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Chick Corea
Chick (*1941) very early discovered the piano as his favorite instrument. Taught by his father, he very soon developped a great love to this instrument as well as for the jazz. He listened to Horace Silver and was influenced by Bud Powell.
 
In 1962, Chick had his first professional engagements with Mongo Santamaria and Willie Bobo. Later, he also worked with Blue Mitchell. McCoy Tyner, Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock gave him impulses for developping his own style.
 
In 1968, Chick joined the Miles Davis group, but left it in 1970 already for founding his own band "Circle". Chick got a wider reputation with his band Return To Forever, which he established 1972. It was in this period that Chick experimented with all kinds of keyboard instruments, among others with a Yamaha organ. After some changes of this group, he formed, in 1985, the group the Elektric Band with John Patitucci and Dave Weckl.
 
Chick passed away in February 2021.
contact:
homepage: www.chickcorea.com

 

Discography
Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy
Polydor 2310283
recorded August 1973 in New York/USA
Chick Corea, piano, organ, harpsichord, gongs
Lenny White, drums, percussion, congas, bongos
Stan Clarke, bass
Bill Connors, guitar
The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions
Columbia C5K 86359
recorded November 1969 through June 1970 in New York City/USA
Miles Davis, trumpet
Steve Grossman, soprano sax
Wayne Shorter, soprano sax
Bennie Maupin, bass clarinet
John McLaughlin, guitar
Sonny Sharrock, guitar
Chick Corea, organ, piano
Herbie Hancock, organ, piano
Keith Jarrett, piano
Ron Carter, bass
Michael Henderson, bass
Dave Holland, bass
Gene Perla, bass
Billy Cobham, drums
Jack DeJohnette, drums
Hermeto Pascoal, drums, vocals
Lenny White, drums
Airto Moreira, percussion

 
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