Live: Complete Concert Import
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Audio, Cassette, February 25, 1992
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By now the guitar was gone, but the horn section and Stanley more than make up. The first disc is my favorite with long tracks and generally more energy. The second disc is a little more laid back, with some solos by Stanley and Chick.
My favorite tracks are Endless Night(pure bliss!!), Musician, Musicmagic and Spanish Fantasy. Endless Night could be sold by itself, it is that good!!
And here lies my subtracting a star: I don't know what the CBS production team was smoking when they decided to amputate a few tracks here. You want to take out some filler from a pop group? Fine. But these are real, live, innovative, truly gifted musicians. We might as well delete some of the "repetitive" parts in a Beethoven symphony, or shorten the third quarter of the Super Bowl. Instead of paying for two incomplete CD's, I'd have much rather spent the extra few bucks for a three-CD complete set.
That said, I am SO glad to have a pristine Musicmagic filling almost a half-hour. Surgical abuses aside, this is a brilliant evening's show.
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This and the now very hard to find to find (on CD) "Chick, Donald, Walter and Woodrow" represent Chick Corea's best writing for Big Band. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ricktpt1
WHEN I SAW THIS COLLECTION ( TWO LPS, POSTER INCLUDED ) BACK IN THOSE DAYS IN FRISCO, CALIFORNIA, TIMES WHEN TOWER OF POWER, COLD BLOOD, HERBIE HANCOCK, FREDDY
HUBBARD, EUMIR... Read more
delivery service was fine. The recording was ok - better
than the single cd version. Linear notes were adequate
for the recording
I would say this was the best live recording set up by chick corea ever.Very difference from the others RTF's materials but far better in most way (i would say). Read morePublished on December 21, 2008 by hfong
I remember when this came out. I was still disappointed that the other RTF (Chick,Stanley,Al and Lenny) broke up. Read morePublished on May 11, 2007 by Donald T. Anderson