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23-10-2014, 21:42

Chick Corea - Tones for Joan's Bones (2012)

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Chick Corea - Tones for Joan's Bones (2012)
Artist: Chick Corea
Title Of Album: Tones for Joan's Bones
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Atlantic/WEA/Warner/Rhino/Vortex
Genre: Post-Bop, Fusion, Avant-Garde Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 40:08
Total Size: 290 MB


01. Litha (Corea) - 13:37
02. This Is New (Weill-Gershwin) - 7:42
03. Tones for Joan's Bones (Corea) - 6:12
04. Straight Up and Down (Corea) - 12:37

Chick Corea - piano
Joe Farrell - tenor saxophone, flute
Woody Shaw - trumpet
Steve Swallow - bass
Joe Chambers - drums

Tones for Joan's Bones, Chick Corea's first session as a leader, is a blazing, advanced hard bop set from late 1966, with writing that reveals an affinity with McCoy Tyner's seminal hard bop structures from this period. Tenor player Joe Farrell and trumpeter Woody Shaw are ideal for this music. They deliver virtuoso performances that are both visceral and cerebral. Steve Swallow, while later focusing exclusively on electric bass, often with a melodic, impressionistic approach, is pure thunder here. In a blindfold test his acoustic bass could be mistaken for Buster Williams'. Drummer Joe Chambers is all relentless, propulsive energy, but subtle too. Corea is a torrent of harmonic and melodic imagination, couched in unerring rhythm. Anybody with an interest in this vital and exciting period will find this session indispensable.






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