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No Mystery (1975) is the fifth studio album by jazz-rock fusion band Return to Forever.
All members of the group contributed compositions to this album. Side A contains heavily funk-influenced material composed by each member of the group, whereas Side B is filled by Chick Corea compositions. Chick Corea won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Individual or Group Grammy Award in 1975 for this album. "Flight of the Newborn" is Di Meola's first recorded composition. Di Meola's solos are an early example of shredding.
Stanley Clarke would later re-record "Dayride" with background vocals for his solo album Modern Man released in 1978.
- "Dayride" (Clarke) – 3:25
- "Jungle Waterfall" (Corea, Clarke) – 3:03
- "Flight of the Newborn" (Di Meola) – 7:23
- "Sofistifunk" (White) – 3:51
- "Excerpt from the First Movement of Heavy Metal" (Corea, Clarke, White, Di Meola) – 2:45
- "No Mystery" (Corea) – 6:10
- "Interplay" (Corea, Clarke) – 2:15
- "Celebration Suite part I" (Corea) – 8:27
- "Celebration Suite part II" (Corea) – 5:32
- Chick Corea – acoustic piano, electric piano, clavinet, Yamaha organ, synthesizers, snare drum, marimba, vocals
- Stanley Clarke – electric bass, acoustic bass, Yamaha organ, synthesizer, vocals
- Lenny White – drums, percussion, congas, marimba
- Al Di Meola – electric guitar, acoustic guitar
- Shelly Yakus – engineer
- Tom Rabstenek – mastering
- Bill Levy – cover art direction