Returned to Forever: The Chick Corea's Songbook, Part 2

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We continue our journey through the Chick Corea Songbook (part 1). For decades he was one of the contemporary ambassadors of American jazz, inspiring fans and other musicians all over the world. In this part of the programme, we'll feature renditions of his work by musicians from abroad and from the USA, and from across musical genres including hip-hop acts that mined the Chick Corea catalogue.


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Masabumi Kikuchi "Matrix" Matrix (Victor) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:13
  • Luca Mannutza Sound Six "Litha" Tributo ai sestetti anni 60 (Albore Jazz) 6:01
  • Host talks 13:25
  • Bob Berg "Ramiro's Dream" Riddles (Stretch) 14:31
  • Jonathan Kreisberg, Nelson Veras "Windows" Kreisberg Meets Veras (New For Now) 21:55
  • Lizz Wright "Open Your Eyes, You Can Fly" Salt (Verve) 30:06
  • Host talks 33:43
  • Rigmor Gustafsson Quintet "You're Everything" In the Light of Day (Prophone) 34:40
  • Tom Scott "Tones for Joan's Bones" Bebop United (MCG Jazz) 40:34
  • Host talks 47:12
  • World Renown "How Nice I Am" How Nice I Am -Single (Warner) 48:18
  • Black Sheep "Gotta Get Up" Non-Fiction (Mercury) 52:21
  • Ramsey Lewis, Billy Taylor "We Meet Again" We Meet Again (CBS) 57:07
  • Host talks 1:04:46
  • Chick Corea, Christian McBride, Brian Blade "500 Miles High" Trilogy 2 (Live) (Concord Jazz) 1:07:31
Photo credit: Roberto Cifarelli.

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