Herbie Hancock’s Cantaloupe Island is familiar to you, even if you don’t recognize the name.   Written in 1964, it’s turned into something of a jazz standard.  I imagine that on any given night, there are a few dozen people taking a crack at on stage somewhere.   It got a big boost in 1993, when Us3 reworked it into a pop hit.  While I keep going back to the original (which really requires a martini in hand and a light summer breeze for full appreciation), I’ve recently found myself enjoying it in the form of a(nother) Tanghetto cover. Give them all a listen, below: