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Chick Corea

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Chick Corea & Return to Forever: Carnegie Recital Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Dan Nooger, The Village Voice, 14 December 1972

AS THE FIRST in a four-concert series, the Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies presented Chick Corea and Return to Forever last Friday at the Carnegie ...

Chick Corea: Return To Forever (ECM)

Review by Ed Jones, Cracker, February 1974

WITH THE demise of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, other record companies are looking for their own spacey, super-excellent, speedy-riffing jazz-rock group to grab some of the ...

Chick Corea's Pop Renaissance

Interview by John Swenson, Zoo World, 11 April 1974

"I GREW UP in a musical environment," states Chick Corea matter of factly as he sits cross legged in the main room of the apartment ...

Chick Corea: Playing the Harmonics of a Hotel Ass Cushion

Interview by Brian Case, New Musical Express, 8 February 1975

...among other harmonics of course. The piano man describes the development of his new outlook to BRIAN CASE ...

Chick Corea — Better Than Wakeman, Emerson or Elton?

Interview by Dan Nooger, Circus, March 1975

"I want to use my technique to communicate with people, not just to dazzle them," says Chick Corea, a slim, soft-spoken young man who could ...

Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea: Masonic Auditorium, San Francisco CA

Live Review by Philip Elwood, The San Francisco Examiner, 3 February 1978

Hancock-Corea: A grand piano bust ...

Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock: Carnegie Hall, New York NY

Live Review by John Swenson, Rolling Stone, 23 March 1978

Corea and Hancock go full circle ...

Crystal Silence: Gary Burton & Chick Corea

Preview by John L. Walters, Barbican show programme, April 2012

NEARLY 40 YEARS have elapsed since Gary Burton and Chick Corea walked into an Oslo studio to record the nine exquisite tracks that make up ...

How Chick Corea shaped a jazz generation

Comment by Kate Mossman, New Statesman, 24 February 2021

The pianist, who died in February, was one of the founding fathers of jazz fusion — a deeply misunderstood genre. ...


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