Human Nature Herb Alpert
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- 1Human Nature03:03
- 2Shake It03:31
- 5Look Up Again04:04
- 7Dont Go Breaking My Heart02:44
- 8Mystery Man03:43
Info for Human Nature
Herb Alpert's new album 'Human Nature' finds the iconic musician delving into dance grooves and elements of electronic music in a way he has never done before. The new album, his fourth new release in just three years, is out September 30 and features five original compositions and Herb's signature reimagining of classics like Michael Jackson's 'Human Nature,' Burt Bacharach's 'Alfie' and 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart,' and Bacharach and Elvis Costello's 'Look Up Again.' Herb's legendary career includes five decades of unprecedented breakthroughs as an artist, record executive and philanthropist. In the past three years alone, he won his ninth GRAMMY for 2013's Steppin' Out and received the National Medal of Arts from President Obama.
Lead single and original track 'Doodles' is propelled by a deep pocket groove and Herb's iconic phrasing, an earworm melody in his breathless style. 'Human Nature,' a Michael Jackson smash hit, gets a Latin tinge, the song stripped to its essentials to let the rhythm and melody shine. The album artwork, of a figure playing the trumpet, is an original sculpture that Herb crafted.
A 2006 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Alpert's albums have sold over 72 million copies, and 29 of his records have reached the Billboard 200. Herb has also dedicated his life to philanthropy, funding music education programs across the country. Through his personal foundation, Herb has helped establish music programs at UCLA and the California Institute of Arts. Both schools have named their programs the Herb Alpert School of Music in his honor. Alpert has also established the Herb Alpert Scholarships for Emerging Young Artists, which help provide tuition to twenty young musicians each year.
Herb Alpert, trumpet, keyboards
Bill Cantos, vocals, strings, keyboards, percussion
Eduardo del Barrio, strings, keyboards, percussion
Hussain Jiffry, fretless bass
Michael Shapiro, drums, percussion
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