Chick Corea - Akoustic Band
Reunited for the first time in over 10 years, the GRAMMY-winning Chick Corea Akoustic Band remains one of the best trios in contemporary jazz. With a mind-blowing level of individual virtuosity, Chick Corea, John Patitucci and Dave Weckl combine their talents in an exciting, energetic performance that includes the band's beloved "Humpty Dumpty." Captured in High-Definition Video and CD-quality sound, this unforgettable concert at New York City's famed Blue Note jazz club was one of the highlights of a GRAMMY-winning celebration chronicling four decades of Corea's incredible collaborations.
Chick Corea - piano John Patitucci - bass Dave Weckl - drums
Chick Corea - Duets with Bobby McFerrin
These two legends provide an evening of sheer delight as they blend their astonishing musical talents, passion, and creativity. Captured in high-definition video and CD-quality sound, this rare duet concert at New York City's famed Blue Note jazz club was part of a Grammy-winning reunion celebration chronicling Corea's amazing 4-decade career.
Chick Corea - Duets with Gary Burton
The GRAMMY-winning duo of jazz legend Chick Corea and vibraphone innovator Gary Burton takes jazz improvisation to a whole new level, captured in High-Definition Video and CD-quality sound. Held at the intimate Blue Note jazz club in New York City, this performance was part of a historic series of concerts celebrating a lifetime of Corea's musical collaborations.
Chick Corea - Duets with Gonzalo Rubalcaba
The legendary Chick Corea and Cuban jazz great Gonzalo Rubalcaba join together for an incredible concert exploring their Latin roots. Blending disparate strands of Cuban and American jazz traditions, Rubalcaba is one of Corea's most exciting and inspirational piano duet partners. Together they magically transform their pianos into percussive instruments pulsating with rhythm. Reunited for a very special duet concert captured in High-Definition Video and CD-quality sound, this performance at New York City's famed Blue Note jazz club was one of the highlights of an ambitious GRAMMY-winning celebration of Corea's groundbreaking four-decade career.
Many fans and critics consider the New Trio featuring Origin's drummer Jeff Ballard and bassist Avishai Cohen to be the greatest artistic achievement in Chick Corea's distinguished career. The band first achieved fame with its debut album, Past, Present & Futures, which hit the top of the Billboard charts. As demonstrated here, the trio's music is full of energy, playful and expressive and flavored with international nuances. Captured in High-Definition Video and CD-quality sound, this performance at New York City's Blue Note jazz club was part of a GRAMMY-winning series of historic and unprecedented concerts reuniting bands from Corea's four-decade career.
Chick Corea - piano Avishai Cohen - bass Jeff Ballard - drums
Jazz legend Chick Corea was only a teenager when he first fell under the spell of Bud Powell, a jazz piano giant who would greatly influence Corea's music. In the '90s, Corea offered a homage to his teacher and inspiration by forming a multigenerational quintet of players to perform in Powell's groundbreaking style. Celebrating a lifetime of Corea's incredible musical collaborations, the Remembering Bud Powell Band recently reunited at New York City's famed Blue Note jazz club for a very special performance, one of the highlights of a GRAMMY-winning series of historic and unprecedented concerts.
Chick Corea - piano Terence Blanchard - trumpet Joshua Redman - tenor
sax Christian McBride - bass Roy
Haynes - drums
Chick Corea - Three Quartets Band
Filmed at New York City's famed Blue Note jazz club in CD-quality sound and high-definition video, Corea recreates the magic with the remarkable Three Quartets Band, comprised of Michael Brecker, tenor sax; Eddie Gomez, bass; and Steve Gadd, drums, performing the innovative Three Quartets for the first time in nearly a quarter century.
Chick Corea - Now He Sings, Now He Sobs Trio
At the tender age of 26, jazz legend Chick Corea joined with bass prodigy Miroslav Vitous and drum genius Roy Haynes in recording an album so fresh and original that it forever redefined modern jazz. The Now He Sings, Now He Sobs Trio album was Corea's career breakthrough album. His fellow band members also took their places in the jazz firmament. Vitous became one of the founding members of the jazz "supergroup" Weather Report, and Haynes provided the distinctive rhythms for the music of such renowned artists as Miles Davis and Dizzy Gillespie. Trio reunites at New York's Blue Note club as part of a retrospective of Corea's four-decade career.
Chick Corea - piano Miroslav Vitous - bass Roy Haynes - drums
Chick Corea & Origin
This multi-talented band featuring Chick Corea, Avishai Cohen, Jeff Ballard, Steve Wilson, Steve Davis and Tim Garland has been called one of jazz's greatest ensembles, topping both the Down Beat Critics' Poll and the Jazz Times' Readers Poll. With a sensual, sophisticated flair, the band expertly navigates the Spanish, South American and Cuban styles that Chick calls his spiritual home base. The band recently reunited at New York City's famed Blue Note jazz club for a very special performance that was one of the highlights of a series of GRAMMY-winning concerts celebrating a lifetime of Corea's incredible musical collaborations, now captured in High-Definition Video and CD-quality sound.
CHICK COREA - PIANO AVISHAI COHEN - BASS
JEFF BALLARD - DRUMS STEVE WILSON - ALTO SAX STEVE DAVIS - TROMBONE TIM GARLAND - TENOR SAX