Epic Greatness1:24 am Sat, 22nd November 2008
I had the pleasure of going to see the great jazz legend Herbie Hancock performing live in London last weekend. He played at the Royal Festival Hall in Southbank as part of the London Jazz Festival. It was very awesome and quite intense. An experience I won’t forget for a while. Being able to see such epic greatness in person (I was 3rd row from the front, in direct line of the piano!) was really.. inspiring. Don’t quite know how to describe it.. but it kinda changed the way I percieved music and my own piano playing efforts.
They ended their set (pre-encore) with this old famous tune, Cantaloupe Island. I was very happy. 🙂
(Sorry for the incredibly dodgy shaky hidden camera work. I had to hide my camera under my scarf the whole time which, as you can imagine, made it rather difficult to keep things steady and in shot. Especially as I wasn’t able to look at the camera screen very often to check the video frame was ok. But the audio is clear and not distorted, so that’s all that matters.)Posted in Arts | 2 Comments »
2 Comments on “Epic Greatness”
Nov 23, 2008
Glad you had a great time. Live music can evoke emotion and inspire in ways you can’t even imagine before attending an event. Enjoy your week!
Feb 1, 2009
I recognize this tune 😉