‘Hot House’ by Gary Burton and Chick Corea is their seventh recording released on March 20, 2012 by Concord Jazz.
Track Listing : 1.Can’T We Be Friends (Paul James, Kay Swift) – 07:26 . 2.Eleanor Rigby (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney) – 07:01 . 3.Chega De Saudade (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius De Moraes) – 010:46 . 4.Time Remembered (Bill Evans) – 06:13 . 5.Hot House (Tadd Dameron) – 03:54 . 6.Strange Meadow Lark (Dave Brubeck) – 07:05 . 7.Light Blue (Thelonious Monk) – 06:04 . 8.Once I Loved (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius De Moraes) – 07:22 . 9.My Ship (Ira Gershwin, Kurt Weill) – 011:53 . 10.Mozart Goes Dancing (Chick Corea) – 07:13
Musicians : Gary Burton – Vibraphone . Chick Corea – Piano
Production : Produced By Chick Corea, Gary Burton . Greg Calbi – Mastering . Bob Cetti – Assistant Engineer . Steve Fallone – Mastering . Gloria Kaba – Mixing Assistant . Bernie Kirsch – Engineer, Mixing . Bob Mallory – Assistant Engineer
Package : Marc Bessant – Graphics . Ernest Gregory – Photography . Julie Rooney – Photography
Released On March 20, 2012 By Concord Jazz.
A remarkably lucid glissando in Dave Brubeck’s “Strange Meadow Lark” becomes a chromatic stepladder to rush downand Corea situates a significant influence within his Andalusian roots on “Mozart Goes Dancing.” This joyousness buoys the album’s spirit, even when the persistent moodiness of Corea’s chord phrasings threaten to swallow it up. […]
If your idea of a jazz song is two solo choruses sandwiched between the melody, you’ll probably want to take a pass on this CD. But if you have the patience to delve furtherand explore the interactions and chemistry between two masters, Hot House has much to offer to jazz aficionados. […]
Something about the self-consciously traditionalist mentality behind Hot House makes any such outside-the-box moments rather unlikely to find their way onto the track listing. […]