Grammy Winning Albums

Hot House (2012)

2 GRAMMYS
Best Instrumental Composition Grammy Winner
Best Improvised Jazz Solo Grammy Winner
Chick & Gary Burton explore ten unique standards, from eight legendary composers—from Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans to Lennon & McCartney — plus, Chick’s new composition “Mozart Goes Dancing.”

Forever (2011)

2 GRAMMYS!
Best Jazz Instrumental Album Grammy Winner
Best Improvised Jazz Solo Grammy Winner
Chick, Stanley Clarke & Lenny White — the rhythmic backbone of Return to Forever — play unplugged RTF tunes and reinvented standards. The bonus disc adds Chaka Khan, Jean-Luc Ponty and original RTF guitarist Bill Connors.

Five Peace Band Live (2009)

Best Jazz Instrumental Album Grammy Winner
Chick and John McLaughlin — both veterans of Miles’ pioneering electric groups — push the boundaries of plugged-in jazz on this set.

The New Crystal Silence (2008)

Best Jazz Instrumental Album Grammy Winner
The Corea-Burton duo enters its 35th year with two triumphant discs: with the the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and in their classic duet format.

The Ultimate Adventure (2006)

2 GRAMMYS!
Best Instrumental Arrangement Grammy Winner
Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
Featuring some of Chick’s most ambitious compositions and adventurous playing, with all-star guests, The Ultimate Adventure is a pure epic.

Rendezvous in New York (2003)

Best Jazz Instrumental Solo Grammy Winner
For is 60th birthday celebration, Chick held a series of unprecedented shows, featuring a gallery of jazz greats unlike any assembled before.

Corea Concerto (1999)

Best Instrumental Arrangement Grammy Winner
Chick offers his first full-scale concerto, performed by the peerless London Philharmonic Orchestra — plus a tremendous new orchestral arrangement of the classic “Spain.”

Native Sense: The New Duets (1997)

2 GRAMMYS!
Best Jazz Instrumental Performance Grammy Winner
Best Instrumental Solo Grammy Winner
At the 25th anniversary of their collaboration, Chick and Gary Burton’s duet is legendary: with this set, they prove to be one of the most durable jazz combos ever.

The Chick Corea Akoustic Band (1989)

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
Elektric Band veterans John Patitucci and Dave Weckl join Chick for a trailblazing acoustic outing, swinging through Gershwin, Porter and modern Corea classics.

In Concert, Zurich, October 28, 1979 (1980)

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
Corea and Burton — already seven years into their legendary partnership — put all of their stunning chemistry into this Grammy-winning live album.

Duet (1979)

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
Chick and Gary Burton offer a stunning new chapter in their ongoing collaboration, with the Grammy-winning ECM date Duet, featuring new compositions from Chick.

Friends (1978)

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
Chick assembles a band of luminaries — Joe Farrell, Eddie Gomez and Steve Gadd — for eight of his originals. The music is forward-thinking and pure fun.

The Leprechaun (1976)

2 GRAMMYS!
Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
Best Arrangement of an Instrumental Recording Grammy Winner
Chick creates a new universe of music: a gorgeous acoustic and electric explorations of the possibilities of jazz, featuring the masterly vocals of Gayle Moran.

No Mystery (1975)

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Grammy Winner
No Mystery is a triumph: an unstoppable sequence of now-classic jazz-rock tunes, played with total commitment by true masters.