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Head Hunters

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Studio album by Herbie Hancock
GenreJazz-funk , jazz fusion
LabelColumbia
Length41 : 52
ProducerHerbie Hancock, David Rubinson
RecordedSeptember 1973
ReleasedOctober 26, 1973 ( 1973-10-26 )
StudioWally Heider Studios Different Fur Trading Co . San Francisco, California

In 1973, Herbie Hancock, virtuosic Jazz dissident, stomped out the entire history of sound when he walked out bassline on a modular synthesizer. This was not someone upright acoustic bass playing with calloused fingers, it was preprogrammed on a circuit board obscure inside a small wooden box, amplified by some hidden electrical process. And it wasnt one bassline crawling out of speakers, it was two, dub on top of each other, split across stereo field, blaspheme onto what was ostensibly Jazz recording in post-production. For purists, it was just another heretical element on another album of heresy from yet another Jazz pioneer turned iconoclast. Afterimages of Miles Davis blinding turn toward electric music a few years earlier were still being processed by audiences, players, and critics alike. Hancock, having played keys for six years with Miles Davis ' Second Great Quintet, had his own gauntlet to throw. Inspire by the power he saw in James Brown and Sly & Family Stone, Hancock wanted to quit wafting in the rarified air of acoustic and avant-garde Jazz. I was not trying to make a Jazz record, Hancock said later. He wanted to get low, down to the floor, through the earth. He wanted to make pure funk record. Instead, he made Head Hunters. The year before Hancock plunked out that bassline, his woodwind player, Bennie Maupin, sat among the sell-out crowd at Los Angeles Coliseum for Wattstax, 1972 benefit concert sometimes referred to as Black Woodstock. Every marquee artist from iconic Memphis soul label Stax performed that August afternoonfrom, Staple Singers to Bar-Kays to Isaac Hayes, who closed the concert wearing a gold chainmail cape. An eight-hour show means giving back to the community in the primarily Black Watts neighborhood, which had been torn by riots seven years earlier. Tickets were 1, and the security force was entirely black and unarmed. With over 110 000 in attendance, it was the largest gathering of African Americans in one place since the civil rights March on Washington in 1963. Maupin, 32-year-old Jazz woodwindist nonpareil from Detroit, had been playing with Hancock for previous three years on a trilogy of experimental albums known as Hancock's Mwandishi period, from Swahili name for composer that he had adopted at the time. Mwandishi, crossings and Sextant were lofty, sometimes electronic excursions, all influenced deeply by jazzs Big extinction event, Miles Davis ' 1970 album Bitches Brew. Mwandishi group would sometimes sit on tour bus and listen to records by German electronic music pioneer Karlheinz Stockhausen at Hancocks ' request. In the studio they incorporated vanguard production techniques of Bitches Brew, which were verboten in traditionalist Jazz circles: extensive editing, amplified instruments, two drummers, overdubs, synth loops. Having played bass clarinet on Bitches Brew, Maupin serves as real connective tissue from the most infamous Jazz record to the second most infamous Jazz record: Head Hunters.

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Structure and release

Most job seekers fundamentally misunderstand the role of professional headhunters and, as a result, they miss out on countless job opportunities. In this article, I am going to explain exactly how headhunters work and how you can find them, because they are a vital part of job search for anyone at manager level and above. That is because headhunters are paid by companies to fill vacant positions they do not want to advertise and therefore, in many cases, youll never have access to those jobs unless you find the right headhunters. Louise co-found Blue Sky in 2002 after a career as an HR executive. Her industry experience includes music, video games, fashion and advertising. She lived and worked in the US for many years, but moved back to her native UK in 2012, where she now lives in the Yorkshire countryside. In addition to her full-time role with Blue Sky, she's professional artist, so you can imagine why she couldn't answer the 'what do you do with your free time' question! Contact Louise by email.


Headhunter Vs. Recruiter

Some distinguishment also needs to be made between headhunter vs. Recruiter, two roles that are oftentimes mistaken as same. So, what is a headhunter and what do they do? Well, common definition is that headhunter is an individual who operates as an independent contractor and who is hired by a company to find a suitable candidate to fill a particular job within that company. As opposed to other members of the employment world, headhunters take an active role in their search for candidates. What that means is that instead of waiting for job seekers and other potential candidates to approach them, headhunters use networking resources like LinkedIn and job fairs to go out and contact potential candidates for jobs they are representing. Traditionally, headhunter is only involved in the initial phase of the hiring process. Meaning that once the headhunter finds a candidate or, more likely, candidates, who may be suitable for their clients ' open job, headhunter will only be involved with introducing the candidate to the hiring company and perhaps scheduling the first interview. All hiring steps that follow, such as salary negotiations, second interviews, etc., Will not include headhunter. Understanding how headhunters work with their client, ie hiring the company they are representing, is incredibly important since it will help you, as a job seeker, better manage your expectations of what a headhunter can and will be willing to do for you in your search for new opportunity. Furthermore, it will help you understand where headhunters ' motivation lies in relation to you getting a new job, which is something that is also extremely important.

