chick corea Archive

Hundred Word Reviews for November 2021: Five New Jazz Releases

It’s been quite awhile since I’ve done a roundup of capsule reviews. It’s time. So here’s my take on five new releases, all in the jazz idiom. Chuck Owen and […]

Album Review: Chick Corea – Chick Corea Plays

The pandemic and its resultant shutdowns may have (for a time) put a stop to live music performances, but after a brief pause in March and April, it seems to […]

Musoscribe’s Best of 2019: Interviews

I lost count of how many interviews I conducted in 2019. I think the number is right around 175. I enjoyed ever single one of them, but as is typical, […]

Hundred-word Reviews for December 2019, #1

As 2019 heads toward its end, there’s time for one more house-cleaning set of quick reviews. Here’s a look at notable new releases in jazz, blues rock and even country. […]

Heart Still Beating Strong: Chick Corea’s ‘Antidote’ (Part Three)

Continued from Part Two … Are you at all intrigued by recent developments in keyboard technology? I’m thinking of things like the Continuum Fingerboard. Or do you prefer to stick […]

Heart Still Beating Strong: Chick Corea’s ‘Antidote’ (Part Two)

Continued from Part One … With regard to the older songs for which you recorded the new versions on Antidote, was there kind of a specific mindset at work in […]

Heart Still Beating Strong: Chick Corea’s ‘Antidote’ (Part One)

Keyboardist Chick Corea is a giant in the jazz world. Composer of several tunes now considered standards, he has also been a key figure in the pioneering field of jazz […]

Album Review: Joe Henderson et. al. – Mirror, Mirror

Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone Chick Corea – piano Ron Carter – bass Billy Higgins – drums One of the most consistently thrilling qualities of jazz is the manner in […]

Album Review: Concord’s Latest “Definitive” Collections

Concord is at it again, but this time with a bit of a twist. Drawing upon the increasingly deep catalogs under their control, the label has compiled several entries in […]