A judicious mix of jazz classics, standards, and Corea compositions, Live is a blast.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
Fuse critics pay homage to Chick Corea performances and recordings that they found memorable.
A pair of beauties: an Eric Revis quintet album and a solo excursion from Chick Corea.
His beautiful sound is undimmed by time, his sensitivity to nuance is intact, and his choice of virtuoso partners was a delight.
This year I resolved to do an unapologetic fan experience at Newport Jazz.
What I’ve learned from three years of research and listening is that the piano concerto is an ideal vehicle with which individual composers can experiment
Given that these two virtuoso pianists were in a jubilant, hometown mood, this was a concert that could hardly fail to please.
According to Chick Corea, this recording contains first impressions of the compositions that he’ll be playing with his band on upcoming tours. It’ll be interesting to hear how these tunes and this group develops.
Chick Corea and Gary Burton were celebrating their recent disc, “Hot House,” which they said was meant to recall the sixties, when the two were starting their careers. But the sixties were never quite like this.