Eskow, Gary
January 2002
Mix;Jan2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p171
Interviews jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and producer Bill Laswell about their album 'Future2Future.' Opinion on Bela Bartok's music; Influence of technology on the enthusiasm in working in the electronica medium; Involvement in the development of the album.


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