Wallace Roney is one of the great trumpet artists of his time — or any other time, for that matter. He and Chick talk about their mutual mentor, Miles Davis, and what it truly means to improvise.
Chick & Gary Burton’s Grammy-winning duet is one of the most enduring in music. Now, they get together to talk about where it all started — walking with legends in 1960s New York City.
Return to Forever founder Chick Corea talks with bassist supreme, Stanley Clarke — about coming up in the ’60s, the Coltrane revelation and their favorite subject — music.
Chick and Béla Fleck dig deep on the connections between bluegrass and jazz — and Chick reveals his true feeling about the banjo.
A special episode captured at Electric Lady Studios in NYC: Chick and John Mayer discover common passions that drive their musical creativity.
When Chick needed a bass player for The Vigil, he asked Stanley Clarke for a recommendation. Stanley didn’t hesitate: “Carlitos.”
These roots couldn’t go much deeper: Marcus’ grandfather, the great Roy Haynes, played on Chick’s first classic trio album, Now He Sings, Now He Sobs.
Tim and Chick dig into the fascinating sessions for the new critically-acclaimed album The Vigil, and take a look at their place in the “Third Stream” movement.