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     Chick Corea
 
 

Real name: Armando Anthony Corea
Born: Jun 12, 1941 in Chelsea, MA
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Free Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion
Instruments: Piano (Electric), Leader, Keyboards, Composer, Piano

Chick Corea has been one of the most significant jazzmen of the past 30 years. Not content at any time to rest on his laurels, Corea has been involved in quite a few important musical projects and his musical curiosity has never dimmed. A masterful pianist who along with Herbie Hancock and Keith Jarrett was one of the top stylists to emerge after Bill Evans and McCoy Tyner, Corea is also one of the few electric keyboardists to be quite individual and recognizable on synthesizers. In addition he has composed several jazz standards including "Spain," "La Fiesta" and "Windows."

Corea began playing piano when he was four and early on Horace Silver and Bud Powell were influences. He picked up important experience playing with the bands of Mongo Santamaria and Willie Bobo (1962-63), Blue Mitchell (1964-66), Herbie Mann and Stan Getz. He made his recording debut as a leader with 1966's Tones for Joan's Bones and his 1968 trio set (with Miroslav Vitous and Roy Haynes) Now He Sings, Now He Sobs is considered a classic. After a short stint with Sarah Vaughan, Corea joined Miles Davis as Herbie Hancock's gradual replacement, staying with Miles during a very important transitional period (1968-70). He was persuaded by the trumpeter to start playing electric piano and was on such significant albums as Filles de Kilimanjaro, In a Silent Way, Bitches Brew and Miles Davis at the Fillmore. When he left Davis, Corea at first chose to play avant-garde acoustic jazz in Circle, a quartet with Anthony Braxton, Dave Holland and Barry Altschul. But at the end of 1971 he changed directions again.

Leaving Circle, Corea played briefly with Stan Getz and then formed Return to Forever which started out as a melodic Brazilian group with Stanley Clarke, Joe Farrell, Airto and Flora Purim. Within a year Corea (with Clarke, Bill Connors and Lenny White) had changed Return to Forever into a pacesetting and high-powered fusion band; Al DiMeola took Connors' place in 1974. While the music was rock-oriented, it still retained the improvisations of jazz and Corea remained quite recognizable, even under the barrage of electronics. When RTF broke up in the late '70s, Corea retained the name for some big-band dates with Clarke. During the next few years he generally emphasized his acoustic playing and appeared in a wide variety of contexts including separate duet tours with Gary Burton and Herbie Hancock, a quartet with Michael Brecker, trios with Miroslav Vitous and Roy Haynes, tributes to Thelonious Monk and even some classical music.

