The Headhunters: God Made Them Funky

The Headhunters’ spirit music spans generations, genres and the cosmos itself. Nearly 50 years after backing Herbie Hancock on his landmark 1973 fusion album Head Hunters, the band named after that record is still going strong. The group’s latest offering, Speakers in the House (Ropeadope), continues its mission of integrating various Black music traditions —

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