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This Is Jazz #12

Return to Forever

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Album Review

Though purists will find Return to Forever's This Is Jazz, Vol. 12 frustratingly incomplete, it isn't designed for them. The entire This is Jazz series is targeted at casual fans and neophytes, who only want a sampling of a famous jazz artist. In that sense, this disc does its job quite well, displaying nearly every aspect of the group's adventurous jazz fusion, including collaboratins with Al DiMeola, Stanley Clarke and Joe Farrell. Of course, this only gives a general idea of what Chick Corea accomplished with Return to Forever, but it's enough to spark the interest of anyone wanting to explore the group's catalog.

Biography

Formed: 1971

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Jazz keyboard player Chick Corea's Return to Forever emerged as one of the key jazz-rock fusion bands of the 1970s. Like Weather Report and the Mahavishnu Orchestra, they were formed by an alumnus of Miles Davis' late-'60s bands with the intention of furthering the jazz-rock hybrid Davis had explored on albums like Bitches Brew. At the time, this was seen as a means of creativity, a new direction for jazz, and as a way of attracting the kinds of large audiences enjoyed by rock musicians. Return to...
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This Is Jazz #12, Return to Forever
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Fusion
  • Released: 07 August 1996

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