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Herbie Hancock

Label: Wea/Elektra
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

01. Stitched Up (Hancock, Mayer) - 5:27; 02. Safiatou (Alexander) - 5:25; 03. A Song for You (Russell) - 7:05; 04. I Do It for Your Love (Simon) - 5:58; 05. Hush, Hush, Hush (Paula Cole) - 4:46; 06. Sister Moon (Sting) - 6:54; 07. When Love Comes to Town (Clayton, Evans, Hewson, Mullen) - 8:41; 08. Don't Explain (Herzog, Holiday) - 4:53; 09. I Just Called to Say I Love You (Stevie Wonder) - 5:27; 10. Gelo Na Montanha (Anastasio, Baptista, Hancock) - 3:48;

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Herbie Hancock (tastiere); John Mayer (voce; chitarra); Sting (voce); Angelique Kidjo (voce); Cristina Aguilera (voce); Paul Simon (voce); Annie Lennox (voce); Joss Stone (voce); Damien Rice (voce); Lisa Hanningan (voce); Raul Midon (voce); Carlos Santana (chitarra); Tony Remy (chitarra); Jonny Lang (voce; chitarra); Trey Anastasio (voce; chitarra); Stevie Wonder (armonica); Michael Bearden (tastiere); Chester Thompson (tastiere); Willie Weeks (basso); Beeny Rietved (basso); John Patitucci (basso); Steve Jordan (batteria); Dennis Chambers (batteria); Cyro Baptista (percussioni);


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