. Hancock’s solo on Sly is worth the price of admission. Few artists can build a solo and explode like Hancock. A great recording and hallmark performance of the 70s fusion era. Smooth jazz has taken many lessons from this ground breaking recording. Enjoy!
  • An Essential

    By WolfXCIX
    Every track on here is so memorable, and that’s saying something considering that most of these are 10 minutes long! It never overstays it’s welcome and it’s funky from front to back.
  • Road Tripping

    By Grayhaired Ponytail
    Got a long boring drive and got a buzz on? This is the ticket to maintaining a positive attitude during heavy traffic. Believe me. I bought it on vinyl and then cassette and finallyon compact disc. Gotta have a Headhunters fix once a week.
  • groovin'

    By Joe Escamilla
    I would like to see you not nod your head to these funky beats!!
  • Amazing Album

    By United Airline Pilot
    Not much needs to be said; the album speaks for itself. Herbie’s solo at 5:24 in Sly is out of this world.
  • Something i grew up with

    By gts7160
    I remembered Head Hunters while growing up in the Lafayette Garden projects in Brooklyn, NY in the early 1970s. Brings back memories of great jazz, and R&B acts.