My Point of View (Original US RVG) Near Mint!
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"My Point of View" was Herbie Hancock's second album as a leader for Blue Note, and featured the funky jukebox staple, "Blind Man, Blind Man." One of the things that make this album so impressive is the way Hancock always manages to get the most out of his songs and the musicians who play on them. Looking back, the lineup on this album reads like a who's who in jazz. Aside from Blue Note mainstays Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley and Grant Green, the album also introduced Tony Williams to the jazz world.
THIS IS THE FIRST US Mono pressing including the “ear”, RVG stamped on matrix and New York on labels
Cover is strong NM and includes the original Blue Note inner sleeve. Vinyl has a pair of surface marks but do not affect the playing and sound. Sounds and plays perfect, pristine sound. Visually could be graded as VG+ but sounding like NM.
Recorded on March 19, 1963.