Chick Corea: In the Mind of a Master puts you in the best seat in the house—upfront and personal with the musical legend as he jams and riffs, letting you in on the creative process. This is what true mastery looks and sounds like.
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Legendary recording artists share their stories, their inspiration, their passion.
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