He seemed to tour incessantly over the decades as well as releasing dozens of albums. He moved effortlessly between genres, between acoustic and electric, to trios and solo gigs, jazz to classical to folk and beyond. In the early 1970s, Corea embraced Scientology and never abandoned his belief in the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard. Above all, he was a dazzling pianist, technically one of the finest over the past six decades. There have been many tributes since the news of his passing and more to follow. True, his music lives on, his attention to detail, to his love for interaction, for melody and rhythm, for the joy of playing might be equalled but never surpassed. While Chick Corea undoubtedly had more music in him, he has left a legacy for all to endlessly explore.
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Here's a live version of "Crystal Silence" with Gary Burton: