Pianist Chick Corea later called this 1981 acoustic quartet — Joe Henderson on tenor, Gary Peacock on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums — his dream band, but nothing’s been released until now with Live in Montreux. That’s a pity, because this music was subtler and more challenging than much of what he recorded with others. And his ”Quintet #2” emerges as a memorable addition to his sizable catalog of compositions. B+
Live in MontreuxPianist Chick Corea later called this 1981 acoustic quartet — Joe Henderson on tenor, Gary Peacock on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums — his...Live in MontreuxJazzPianist Chick Corea later called this 1981 acoustic quartet — Joe Henderson on tenor, Gary Peacock on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums — his...1994-11-25
Genre: Jazz; Lead Performers: Chick Corea, Joe Henderson; Producer (group): GRP, Stretch
Posted November 25 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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