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No Mystery
Chick Corea & Return to Forever
No Mystery
Genres: Jazz, Pop
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: RETURN TO FOREVER Title: NO MYSTERY Street Release Date: 07/07/1987


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All Artists: Chick Corea & Return to Forever
Title: No Mystery
Members Wishing: 8
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Records
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Styles: Jazz Fusion, Modern Postbebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 042282714923, 042282714947


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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 07/07/1987

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Essential Jazz-Funk-Fusion!
W. C Donovan | Boston, MA | 11/15/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wow. This is a timeless recording by Return To Forever.The acoustic and electric guitar work of Al Di Meola (only 21 years of age when this classic was released) sends chills up my spine each time I hear it. Chick Corea, the consummate musician, is once again virtuous on the synthesizer, organ, and piano. The drums of Lenny White are tight, and the bass work of Stanley Clarke is immensely complex, yet very sonorous.This disc is a gem. To give it any less than a five-star rating is criminal. It's good to know music like this exists at an affordable price, especially in our world of hackneyed, superficial pop-music. With each listen of "No Mystery," a new level of music appreciation is procured.Brilliant stuff."
Írn Leifsson | Reykjavik Iceland. | 09/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album along with RTF Romantic Warrior is among the best of 70's fusion, all the players are incredible,Chick Corea on keyboard, Al Dimeola on guitar, Stanley Clarke on bass and Lenny White on drums, it doesn't get much better than this. I love the sound of Chick's Fender Rhodes electric piano, it sounds like a powerfull percussive bells and the sounds he get from the ARP and MOOG synthesizers are classic and of course his piano playing is incredible, the piano intro to Excerpt f.t.f.m.o.heavy metal is amazing, like a fusion of classic,ragtime and rock. This CD is full of great compositions, Stanley Clarke's Dayride is one of his better pieces a mix of funk,latin and jazz, Corea's No Mystery is so beautifull and the spanish flavored Celebration Suite is such fun to listen to and Lenny White's drum solo intro to the suite is great.All the pieces on this album are an example of a high level of virtuoso playing, the guys were young, full of fire and technique which of course they wanted to show off, but that's not all they had to offer there is a lot of thoughtfull passion going on, well crafted compositions and lively enthusiasm in the playing that is so much fun to listen to. The first fusion album I listened to was Dimeola's Casino and I fell in love with this music so I naturally looked for other albums with him and this was it, and the other three guys impressed me just as much, I just wish they had stayed together longer than they did, still most of the solo albums they did are great too.I love all kinds of music but Fusion(or Jazz Rock as it used to be called) is my all time favorite music, I can't recomend this higly enough."
Baddstuff | astoria, ny United States | 09/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I saw these guys in concert 5 times, so to say that I love this disc is a no-brainer. I was front row center at Carnegie Hall for what I believe was Al DiMeola's first show with the band, Billy Cobham was about 10 rows behind me. These guys helped usher me into the world of fusion and remain of my favorite fusion bands of all time. This disc is funky, jazzy, and just flat-out superb. 'Dayride' kicks off the proceedings and there's no looking back. This belongs in any serious fusion collection, get it!!"