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CoreaHancock

CoreaHancock
Herbie Hancock
Released 1979
Recorded February 1978
Genre Jazz
Length 81:23 (vinyl)
71:41 (CD)
Label Polydor
Chick Corea chronology

Delphi I
(1978)
CoreaHancock
(1979)
Duet
(1978)
Herbie Hancock chronology
VSOP: Live Under the Sky
(1979)
CoreaHancock
(1979)
Monster
(1980)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

CoreaHancock is an acoustic live album by Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock. It was recorded over the course of several live performances in February 1978 and released in 1979. Corea has first billing on this album, as Hancock was credited for An Evening with Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea: In Concert, another recording of the same concert tour released by Hancock's label. The CD version heavily edits the final side of the vinyl release. Unlike An Evening, CoreaHancock has not been reissued in an unedited format.

Hancock makes reference to Corea's albums Piano Improvisations Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 in his introduction of Corea on this album.

Track listing

Vinyl pressing

Side one
  1. "Homecoming" (Corea) – 19:10
Side two
  1. "Ostinato" (from "Mikrokosmos for Two Pianos, Four Hands") (Béla Bartók) – 2:37
  2. "The Hook" (Corea, Hancock) – 13:15
Side three
  1. "Herbie's Intro of Chick" – 0:41
  2. "Bouquet" (Corea) – 18:13
Side four
  1. "Maiden Voyage" (Hancock) – 10:42
  2. "La Fiesta" (Corea) – 16:45

CD pressing

  1. "Homecoming" (Corea) – 19:12
  2. "Ostinato" (from "Mikrokosmos for Two Pianos, Four Hands") (Béla Bartók) – 3:02
  3. "The Hook" (Corea, Hancock) – 13:30
  4. "Bouquet" (Corea) – 19:22
  5. "Maiden Voyage" (Hancock) – 8:26
  6. "La Fiesta" (Corea) – 8:09

Personnel

  • Chick Corea - piano
  • Herbie Hancock - piano (except on "Bouquet")
  • Phill Brown – mastering
  • Fred Catero – remixing, mixing
  • Tony Cohan – liner notes
  • Jeffrey Cohen – liner notes, associate producer
  • Les D. Cooper – remote recording crew
  • Biff Dawes – remote recording crew
  • Dennis Drake – remixing, digital remastering
  • Ellie Hughes – design
  • Tom Hughes – design
  • Rory Kaplan – engineer
  • Bernie Kirsh – engineer, editing
  • Michael Manoogian – design
  • Darryl Pitt – photography
  • Seth Rothstein – liner notes, preparation, CD preparation
  • David Rubinson – producer, remixing, mixing
  • Ray Thompson – remote recording crew
  • Billy Youdelman – remote recording crew

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