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  1. Corea is regarded as one of the most important jazz musicians and composers of his generation. (Web site)
  2. Corea was born in the City of Chelsea, Massachusetts directly across the Mystic River from the City of Boston.
  3. Corea was born in Kurana, Katunayake in Ceylon on 11th September 1927. (Web site)
  4. Chick Corea is not only a wonderful pianist but also one of the greatest bandleaders in jazz. (Web site)
  5. Chick Corea is one of the most fascinating figures in all of jazz fusion and avant garde music. (Web site)

Joshua Redman

  1. They've jammed with the likes of Chick Corea, Joshua Redman and Branford Marsalis, but make no mistake, these five are very proud Generation Y citizens.

Chic Corea

  1. Like Herbie Hancock and Chic Corea they have admirers in large numbers from both camps. (Web site)

Electric Keyboards

  1. During 1969-1971, he was with Miles Davis ' fusion group, playing organ and electric keyboards; Chick Corea was also in the band for the first year. (Web site)

Dave Weckl

  1. Dave Weckl is one of fusion's most acclaimed drummers, making his name during a six-year-stint with Chick Corea. (Web site)
  2. Enlisting Elektric Band sidemen John Patitucci and Dave Weckl, Corea swings through ten tracks with noticeably mixed results. (Web site)

Elektric Band

  1. In 1982, Gulda teamed up with jazz pianist Chick Corea, who found himself in between the breakup of Return to Forever and the formation of his Elektric Band. (Web site)

Chick Corea Elektric Band

  1. In the 1980s Corea formed a new fusion band called the Chick Corea Elektric Band which featured new young musicians such as Dave Weckl and John Patitucci.
  2. In the 1980s, Chick Corea produced well-regarded albums, including Chick Corea Elektric Band (1986) and Eye of the Beholder (1987).

Pianist Chick Corea

  1. Chick Corea Elektric Band is a jazz fusion band, led by pianist Chick Corea.
  2. Well-known fusion musicians include Miles Davis and pianist Chick Corea. (Web site)


  1. His debut with the Chick Corea band was a series of concerts at Disneyland on Memorial Day weekend. (Web site)


  1. While in Boston, Dayna also had the opportunity to perform with Chick Corea and the Boston Pops for a P.B.S. special. (Web site)


  1. Holland and Corea left to form their own group, Circle, active between 1970 and 1971.


  1. John Patitucci left the Elektric Band in the early '90s but continued working with Corea on an occasional basis. (Web site)
  2. His career rapidly progressed to working with the likes of George Benson, George Shearing, Chick Corea, and many others. (Web site)


  1. To anyone who is a fan of Chick Corea, Bela Fleck or Pat Metheny, Venegoni's work is a must.


  1. Everyone responded to it very well.” Also in 1999, Corea recorded two solo piano gems, Piano Originals and Piano Standards, both on Stretch.
  2. Having performed comfortably with everyone from Astor Piazziolla to Chick Corea, Burton has become the ambassador of his instrument.


  1. El tantra en sus variadas formas, existe en países como Bután, Corea, China, India, Indonesia, Japón, Mongolia, Nepal, y Tíbet.


  1. With Corea, Clarke was a member of Return to Forever, which recorded eight albums and scored a Grammy award and several nominations. (Web site)
  2. Between them, pianist Chick Corea and vibraphonist Gary Burton have 18 Grammy Awards, two of them for albums they performed on together.

Electric Piano

  1. After Corea left in 1970, Jarrett often played electric piano and organ simultaneously. (Web site)

Roy Haynes

  1. Since 1994, his career found itself enriched with five more solo albums and collaborations with such artists as Maria Schneider, Chick Corea and Roy Haynes. (Web site)


  1. I was 23-years-old and thought 'What can I do that Chick Corea can't do?' Well, Haynes said, 'I got a good feeling and you got a good feeling.


  1. In 1997, Maestro was first exposed to Avishai Cohen’s music in a concert of the Chick Corea Trio with Gary Burton in Sweden. (Web site)


  1. Merchants of the Middle East called it Cauli (from the Chinese pronunciation), which then came to be spelled Corea and Korea.


  1. Merchants of the Middle East called it Goryeo, Koryo, which then came to be spelled Corea and Korea. (Web site)
  2. Today, Korea and related forms such as Corea and Core that derive from Goryeo are used as names for the country in most languages around the world. (Web site)

Bud Powell

  1. Corea toured in 1996 with his Time Warp quartet, then toured and recorded with Joshua Redman, Roy Haynes and others to celebrate the legacy of Bud Powell. (Web site)

Stan Getz

  1. Highly recommended for all Stan Getz or Chick Corea fans, as well as anybody who appreciates fine mellow jazz.


  1. Hancock and Joe Zawinul were brought in to assist Corea on electric keyboards, and guitarist John McLaughlin made the first of his many appearances. (Web site)

Acoustic Bass

  1. On the September sessions, Holland played acoustic bass; though Corea plays an electric piano, it is not a Rhodes.

Tony Williams

  1. During this time he met Tony Williams and Chick Corea and played bass in a Latin jazz group with Tony, Chick and congero Bill Fitch.


  1. Buddhism was introduced into Japan in A.D. 552. The King of Kudara (Corea) sent Buddhist statutes and books as a present to the Emperor Kimmei. (Web site)
  2. The Sea of Corea (the East Sea) was an inland lake and Korea was land-connected to Japan, Formosa, Indochina, and India.
  3. The banner year of 2008 also saw the release of the two-CD Duet (Chick Corea & Hiromi), issued in Japan on Universal.

