Change is the first studio recording of the acoustic jazz sextet Origin featuring Chick Corea on piano. The sextet is unchanged except for Jeff Ballard replacing Adam Cruz on drums. The album was released on Rykodisc on June 8, 1999. Wigwam" (Corea) – 6:56. Armando's Tango" – 5:54. Little Flamenco" – 6:42. Early Afternoon Blues" – 6:37. Before Your Eyes" – 5:08. Night (Lyla)" (Cohen) – 3:02.
Following the massive live outpouring of music that marked the debut of Corea's band Origin, this studio album begins to fulfill some of the sextet's possibilities; hence, the completely appropriate title. The front line is unchanged from the live albums (Steve Wilson and Bob Sheppard on reeds and flutes, Steve Davis on trombone), Avishai Cohen remains on bass, and Jeff Ballard replaces Adam Cruz on drums.
Chick Corea & Origin (12) – Change. Label: Stretch Records – SCD-9023-2. Country: US. Released: 1999. Piano, Marimba, Producer, Mixed By – Chick Corea. Recorded By, Mixed By – Bernie Kirsh. Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Steve Wilson (2). Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute – Bob Sheppard. Trombone – Steve Davis (7). Written-By – Chick Corea (tracks: 1 to 9, 11). Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Chick Corea & Origin: Change by David Adler, published on September 1, 1999. If you dig Chick Corea but haven’t yet heard Origin, run - don’t walk - and pick up this record. And pick up their debut record from last year while you’re at it. It’s the most exciting stuff Chick has done in years. His bandmates in Origin are primarily young, up-and-coming, straight-ahead jazz musicians. And that’s refreshing. Origin’s music is not a mere showcase for hotshot soloists. Chick’s last acoustic jazz outing, his Bud Powell tribute band, was wonderful. But in the final analysis, it was a handful of amazing, famous players getting together and playing Bud Powell tunes
The second studio album recorded by Corea and his sextet, Origin, Change is heavier on Corea's own compositions than was the group's Live at the Blue Note single-CD debut or expanded Week at the Blue Note six-CD box set, and the aural evidence is that the pianist has found a wellspring of inspiration in the group's company. The sextet Origin is far beyond a second coming for Chick Corea. This man's on his eighth or ninth self-reinvention by now, 35 years since his Latin-dance-band start. More power to him: After stints with his Elektric and Akoustic bands, heavily fuzionoid and light-as-a-feather circles, he's emerged as an elegant composer of intricate, romantic ensemble works, the leader of a youth-tipped band that displays fierce musicality and welcomed nuance, and a committed jazz pianist with few remaining peers.
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