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Chick Corea - The Best Of Chick Corea (1993)

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Chick Corea - The Best Of Chick Corea (1993)


1. Straight Up And Down (Corea) - 6:30
2. Tones For Joan's Bones (Corea) - 6:30
3. Matrix (Corea) - 6:25
4. My One And Only Love (Melin-Wood) - 3:35		play
5. Windows (Corea) - 3:09
6. Samba Yantra (Corea) - 2:39
7. Pannonica (Monk) - 2:58		play
8. Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (Corea) - 7:05
9. Toy Room (Holland) - 5:51
10. Blues Connotation (Coleman) - 7:17
11. Nefretiti (Shorter) - 7:05

Personnel:

Track 1
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA
November 17, 1966
Blue Mitchell - trumpet
Julian Preister - trombone
Jerry Dodgion - sax alto
Junior Cook - sax tenor
Chick Corea - piano
Gene Taylor - bass
Mickey Roker - drums

Track 2
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA
November 17, 1966
Blue Mitchell - trumpet
Julian Preister - trombone
Jerry Dodgion - sax alto
Junior Cook - sax tenor
Chick Corea - piano
Gene Taylor - bass
Mickey Roker - drums

Track 3
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
March 1968
Chick Corea - piano
Miroslav Vitous - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

Track 4
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
March 1968
Chick Corea - piano
Miroslav Vitous - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

Track 5
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
March 1968
Chick Corea - piano
Miroslav Vitous - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

Track 6
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
March 1968
Chick Corea - piano
Miroslav Vitous - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

Track 7
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
March 1968
Chick Corea - piano
Miroslav Vitous - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

Track 8
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
March 1968
Chick Corea - piano
Miroslav Vitous - bass
Roy Haynes - drums

Track 9
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
April 1970
Chick Corea - piano
Dave Holland - bass
Barry Altschul - drums

Track 10
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
April 1970
Chick Corea - piano
Dave Holland - bass
Barry Altschul - drums
Track 11
Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC, NY, USA
April 1970
Chick Corea - piano
Dave Holland - bass
Barry Altschul – drums

 

When Chick Corea was an up-and-coming modern acoustic jazz pianist, he recorded for the Atlantic, Blue Note, and Solid State labels, producing Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, Song of Singing, and Inner Space. These three sessions, mostly trio dates with drummer Roy Haynes and bassist Miroslav Vitous, signified Corea as a strong melodicist, inventive composer, and deft player. For those who wish to discover Corea before he turned on the electricity, this is an excellent place to start. Originals such as "Straight Up and Down," "Tones for Joan's Bones," "Matrix," "Windows," and "Toy Room" show a challenging side of Corea that made him noticeable and unique. Occasionally, a larger ensemble does crop up here and there. Although his sessions for the Groove Merchant label -- dates with drummer Pete La Roca and the pivotal Is recording where he switched to the Fender Rhodes piano -- are not included, this is still a fascinating overview of where he was heading, especially considering his much edgier creative improvising work that followed with the A.R.C. trio and Anthony Braxton's Circle, prior to Return to Forever. It's highly recommended music from a burgeoning master. --- Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide

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