Herbie Hancock Explores New 'Possibilities' Herbie Hancock is widely regarded as one of jazz music's most influential players, crossing boundaries of rock, soul, funk and infusing elements of jazz in many different genres. His new album Possibilities hits stores Tuesday.

Herbie Hancock Explores New 'Possibilities'

Herbie Hancock Explores New 'Possibilities'

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Herbie Hancock teams up with an array of popular vocalists on his new album Possibilities. Martin Schoeller hide caption

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Listen to three, full-length songs from Herbie Hancock's new release, Possibilities.

"Stitched Up" (featuring John Mayer)

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"Sister Moon" (featuring Sting)

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"When Love Comes to Town" (featuring Jonny Lang and Joss Stone)

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Pianist and composer Herbie Hancock is widely regarded as one of jazz music's most influential players, crossing boundaries of rock, soul, funk and infusing elements of jazz in many different genres.

His new album Possibilities features vocals by a range of popular artists, both veterans and up-and-comers, including Annie Lennox, Sting, Paul Simon, Joss Stone and John Mayer. It hits stores Tuesday.

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