Chick Corea Discography - Discography - As Leader or Co-leader

As Leader or Co-leader

  • Tones for Joan's Bones (1966)
  • Bliss! (1968), first released as Turkish Women at the Bath (1967) under Pete La Roca's name
  • Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (1968)
  • Is (1969)
  • Sundance (1969)
  • The Song of Singing (1970)
  • Circulus (1970)
  • A.R.C. (1971)
  • Circle, Paris concert (1971)
  • Piano Improvisations Vol. 1 (1971)
  • Piano Improvisations Vol. 2 (1971)
  • Inner Space (1972)
  • Crystal Silence (1973, with Gary Burton)
  • Chick Corea (1975)
  • The Leprechaun (1976)
  • My Spanish Heart (1976)
  • The Mad Hatter (1978)
  • An Evening with Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea: In Concert (1978)
  • Secret Agent (1978)
  • Friends (1978)
  • Delphi I (1979)
  • CoreaHancock (1979)
  • Duet (1979, with Gary Burton)
  • Chick Corea & Lionel Hampton in Concert (1980, with Lionel Hampton)
  • In Concert, Zürich, October 28, 1979 (1980, with Gary Burton)
  • Delphi II & III (1980)
  • Tap Step (1980)
  • Greatest Hits of 1790 (1980, with Philharmonia Virtuosi of New York, conducted by Richard Kapp. Featured piano soloist on Mozart: "Elvira Madigan" and Beethoven: "Für Elise")
  • Live in Montreux (1981)
  • Three Quartets (1981)
  • Lyric Suite for Sextet (1982, with Gary Burton)
  • Touchstone (1982)
  • Trio Music (1982)
  • Again and Again (1983)
  • On Two Pianos (1983, with Nicolas Economou)
  • The Meeting (1983, with Friedrich Gulda)
  • Children's Songs (1984)
  • Fantasy for Two Pianos with Friedrich Gulda (1984)
  • Voyage - with Steve Kujala (1984)
  • Septet (1985)
  • The Chick Corea Elektric Band (1986)
  • Light Years (1987, with Elektric Band)
  • Trio Music Live in Europe (1987)
  • Summer Night - live (1987, with Akoustic Band)
  • Chick Corea Featuring Lionel Hampton (1988)
  • Eye of the Beholder (1988, with Elektric Band)
  • Chick Corea Akoustic Band (1989)
  • Happy Anniversary, Charlie Brown (1989)
  • Inside Out (1990, with Elektric Band)
  • Beneath the Mask (1991, with Elektric Band)
  • Alive (1991, with Akoustic Band)
  • Play (1992, with Bobby McFerrin)
  • Elektric Band II: Paint the World (1993)
  • Seabreeze (1993)
  • Expressions (1993)
  • Time Warp (1995)
  • The Mozart Sessions (1996, with Bobby McFerrin)
  • Live from Elario's (First Gig) (1996, with Elektric Band)
  • Live from Blue Note Tokyo (1996)
  • Live from the Country Club (1996)
  • From Nothing (1996)
  • Remembering Bud Powell (1997)
  • Native Sense - The New Duets (1997, with Gary Burton)
  • Live at the Blue Note (1998, with Origin)
  • A Week at the Blue Note (1998, with Origin)
  • Like Minds (1998, with Gary Burton, Pat Metheny, Roy Haynes, Dave Holland)
  • Change (1999, with Origin)
  • Corea Concerto – Spain for Sextet & Orchestra – Piano Concerto No. 1 (1999, with Origin)
  • Corea Concerto (1999)
  • Solo Piano - Originals (2000)
  • Solo Piano - Standards (2000)
  • New Trio: Past, Present & Futures (2001)
  • Rendezvous in New York (2003)
  • To the Stars (2004, with Elektric Band)
  • Rhumba Flamenco (2005)
  • The Ultimate Adventure (2006)
  • Super Trio (2006, with Steve Gadd and Christian McBride)
  • The Enchantment (2007, with Béla Fleck)
  • 5trios - 1. Dr. Joe (2007, with Antonio Sanchez, John Patitucci)
  • 5trios - 2. From Miles (2007, with Eddie Gomez, Jack DeJohnette)
  • 5trios - 3. Chillin' in Chelan (2007, with Christian McBride, Jeff Ballard)
  • 5trios - 4. The Boston Three Party (2007, with Eddie Gomez, Airto Moreira)
  • 5trios - 5. Brooklyn, Paris to Clearwater (2007, with Hadrien Feraud, Richie Barshay)
  • The New Crystal Silence (2008, with Gary Burton)
  • Five Peace Band Live (2009, with John McLaughlin)
  • Duet (2009, with Hiromi Uehara)
  • Forever (2011)
  • Further Explorations (2012) with Eddie Gomez and Paul Motian
  • Hot House (2012) with Gary Burton

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