4 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It's only natural that, following his stint in Miles Davis' dark and mysterious electric outfit, keyboardist Chick Corea would make a smooth, sunny about-face with his first Return to Forever lineup. Brazilian singer Flora Purim and drumming hubby Airto Moreira brought a tropical tinge to Corea's influential 1972 fusion classic, propelling the samba groove of "What Game Shall We Play Today," the Mexican-flamenco verve of "Sometime Ago - La Fiesta," and the reflective pleasures of everything else, with Corea bobbing benignly overhead on electric piano.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It's only natural that, following his stint in Miles Davis' dark and mysterious electric outfit, keyboardist Chick Corea would make a smooth, sunny about-face with his first Return to Forever lineup. Brazilian singer Flora Purim and drumming hubby Airto Moreira brought a tropical tinge to Corea's influential 1972 fusion classic, propelling the samba groove of "What Game Shall We Play Today," the Mexican-flamenco verve of "Sometime Ago - La Fiesta," and the reflective pleasures of everything else, with Corea bobbing benignly overhead on electric piano.

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