There are a couple of things that distinguish pianist Chris Anderson’s career. The foremost is that he was a instructor and impact/coach to Herbie Hancock; the second reason is that he produced some good recordings in the first ’60s which were even more powerful and musically diverse and interesting than many similiar trio and quartet sans brass or reeds times. Anderson’s phrasing and single technique really can be noticed in early Hancock produces like My Perspective or Body fat Albert Rotunda. A 1960 Vee-Jay recording with bassist Expenses Lee and drummer Artwork Taylor is usually his finest; Jazz History issued on compact disk the 1987 launch Like Locked Out which identifies Anderson’s effect on Hancock, though it manages to lose factors for rather mundane vocal results.
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