Chick Corea has been one of the most significant jazzmen since the ’60s. He was one of the top stylists to emerge after Bill Evans and McCoy Tyner. Corea has composed several jazz standards, including [More]
“Lotus Blossom” (Composition by Kenny Dorham; originally composed by Coslow & Johnston) from the new album “Trilogy 2” (October 4, 2019). Trilogy 2, a new double album out today from Chick Corea (with Christian McBride [More]
Chick Corea presents his “musical dream,” a new composition “in the spirit of Mozart” – where jazz, Latin, and classical converge into a globally inspired concerto for jazz quintet and chamber orchestra. The Continents is [More]
The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars, stating: “The musical concepts on Past, Present, & Futures, as played by this trio, present no comparisons to previous Corea bands, and this release contains some of [More]
The Song of Singing is Chick Corea’s fifth solo recording, released in 1970. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars, stating that “music is rather free and avant-garde but rewards close [More]
As vividly interactive as Keith Jarrett in his standards trio, but with an original songbook and more attention to form, Corea has always been a responsive player, but this trio may be the most informal-feeling [More]
Now He Sings, Now He Sobs is a jazz piano trio album by Chick Corea, released December 1968 on Solid State Records. In more recent times, it was acquired by EMI/Blue Note and reissued on [More]