Chick Corea Five Trios

Chick Corea - Five Trios (2007) [6CD Box Set] {Stretch Records - Japanese Edition} [re-up]

Chick Corea - Five Trios (2007) [6CD Box Set] {Stretch Records - Japanese Edition}
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© 2007 Universal / CCP / Stretch Records | UCCJ-9089/94
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano

Japanese-only six CD box set from the Jazz legend featuring five discs containing recordings from his famous trios (one trio per disc) plus a bonus CD. 'Dr. Joe' features bassist John Patitucci and drummer Antonio Sanchez (Pat Metheny). 'From Miles' (tribute to Miles Davis), recorded live in New York, 2006 and featuring Corea, bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Jack DeJohnette. 'Chillin' In Chelan' (tribute to Thelonious Monk) recorded live in Washington D.C. in 2005 features bassist Christian McBride and drummer, Jeff Ballard. 'The Boston Three Party', tribute to Bill Evans recorded at Boston's Berklee Performance Center on 4/28/06 and features Eddie Gomez (bass) and Airto Moreira(drums). All new studio recordings 'Brooklyn, Paris to Clearwater' featuring Chick Corea (keyboards), spectacular French bassist Hadrien Feraud (John McLaughlin) and drummer Richie Barshay. A five track bonus cd featuring 2 tracks from Corea/Gomez/ Moreria, 2 tracks from Corea/McBride/ Ballard and 1 track from Corea/Patitucci/Sanchez.

Chick Corea - The Musician (Live) (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at June 12, 2017
Chick Corea - The Musician (Live) (2017)

Chick Corea - The Musician (Live)
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Label: Concord Jazz ‎– CJA00019 | Tracks: 19 | 2017
Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Fusion

Over the course of an artist's lifetime, especially one well into their fifth decade like Chick Corea, it's not uncommon to see a great musician look back and take stock of what he’s done and who he’s worked with, and that's exactly what Corea does on 2017's The Musician. To mark his 75th birthday in 2016, the lauded pianist played a six-week stint of shows at the Blue Note in New York city. During the event, he was joined by a bevy of guests including many longtime friends and collaborators like Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin, Wynton Marsalis, John McLaughlin, Stanley Clarke, and others.
Chick Corea: The Ultimate Adventure - Live In Barcelona (2007)

Chick Corea: The Ultimate Adventure - Live In Barcelona (2007)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: Universal | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 21 May 2007 | Runtime: 118min. | 6,14GB (DVD9)

A mixture of Latin and Flamenco with jazz was pianist Chick Corea's strategy for this 2007 Barcelona concert from the Palau de Musica.

The Manhattan Transfer - The Chick Corea Songbook (2009)  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 18, 2016
The Manhattan Transfer - The Chick Corea Songbook (2009)

The Manhattan Transfer - The Chick Corea Songbook (2009)
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Vocal Jazz, Free Jazz, Latin Jazz | 4Q / Edel Records #0205222CTT

The Chick Corea Songbook is a studio album released by The Manhattan Transfer on September 29, 2009. The album features The Manhattan Transfer's interpretations of several Chick Corea compositions, as well as an additional track that was written specifically by Mr. Corea for this album. All About Jazz editor Jerry D'Souza stated regarding this album, "Manhattan Transfer is back, and in top-notch form with a marvelous blend of melody and song."
Chick Corea - The Definitive Chick Corea On Stretch And Concord (2011)

Chick Corea - The Definitive Chick Corea On Stretch And Concord (2011)
Jazz, Fusion | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 155 min | 356 MB
Label: Concord Records | Rel: 2011

This two-disc, 21-track collection covering Chick Corea's recordings over 30 years offers a dazzling array of settings and styles, originals and standards. It begins with the electrifying title track from 1979's Tap Step which featured the late Joe Farrell in a fusion quintet, continues through his "Bud Powell" composition with then-young lions Wallace Roney, Kenny Garrett, and Christian McBride (along with the timeless veteran Roy Haynes) in 1989, through to his beautiful solo rendition of "Spain" in 1999, all on disc one. Corea dazzles technically and is always in stellar company, from younger players like those mentioned above or younger still (Avishai Cohen) to contemporaries (Gary Burton and Michael Brecker), to mentors (Lee Konitz). While Corea does play Fender Rhodes and synthesizers on that first cut, the rest of this first disc features his acoustic piano. Disc two is more varied; balanced between Rhodes and acoustic piano.
Chick Corea - Solo Piano (2010) (Improvisations 1&2 + Children's Songs) {ECM 2140-42} [Re-Up]

