9 July 2014

CHICK COREA ‎– THE SUN (FAR EAST, EXPRESS, 1970)





A1. Moon Dance
A2. Slumber

B1. The Sun, Part 1
B2. The Sun, Part 2
B3. The Moon


Chick Corea, piano
Dave Holland, bass
Jack DeJohnette, drums
Steve Jackson, percussion
Steve Grossman, tenor saxophone


Recorded at Up Surge Studio, New York City, September 14, 1970

Far East, Express ‎– ETJ-60004

Vinyl Rip




18 comments:

Nick said...

GF

1f

anon'n'on said...

he forgot the stars

davide said...

Wow, toally new to me, thanks for sharing

Andy said...

The stars are in the line-up. Thanks Nick. :)

jazzuk said...

Pleased to have an upgrade for this rarity. Thanks very much!

-Otto- said...

Thank you, Nick!

m_kydonieus said...

Holy crap! Any new (to me) Chick Corea from that period is like gold. And with Steve Grossman? How can you lose? Thanks, Nick.

Howard said...

Another Jem, and Produced buy Teruo Nakamura, who is still producing Grossman records today. Many thanks Nick.

apf said...

Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

New to me, too. How did this little gem slip through the cracks. Thanks for bringing it to light!

Anonymous said...

Same for me - never heard about that record. Thanks so much!
- inamorata

Anonymous said...

New to me also. I haven't checked yet, but isn't this pretty much the Miles Davis line-up of the period? Looking forward to listening. Many thanks.

-Brian

corvimax said...

and nice also, thank you

Dr. Puck said...

crazy crazy rare
gracias

wightdj said...

Nice one, thanks.

Anonymous said...

thanks! rare one i think

DW said...

Nick, thanks!!

correct silence said...

I was waiting for the cd reissue that was supposed to come late November on universal Japan in company of "Le temps fou" by Marion Brown. But finally universal Japan decided to cancel all of them without explain. So I searched on the blogosphere about this gemm and what did I found? Inconstant Sol, again! ...and the link is still working! Is it possible that some blogs do a better job than some records company? Of course no, the major records company do a real great job isn't it?