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Return to Forever performs "Sorceress" for the Old Grey Whistle Test studio audience in 1976.

Return to Forever:

Chick Corea: Piano, Synth, Clavinet
Stanley Clarke: Double Bass, Bass Guitar
Al Di Meola: Guitar
Lenny White: Drums

In 1971 Chick formed the incredible band Return to Forever which first featured Flora Purim, Joe Farrell and Airto Moreira. In 1972 he recorded the album ‘Captain Marvel’ with many of his own band’s tunes for an album under Stan Getz’ name with Stanley Clark and Tony Williams. Return to Forever would evolve and become Corea with Clarke, Bill Conners and Lenny White before Al Di Meola replaced Connors on guitar. In 1972 they released the album ‘Light as a Feather’ which featured quite possibly Chick’s most famous tune, Spain



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