Jazz Pianist

  1. I don't think anyone denies that Corea is probably the most technically accomplished jazz pianist alive today. (Web site)
  2. A chance meeting with Chick Corea when she was 17 led to a performance with the jazz pianist the very next day.

Jazz Pianists

  1. Tatum would have a great influence on later jazz pianists, such as Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk, Lennie Tristano, Chick Corea, and especially Oscar Peterson.


  1. I was advised by my new drum teacher to pick a bunch of albums, so I started with Chick Corea 's Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, with Roy Haynes on drums. (Web site)
  2. Chick Corea has been mentioned in the same breath as other jazz pianists, such as Herbie Hancock.
  3. Having performed with artists like Miles Davis, Stan Getz, and Chick Corea and Weather Report, these two incredible artists are true pathfinders.

Jazz Legends

  1. Dave Liebman has performed with Miles Davis, Elvin Jones, Chick Corea and many other jazz legends and has been featured on almost 300 recordings.

George Duke

  1. Along with Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, and Bob James, George Duke stands as one of the true master keyboardists of the late 20th century.

Airto Moreira

  1. Chick Corea 's group Return to Forever was similar in style and approach; the bands in fact shared some members, including Airto Moreira. (Web site)

Stanley Clarke

  1. What made Return to Forever distinctive were their compositions, written mostly by Corea and the group's bassist, Stanley Clarke.
  2. Newer artists, such as Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul and Pat Metheny also became involved in the developing scene.
  3. São eles: Chick Corea com o seu Return to Forever (Stanley Clarke (baixo) e Airto Moreira (percussão)), além do baterista Tony Williams. (Web site)

Anthony Braxton

  1. After leaving Davis's group, Holland briefly joined the avant-garde jazz group Circle with Chick Corea, Barry Altschul and Anthony Braxton. (Web site)


  1. Corea and Tony Williams had been together in Miles Davis' 1968 band since the recording of Filles de Kilimandjaro during June of that year.
  2. After recording a string of fusion records in the late '80s with his Elektric Band, Chick Corea returned to acoustic jazz with this trio date.


  1. Herbie is a great drummer, just like Chick Corea.


  1. The new quintet lineup of Shorter, Corea, Holland, and DeJohnette solidified during the 1968-'69 recording of Filles De Kilimanjaro and In a Silent Way.
  2. By the final sessions for Filles de Kilimanjaro in September 1968, Hancock had been replaced by Chick Corea and Carter by Dave Holland. (Web site)
  3. Fille de Kilimanjaro is an example of this development, Davis accompanied by regular players Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Chick Corea and Wayne Shorter. (Web site)


  1. After recording few albums with Circle, the group soon disbanded when Corea was replaced with Sam Rivers. (Web site)
  2. First, Jarrett played electronic organ and, after Chick Corea left the group, he also played the electric piano.
  3. The group included Chick Corea, Hancock, John McLaughlin, and others who went on to become mainstays of the jazz fusion movement. (Web site)


  1. Corea previously worked with McLaughlin in Miles Davis' late-1960s bands, including the group that recorded Davis' album Bitches Brew.
  2. When the first round of solos ends, Zawinul and McLaughlin and Williams usher it back in with painterly decoration and illumination from Corea and Hancock. (Web site)


  1. Chick Corea, pianist, composer, drummer, percussionist (he also plays trumpet avocationally); b. (Web site)
  2. Born in 1941, pianist and composer Armando Anthony "Chick" Corea is a multiple Grammy winner.


  1. Corea isn't featured at all, so Clarke himself provides some piano, and Dave Sancious and George Duke provides most of the keyboard fest elsewhere.
  2. At eight Corea also took up drums, which would later influence his use of the piano as a percussion instrument. (Web site)
  3. And for the consistent level of performance by Chick Corea (piano), Miroslav Vitous (bass) and Roy Haynes (drums). (Web site)

Dave Holland

  1. The keyboards of Corea and Zawinul create a haunting, riffing groove echoed and accented by the two basses of Harvey Brooks and Dave Holland.
  2. In concert, Davis' rhythm section of Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette combined elements of free jazz improvisation and rock music. (Web site)
  3. Further associations included playing with Circle, led by Chick Corea and the group included Dave Holland and Anthony Braxton. (Web site)


  1. During this period, Davis toured with the "lost quintet" of Shorter, Corea, Holland and DeJohnette.
  2. The regular working band at this point was Davis, Shorter, Corea, Holland, DeJohnette, and percussionist Airto Moreira. (Web site)
  3. The so-called "lost quintet" of Davis, Shorter, Corea, Holland and Jack DeJohnette was active in 1969 but never made any studio recordings as a quintet. (Web site)


  1. Zawinul, along with Corea, was one of the first to integrate electric pianos and early synthesizers such as Bob Moog's minimoog into jazz. (Web site)
  2. The album received a very positive review from All About Jazz.[ 1] (Clarke and White played together with Chick Corea in Return to forever).
  3. Their primary influences soon included jazz and fusion, such as Chick Corea, Allan Holdsworth, Pat Metheny but also Frank Zappa.


  1. In 1972, Getz recorded in the fusion idiom with Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke.
  2. Later, Getz tried such things as pianoless quartets, fusion music with Chick Corea, and a return to a more straightahead style in his later career.


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