The Essential Herbie Hancock

The Essential Herbie Hancock is the forty-sixth album by American jazz musician and pianist Herbie Hancock. It is part of Sony BMG's The Essential series. Unlike the box set The Herbie Hancock Box, this is the first 2-disc compilation of all of Hancock's music on the various recording labels that Hancock was on.

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Manchester Environmental Resource Centre Initiative - Activities - Herbie
... Herbie is a mobile greengrocer set up by MERCi in 2004 to provide affordable, fresh fruit and vegetables to residents living in areas of East Manchester with poor access to fresh foods ...
Versions - Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)
... In Herbie Fully Loaded, Herbie went through several "costume changes" throughout the movie, changing his style dramatically from scene to scene ... For the "street racer" look, Herbie has a brighter white paint, a whale-tail rear spoiler, intake vents ahead of the rear wheels, lowered suspension ... During the demolition derby, Herbie is stripped down with no interior panels, racing seats or special body parts ...
Skateboarding Duck
... Herbie the skateboarding duck (c.1976-83) was the subject of an item first broadcast on the Midlands Today insert to the BBC news magazine programme ... Herbie, an Aylesbury duck, was bought by Jacky and Paddy Randall of Croydon for their children Mikala and Colin ... The film, presented by reporter Alan Towers, includes footage of Herbie waddling along the street, joining the family at breakfast and attacking the Randalls' terrier ...
List Of Walt Disney And Buena Vista Video Releases - 1985 Christmas Promotion
... December 3, 1985) (Part of The Classics) 42 V Herbie Rides Again (December 3, 1985) 46 V A Walt Disney Christmas (December 3, 1985) 94 V Herbie Goes ...

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