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Legacy

Version history

VersionChanges
3.7.0Decreased the droprate of Headhunter
2.3.1Fixed a bug where Inspired Learning Inspired Learning Crimson Jewel Radius: Small (800) With 4 Notables Allocated in Radius, When you Kill a Rare monster, you gain 1 of its Modifiers for 20 seconds If you do not learn from a won battle then you have already lost the war. Place into an allocated Jewel Socket on the Passive Skill Tree. Right click to remove from the Socket. and Headhunter Headhunter Leather Belt Requires Level 40 +(25-40) to maximum Life +(40-55) to Strength +(40-55) to Dexterity +(50-60) to maximum Life (20-30)% increased Damage with Hits against Rare monsters When you Kill a Rare monster, you gain its Modifiers for 20 seconds "A man's soul rules from a cavern of bone, learns and judges through flesh-born windows. The heart is meat. The head is where the Man is." - Lavianga, Advisor to Kaom did not correctly steal mods from Volatile Blood monsters.
1.1.5Fixed a rare crash with the Headhunter unique.
1.0.4Fixed an interaction between the Headhunter unique item and the Proximity Shield Nemesis mod, where the Proximity Shield did not expire.
1.0.2bFixed an instance crash related to Headhunter interacting with some Nemesis mods.
1.0.0Introduced to the game.

This reissue might seem superfluous given the fact that every self-respecting home should surely already have a copy of Headhunters. And yet even for the most diehard Hancock fan who has heard opening Moog bass tumble of Chameleon a thousand times before, there is still something thrilling, if not joyous, about listening to the same notes wheel into action for one thousand and first time, simply because the piece arguably represents in earnest birth of Jazz-Funk as oppose to Jazz-rock. The remaining three tracks, Sly, Watermelon Man and Vein Melter, are similarly rich in creative substance, above all in the way that they slide so seamlessly into Afro-Latin rhythms from the point of departure in blues. The influence of soul iconoclasts Sly & Family Stone, Stevie Wonder and Parliament is writ large on Herbies groove sensibilities as well as on his overall sonic trickery, but at the core of everything is both the incredibly cohesive ensemble-Harvey Mason-Paul Jackson's drums-bass axis has peerless telepathy-and unique ability to make music whose accessibility do not preclude ambition. The result is black pop art of the highest order.

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What Is a Headhunter?

Headhunters only make money when they are successful in placing candidates in job. Independent, third-party recruiters are often paid on contingency, meaning they do not get pay unless their candidate is hire. The typical fee is 20 % to 30 % of new hire's total first-year salary. As headhunters work for employer, they have incentive to please them rather than candidate. There is no licensing necessary to become a headhunter or recruiter, so anyone can become one. Less-reputable recruiters often compete with professional ones that possess large networks of clients and candidates. They may operate in similar way, such as unsolicited email, call, or LinkedIn request.


Headhunting vs Recruiting: Whats the Difference?

Theyre not as different as night and day, but there are definitely some nuanced distinctions between headhunters and recruiters. More often than not, recruiters partner directly with hiring managers-and sometimes marketing teams-to fill vacant roles. They can often shuffle candidates who arent qualify for one position into applying for another. Unlike headhunters, they do specialize in high-value, highly confidential assignments, and they most often work based on contingency. Similarly, there is a difference in which candidates and how many candidates they pursue. Agency recruiters will reach out directly to candidates. They commonly use their CRM and channels like LinkedIn or social media-and they will often work on 5 to 15 roles at time. Headhunters, on the other hand, will work in far fewer roles at the same time. They will do a lot more heavy research on their candidates and positions they work on. In fact, headhunters might even have a team of researchers helping them research and source candidates. In other words, they have a more nuanced and specialized search process. That say, recruiters are much more interested in interacting with all candidates and placing people that have submitted applications. Headhunters will simply pass through applications that do not exact match or may not even advertise at all. In this way, recruiters and headhunters often work together to find the most qualified candidates for give job position.

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Being found on LinkedIn

Before we get into strategies, we want you to have an understanding of how employers use LinkedIn to find you. Employers know that LinkedIn is the Mecca of online professional connections. By using a tool called LinkedIn Recruiter, decision-makers can search through over 575 million users to find potential hires. To surface prospects, hiring managers look for distinct keywords in 4 specific segments of your LinkedIn Profile. These segments include Your: headline Employers use your headline to identify your area of expertise Summary Your Summary gives hiring managers an overall picture of your values, beliefs, and professional goals, thereby providing insight into whether you are likely to align with organizations own values and beliefs. Experience Your experience lets employers know how much value you could potentially add to an organization based on your previous career contributions Skills Employers look at your skills to indicate if you have what is necessary to do the job to get a better feel for what this looks like, Here is a sneak peek of how recruiters source and connect with potential job candidates:

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