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Chick Corea Playlist

By: anonymous

22 songs / 3:09:47

  1. 1 Booker Ervin Quartet / Boo's Blues 05:03
  2. 2 Booker Ervin Quartet / Mojo 14:01
  3. 3 Booker Ervin Quartet / Deep Night 06:49
  4. 4 Miles Davis Quintet / Sanctuary 02:58
  5. 5 Miles Davis Quintet / Directions 09:58
  6. 6 Miles Davis Quintet / Masqualero 09:56
  7. 7 Miles Davis Quintet / Bitches Brew 08:01
  8. 8 Miles Davis / The Mask 03:55
  9. 9 Miles Davis / Spanish Key 05:42
  10. 10 Miles Davis / Miles Runs the Voodoo Down 04:39
  11. 11 Return to Forever / The Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy 04:26
  12. 12 Return to Forever / Theme To The Mother Ship 10:56
  13. 13 Return to Forever / Children's Song #1 / Space Circus 07:24
  14. 14 Return to Forever / Captain Senor Mouse 11:32
  15. 15 Return to Forever / The Game Maker 08:26
  16. 16 Return to Forever / Beyond the Seventh Galaxy 03:18
  17. 17 Return to Forever / Song to the Pharoah Kings 15:42
  18. 18 Return to Forever / The Shadow of Lo 09:48
  19. 19 Return to Forever / Where Have I Known You Before 06:09
  20. 20 Return to Forever / Vulcan Worlds 10:05
  21. 21 Chick Corea & Herbie Hancock / Homecoming 13:11
  22. 22 Chick Corea & Herbie Hancock / An Improvisation With A Hook 17:48
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This Chick Corea playlist, in honor of his 73rd birthday on June 12, opens with the 26-year-old pianist as a sideman to tenor saxophonist Booker Ervin at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival. From there is segues to a tracks with Chick as a sideman in Miles Davis' turbulent and freewheeling electric band of 1970, then it takes in two years (1973-74) with his fusion band Return To Forever featuring bassist Stanley Clarke, drummer Lenny White and either guitarist Bill Connors ('73) or Al Di Meola ('74). And it concludes with Chick performing intimate piano duets with Herbie Hancock from 1978.
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This Chick Corea playlist, in honor of his 73rd birthday on June 12, opens with the 26-year-old pianist as a sideman to tenor saxophonist Booker Ervin at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival. From there is segues to a tracks with Chick as a sideman in Miles Davis' turbulent and freewheeling electric band of 1970, then it takes in two years (1973-74) with his fusion band Return To Forever featuring bassist Stanley Clarke, drummer Lenny White and either guitarist Bill Connors ('73) or Al Di Meola ('74). And it concludes with Chick performing intimate piano duets with Herbie Hancock from 1978.