Celebrating Chick Corea’s 24th and 25th Grammy Award wins on Sunday night, Scientology Network presents a tribute special chronicling his incomparable musical genius and legacy. The
Chick’s latest Grammy wins include Best Improvised Jazz Solo for “All Blues” and Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Trilogy 2, along with Christian McBride and Brian Blade.
The iconic instrumentalist, composer and bandleader was known for his awe-inspiring command of the piano. Having pioneered the category of jazz fusion, Chick was an astonishingly prolific composer who influenced a wide range of top musicians across all genres, from Herbie Hancock and Gary Burton to Bobby McFerrin.
“My mission has always been to bring the joy of creating anywhere I could, and to have done so with all the artists that I admire so dearly—this has been the richness of my life.” —Chick Corea
The 3-hour tribute special features:
Both Chick’s approach to creating music and how he handled life left an indelible mark on his friends and fellow musicians he performed with.
Spanish jazz musician Jorge Pardo says in The Musician, “He’s always eliminated barriers. I think he’s a little bit like Miles [Davis] in that regard, that, you know, it’s just music. His energy is amazing. And it’s like this momentum.”
“The thing that I like, working with Chick, probably the most is how music unfolds before our eyes and before our ears, you know? We’re all experiencing this music at the same time, simultaneously. Everyone, whether you’re participating in the music, if you’re just a passive listener and listening to it, we’re all discovering this music at the same time,” said Bobby McFerrin in the documentary.
Grammy Award winner Rubén Blades thanked Chick Corea in an interview after recording and collaborating on Antidote, “Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to learn and to leave my comfort zone and come to a different area of music. Thank you for the respect and for all your kindness, actually.”
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