Chick Corea - Solo Piano (2010) (Improvisations 1&2 + Children's Songs) {ECM 2140-42}
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Genre: Jazz

Three CD box set of Chick Corea’s piano music, reminding us that the distinguished solo piano tradition at ECM started in 1971 with Corea’s spontaneously-recorded volumes of improvisations and jazz tunes (all by Chick save for Monk’s “Trinkle, Tinkle” and Wayne Shorter’s “Masqualero”). The “Children’s Songs”, recorded in 1983, are finely-honed yet playful solo piano miniatures that can be related to the tradition of Bartók’s “Mikrokosmos” and Kurtág’s “Játékok”. Violinist Ida Kavafian and cellist Fred Sherry join Chick for an “Addendum”. Booklet includes liner notes by Chick Corea and Neil Tesser, plus archive photos.
Mozart - Double Concerto; Chick Corea & Friedrich Gulda - Compositions (1995)

Mozart - Double Concerto; Chick Corea & Friedrich Gulda - Compositions (1995)
Concertgebouw Orchestra, conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt; Chick Corea & Friedrich Gulda, piano

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Genre: Classical | Label: Teldec | # 2292-42988-2 | Time: 00:47:09

Believed to have been composed between August 1775 and January 1777, the Concerto In E Flat Major for two pianos technically counts as being the tenth of Mozart's twenty-seven concertos, that huge and prodigious body that would set the standards for all piano concertos from Mozart's time forward. Although it is not performed with the same frequency as his later works (especially the final eight concertos, 20-27), this "Double" piano concerto, believed to have been composed by Mozart for performance by him and his sister Maria Anna ("Nannerl"), is nevertheless a fascinating experiment of Mozart's, one that requires a pair of solid keyboard virtuosos to do (and for the composer's Seventh piano concerto, you needed three soloists). Fortunately on this 1984 Teldec recording, we have the required two keyboard virtuosos, both of whom come from very divergent musical backgrounds. Austrian-born pianist Friedrich Gulda came from a classical music background and began exploring jazz later on in his life; while Chick Corea is one of the best-known pianists in American jazz music, and, like fellow jazz musicians Wynton Marsalis and Herbie Hancock, developed a great feel for classical music.

Chick Corea - The Mad Hatter (1978) Reissue 1993  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 17, 2015
Chick Corea - The Mad Hatter (1978) Reissue 1993

Chick Corea - The Mad Hatter (1978) Reissue 1993
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Genre: Jazz Fusion | Label: Verve/Polygram | # 519 799-2 | Time: 00:50:02

This post-Return to Forever Chick Corea LP is a bit of a mixed bag. Corea is heard on his many keyboards during an atmospheric "The Woods," interacts with a string section on "Tweedle Dee," features a larger band plus singer Gayle Moran on a few other songs and even welcomes fellow keyboardist Herbie Hancock for the "Mad Hatter Rhapsody." The most interesting selection, a quartet rendition of "Humpty Dumpty" with tenorman Joe Farrell set the stage for his next project, Friends. Overall, this is an interesting and generally enjoyable release.
Chick Corea - The Vigil (2013) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

Chick Corea - The Vigil (2013)
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Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

For the past half-century, on a jazz landscape that has seen its share of twists and turns, Chick Corea has always kept the faith – not just for himself, but for his peers and for the subsequent generations of musicians (and fans) whom he has inspired along the way. For the twenty-time GRAMMY Award-winning keyboardist and composer, jazz has always been about honoring and preserving the creative process and the creative spirit – the undying spark that reaches back to the very beginnings of civilization. On The Vigil, Chick Corea returns with a new band that also features guest appearances by Stanley Clarke and Ravi Coltrane.
Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea - An Evening With... In Concert (1978) [2CD] {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}

Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea - An Evening With… In Concert (1978) [2CD] {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}
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© 2014 Columbia / Sony Music Japan | SICP 4261~62
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano

Reissue and remastered. Comes with new liner notes. Available only for a limited period of time until March 20, 2015. It's unlikely that two major musicians could have more in common than Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock. Born a year apart, they both got their starts on Blue Note sessions in the early 1960s, worked extensively with Miles Davis (albeit in very different periods), and were among the architects and biggest successes of fusion in the 1970s. Equally distinguished as pianists and composers, they share many of the same influences, both in classical music (Ravel, Debussy, Bartók) and jazz (Davis, John Coltrane, and Bill Evans), and in the late 1970s, both were dividing their time between electric and acoustic projects.