In 1985 Chick Corea formed a new fusion group, the Elektric Band, which eventually featured bassist John Patitucci, guitarist Frank Gambale, saxophonist Eric Marienthal and drummer Dave Weckl. To balance out his music, a few years later he formed his Akoustic Trio with Patitucci and Weckl. When Patitucci went out on his own in the early '90s the personnel changed but Corea has continued leading stimulating groups (including a recent quartet with Patitucci and Bob Berg) up until the present time. During 1996-97 Corea toured with an all-star quintet (including Kenny Garrett and Wallace Roney) that played modern versions of Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk compositions. He remains an important force in modern jazz and every phase of his development has been well-documented on records.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=5920 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.chickcorea.com Official website. Biography, tour, discography, links
www.tonnel.ru/?l=gzl&uid=1064&op=bio Биография, творчество [ru]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chick_Corea About from 'wikipedia'
www.ejn.it/mus/corea.htm Biography from Europe Jazz Network [mobile]
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chick_Corea About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Chick Corea - 'A.R.C. Children's Songs' - 1971, ECM
 Chick Corea - 'Concerto' - 2000, Sony
 Chick Corea - 'Converge' - 1999, Records, G&P Music
 Chick Corea - 'Crystal Silence. Lyric Suite For Sextet' - 1982, ECM
 Chick Corea - 'Duet Chick & Hiromi' - 2008, Universal Japan, Concord
 Chick Corea - 'Five Trios' - 2007, Universal
 Chick Corea - 'Forever' - 2011, Concord Jazz
 Chick Corea - 'Further Explorations' - 2012, Concord Jazz
 Chick Corea - 'Hot House' - 2012, Concord Jazz
 Chick Corea - 'Is' - 1969, Blue Note
 Chick Corea - 'Light Years' - 1987, GRP
 Chick Corea - 'Live In Molde' - 2005, MNJ Records
 Chick Corea - 'My Spanish Heart' - 1976, Polydor Ltd.
 Chick Corea - 'Origin: Live At Blue Note' - 1997, Stretch
 Chick Corea - 'Originations' - 2000, Stretch, Lider
 Chick Corea - 'Paint The World' - 1993, GRP
 Chick Corea - 'Past, Present & Futures' - 2001, Stretch
 Chick Corea - 'Rendezvous In New York' - 2003, Stretch Records
 Chick Corea - 'Return To Forever' - 1972, ECM
 Chick Corea - 'Sea Breeze' - 2002, Universe
 Chick Corea - 'The Electric Band' - 1986, GRP
 Chick Corea - 'The Mad Hatter' - 1978, Verve, Polydor
 Chick Corea - 'Tones For Joan's Bones' - 1966, Atlantic
 Chick Corea - 'Touchstone' - 1982, Stretch
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Bunny Brunel - 'Touch' - 1978, Brunel Music
 Herbie Hancock - 'An Evening With Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea In Concert' - 1992, Columbia
 Roy Haynes - 'Trio Music, Live In Europe' - 1986, ECM
 Joe Henderson - 'Mirror Mirror' - 1980, Polygram
 John McLaughlin - 'Five Peace Band Live' - 2000, Concord
 Return to Forever - 'Hymn To The Seventh Galaxy' - 1973, Polydor Ltd., Dora
 Return to Forever - 'Light As A Feather' - 1973, Polydor Ltd.
 Return to Forever - 'Where Hove I Known You Before' - 1974, ECM, Ars Nova
  как соисполнитель ...
 Carles Benavent - 'Sumando' - 2006, Nuevos Medios
 Bob Berg - 'Enter The Spirit' - 1993, Stretch
 Bunny Brunel - 'Ivanhoe' - 1983, Planet Blue Records
 Circle - 'Paris Concert' - 1990, ECM
 Stanley Clarke - 'Journey To Love' - 1975, Epic
 Stanley Clarke - 'School Days' - 1976, Epic
 Stanley Clarke - 'The Stanley Clarke Band' - 2010, Telarc
 Avishai Cohen {bass} - 'Lyla' - 2003, SRazdaz, Sunnyside
 Vinnie Colaiuta - 'Vinnie Colaiuta' - 1994, Stretch
 Larry Coryell - 'Introducing The Eleventh House With Larry Coryell' - 1990, Vanguard
 Miles Davis - 'Big Fun' - 1974, Sony
 Miles Davis - 'Bitches Brew' - 1969, Columbia, Ars Nova
 Miles Davis - 'Black Beauty. Davis At Filamore West' - 1970, Columbia, Legacy
 Miles Davis - 'Circle In The Round' - 1979, Columbia, Legacy
 Miles Davis - 'Filles De Kilimanjaro' - 1968, Columbia, Legacy
 Miles Davis - 'In A Silent Way' - 1969, Columbia
 Miles Davis - 'Live-Evil' - 1970, Columbia
 Miles Davis - 'On The Corner' - 2000, Columbia, Legacy
 Miles Davis - 'The Complete Jack Johnson Session' - 2003, Columbia, Legacy
 Miles Davis - 'Water Babies' - 1977, Sony
 Richard Davis - 'Forest Flowers' - 1977, 32 Jazz
 Al Di Meola - 'Land Of The Midnight Sun' - 1976, Columbia
 Al Di Meola - 'Splendido Hotel' - 1979, Columbia
 Anne Ducros - 'Piano, Piano' - 2006, Dreyfus Jazz
 Joe Farrell - 'Outback' - 1971, CTI Records
 Grant Geissman - 'Cool Man Cool' - 2009, Futurism Records
 Stan Getz - 'Captain Marvel And Other' - 1972, Columbia
 Stan Getz - 'Sweet Rain' - 1967, Verve
 Eddie Gomez - 'Next Future' - 1992, Stretch, GRP
 Lionel Hampton - 'Supreme Jazz' - 2006, Membran, Supreme Jazz
 Roy Haynes - 'Roy-Alty' - 2011, Dreyfus
 Joe Henderson - 'Big Band' - 1992, Verve
 Bobby Hutcherson - 'Total Eclipse' - 1968, Blue Note
 Geoffrey Keezer - 'Sublime: Honoring The Music Of Hank Jones' - 2003, Telarc
 Chaka Khan - 'Echoes Of An Era' - 1982, Rhino
 Eric Kloss - 'Eric Kloss & The Rhythm Section' - 1993, Prestige
 Bill Laswell - 'Panthalassa - The Music Of Miles Davis 1969-1974' - 1998, Columbia
 Andy Laverne - 'Andy LaVerne Plays The Music Of Chick Corea' - 1988, Jazzline Records
 Hubert Laws - 'Wild Flower' - 1972, Label M
 Eric Marienthal - 'Crossroads' - 1990, GRP
 Eric Marienthal - 'Got You Covered!' - 2005, Peak
 Eric Marienthal - 'Round Trip' - 1989, GRP
 Harvey Mason Sr. - 'With All My Heart' - 2004, RCA Victor, BMG, Bluebird
 Christian McBride - 'Number Two Express' - 1995, Verve
 Bobby McFerrin - 'Beyond Words' - 2002, Blue Note
 Bobby McFerrin - 'Mouth Music' - 2001, Sony Music
 Bobby McFerrin - 'The Best Of Bobby McFerrin' - 1996, Blue Note
 Helen Merrill - 'Brownie: Homage To Clifford Brown' - 1994, Universal Music
 Blue Mitchell - 'Down With It!' - 1965, Blue Note
 Airto Moreira - 'Killer Bees' - 1993, B&W, AGAT
 Airto Moreira - 'Struck By Lightning' - 1989, Venture
 Claus Ogerman - 'A Man And His Music' - 2004, Verve
 John Patitucci - 'Heart Of The Bass' - 1991, Stretch
 Dave Pike - 'Manhattan Latin' - 1964, Verve, Decca
 Return to Forever - 'Romantic Warrior' - 1976, Columbia, Legacy, Lider
 Lee Ritenour - 'Rhythm Sessions' - 2012, Concord
 Antonio Sanchez - 'Migration' - 2007, CAM Jazz
 Arturo Sandoval - 'Flight To Freedom' - 1991, GRP
 Wayne Shorter - 'Super Nova' - 1969, Blue Note
 Cal Tjader - 'Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz' - 1996, Verve
 Cal Tjader - 'Verve Jazz Masters 39' - 1994, Verve
 Various Artists - 'Bass Is' - 1992, Enja
 Miroslav Vitous - 'Universal Syncopations' - 2003, ECM
 Bennie Wallace - 'Mystic Bridge' - 1982, Enja
 


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