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Chick Corea - The Mad Hatter (1978) [Reissue 2015]

27-05-2015, 07:51
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Chick Corea - The Mad Hatter (1978) [Reissue 2015]

Artist: Chick Corea
Title Of Album: The Mad Hatter
Year Of Release: 2015 [1978]
Label (Catalog#): Polydor Records [UCCU 90096]
Genre: Jazz, Fusion
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Time: 50:02 min
Full Size: 121 mb / 309 mb

Chick Corea - The Mad Hatter (1978) [Reissue 2015]

This post-Return to Forever Chick Corea LP is a bit of a mixed bag. Corea is heard on his many keyboards during an atmospheric "The Woods," interacts with a string section on "Tweedle Dee," features a larger band plus singer Gayle Moran on a few other songs and even welcomes fellow keyboardist Herbie Hancock for the "Mad Hatter Rhapsody." The most interesting selection, a quartet rendition of "Humpty Dumpty" with tenorman Joe Farrell set the stage for his next project, Friends. Overall, this is an interesting and generally enjoyable release.


1. The Woods 4:26
2. Tweedle Dee 1:08
3. The Trial 1:40
4. Humpty Dumpty 6:30
5. Prelude to Falling Alice 1:19
6. Falling Alice (Gayle Moran) 8:18
7. Tweedle Dum 2:51
8. Dear Alice (Gayle Moran) 13:07
9. The Mad Hatter Rhapsody 10:44

Credits :

Bass - Eddie Gomez , Jamie Faunt
Cello - Dennis Karmazyn
Drums - Harvey Mason , Steve Gadd
Engineer - Bernie Kirsh
Piano [Fender Rhodes] - Herbie Hancock
Piano, Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer [Mini-moog, Poly-moog, Moog 15, Moog Sample & Hold, Arp Odyssey], Marimba, Cymbals [Finger], Cowbell, Producer, Arranged By, Written-By - Chick Corea
Saxophone [Tenor], Flute, Flute [Piccolo] - Joe Farrell
Trombone - Ron Moss
Trumpet - John Rosenberg , John Thomas (3) , Stu Blumberg
Viola - Denyse Buffum , Mike Nowack
Violin - Charles Veal Jr. , Kenneth Yerke
Vocals - Gayle Moran

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