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Chick Corea - The Montreux Years (LP, Remastered)

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Chick Corea (1941–2021) was an American jazz pianist and composer born on June 12, 1941, in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Chick started learning piano at age four. He recorded his first album in 1966 with Tones For Joan's Bones. Corea performed with Blue Mitchell, Willie Bobo, Cal Tjader, and Herbie Mann in the mid-1960s. In the late 1960s, he performed with Stan Getz and Miles Davis. He became a role model for many young jazz pianists of the 1970s. He is often ranked with Herbie Hancock and Keith Jarrett as one of the most important pianists to appear after Bill Evans and McCoy Tyner, and he composed such prominent jazz standards as "Spain", "La Fiesta", and "Windows".

Release Info

Artist: Chick Corea
Label: Montreux Jazz Festival
Format: LP, Remastered
Country: Europe
Label: Montreux Jazz Festival
Released: 2022-09-22
Genre: Jazz


A1 Fingerprints
A2 Bud Powell
B1 Quartet No. 2 (Pt. 1)
B2 Interlude
C1 Who's Inside The Piano?
C2 Dignity
C3 America (Continents Pt.4)
D1 New Waltz
D2 Trinkle Tinkle

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